Hail that fell Friday morning in west Lawrence during a fast-moving storm.
Jesse Fray/Journal-World Photo. John Spatz, Lincoln city councilman.
Jesse Fray/Journal-World Photo. Tom Casady, Lincoln, Neb., police chief, and Linda Major, assistant to the vice chancellor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, are the two leading forces behind the community's efforts to curb high-risk drinking among college-age students.
Tom Casady, Lincoln, Neb., police chief (pictured), and Linda Major, assistant to the vice chancellor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, are the two leading forces behind the community's efforts to curb high-risk drinking among college-age students.
Jesse Fray/Journal-World Photo. Jessica Greer
A sign hangs inside one Downtown Lincoln bar in this file photo from March. Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson Thursday halted the implementation of a policy that would raise prices on alcohol.
Jesse Fray/Journal-World Photo. Brendon Henning.
University, law enforcement and community efforts to curb high-risk drinking among college-age students are showing results in Lincoln.
Despite cheap drink prices in Lincoln, bar owners say they do their part to prohibit college students from over-indulging.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln senior Matt Pederson looks over a map of the university's 32 Greek living units on campus with Linda Schwartzkopf, the university's director of Greek affairs. All fraternities and sororities at UNL have agreed to follow the university's no alcohol rules, which they say has resulted in cleaner and safer living conditions.
Lincoln Police Sgt. Jason Goodwin jokes with college-age bar-goers as he conducts routine patrols to make sure those already intoxicated aren’t being served additional alcohol.
Southeast Lincoln High School sophomore Jessica Greer, sophomore Brendon Henning and principal Pat Hunter-Pirtle walk through the school's hallways. Lincoln public schools encourage good behavior in students, including dealing with alcohol.
Jesse Fray/Journal-World Photo. Lincoln project.
City leaders are trying to address the problem of drink prices in Lincoln, Neb., where the police chief says you can get drunk for just $10. Owners of bars like this one in the college town can receive a tavern violation if they serve alcohol to people who are already intoxicated.
A yellow danger sign at the edge of the property said county officials had deemed the building unsafe for anyone to occupy or live inside.
Douglas County Sheriff's deputies and other area law enforcement agencies man a barricade on N 1500 Road east of Lawrece Wednesday afternoon. In addition to numerous law enforcement officers, a mobile command post was also on the scene. There was no additional information available as of Wednesday afternoon.
This sedan collided with a tanker truck carrying liquid nitrogen at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and County Road 460. U.S. 59 was closed for several hours Monday as crews cleaned up the accident site.
Sarah Klebenstein and her neighbor Donald Haime stand outside Klebenstein’s mobile home in Eudora. The home was damaged early Tuesday by a fire, which was largely confined to the exterior of the structure.
Rescue crews work to help a man from the water at Bismarck Lake north of Lawrence on Thursday afternoon.