Kansas' Tim Bowers put SMU's Colin Vadheim on his butt after a partially blocked punt. Photo by Earl Richardson
The Kansas University chancellor’s residence, The Outlook, is undergoing exterior painting and repair this summer, including roof and gutter repairs, removal of lead paint, priming and painting of wood trim, replacement of wood trim and partial replacement of wood railing. According to KU, the 104-year-old home at 1532 Lilac Lane was originally built by Lawrence banker Jabez B. Watkins and his wife, Elizabeth Miller Watkins. It is now the residence of Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little and her husband, Shade Little.
With grape harvest coming in the next two weeks, Megan Birdsey trims vines around Fredonia grapes at Davenport Winery and Orchard at 1394 East 1900 Road in Eudora on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
From left, Shelly Moore and her daughter Allayna, 9, of the Palmyra 4-H Club, walked a pair of hogs on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Formerly a Douglas County 4-H member and now a judge, Mary Muckey, left, judges a chicken owned by Keaton Holding of he Eudora 4-H Club on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at the Douglas County Fair.
Judge Martha Gabe-Hart, of Auburn, looks at a quilt's stitching on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at the Douglas County Fair.
A judge since 1973, Lyle Turner, of Ottawa, looks over some potatoes on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Cindy Williams, a K-State Research and Extension Meadowlark District agent, used a flashlight to get a better look at some preserves as she judged canned goods at the Douglas County Fair on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
Joann Gannon, a cookie tasting judge, reaches for a sample at the Douglas County Fair, Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
Craig Moeckly, of Lawrence, enters his pecan pie for judging as his children from left, Henery, Morgan and Lane watch on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Jessica Berg, 5, of Lawrence lifts a shovel full of wood chips as she cleans out her pig's pen at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, July 16, 2016.
Pete Neis, 8, of the Eudora 4-H Club, lets his lamb give a lick to his sister Taylor Neis 10, also of the Eudora 4-H Club, as she stands behind a lamb cutout on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
A Kansas Highway Patrol Helicopter circles the area of the Monday manhunt.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper stands guard near East 1250 and North 2000 roads north of Lawrence during a Monday manhunt for a suspect who fled a sheriff's deputy in a stolen car.
Kuria Suzuki, 17, of Hiratsuka, Japan, gets a handle on a fire hose with help from Lawrence firefighter Brendon Crain on Monday outside the Lawrence Visitor Information Center. Sixteen residents from Hiratsuka, which is one of Lawrence’s sister cities, are in town visiting for 10 days.
Elijah Pahls, 11, left, and his brother Samuel Pahls, 4, both of Gardner, pose for a picture in front of row of historical Jayhawks on Saturday in the DeBruce Center.
Jack Larsen, 7, of Lawrence, sports a Jayhawk balloon hat at the grand opening of Kansas University's Debruce Center, held Saturday, July 23, 2016.
A commons and dining area is full of visitors during a grand opening event Saturday at Kansas University's DeBruce Center.
Visitors check out a larger-than-life display of Wilt Chamberlain on Saturday during a grand opening event for Kansas University's new DeBruce Center. The center houses James Naismith's original rules of "Basket Ball" and other displays celebrating KU's basketball history.
Vinland Valley 4-H Club member Cody Newell was the only participant to enter a mule in the 4-H horse show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 23, 2016.