Few donors gave blood Tuesday at the Community Blood Center, 535
Gateway Drive. Here, Sarah Mozykowski checks the only donation as
Kansas State's Matt Siebrandt, left, shoots over Missouri's Johnnie
Parker on Tuesday. Siebrandt scored 20 points in KSU's 80-59 win.
Clearing and Construction have begun at the site of the 1913
Chicken Creek stone bridge on East 850 Road, where a restoration
project will repair the stone arch bridge and create a park nearby.
Tuesday, employees with J&J Contractors, Iola, worked in the
Lindsay Davenport returns a shot during the Australian Open.
Davenport claimed a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 victory over Greta Arn today in
the second round.
Toronto's Morris Peterson, right, dives on the ball after stealing
it from Houston's Steve Francis. The Rockets won, 114-99, on
Tuesday in Houston.
Lawrence High's Adam Whelan, left, battles Free State's Dain
Morris. Whelan pinned Morris in the 135-pound match Tuesday night
Dave Winfield discusses his election into baseball's Hall of Fame
during a news conference Tuesday in Los Angeles.
A resident of Los Amates, El Salvador, looks over the earthquake
destruction in his neighborhood. Saturday's earthquake killed more
than 600 people and left thousands homeless.
Attorney General-designate John Ashcroft takes the oath at his
confirmation hearing Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001 on Capitol Hill in
The 10th anniversary of the Gulf War brings back vivid memories for
Mark Johnson, Eudora, a former Green Beret, now a motivational
speaker who owns his own company. Johnson earned the Bronze Star
for helping rescue wounded Egyptian soldiers from a minefield.
Protests against United Nations economic sanctions against Iraq
continue outside the U.S. Mission to the U.N. Tuesday, the eve of
the 10th anniversary of the Gulf War, found Phil Runkel of
Milwaukee, Wis., among the protesters.
Kansas Lottery director Ed Van Petten, standing, answers questions
during a meeting Tuesday of the Senate Federal and State Affairs
Committee. Van Petten is scheduled to testify before the House and
Senate committees today.
Martha Sandoval, filed a lawsuit in 1997 challenging the English
only driver's license test, is seen June 4, 1998, in Mobile, Ala.
President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Laurent Kabila
leaves the Elephant Hills Hotel in Zimbabwean resort town of
Victoria Falls on Aug. 8, 1998.
Pamela Dale, who sings with the San Francisco Opera, is one of many
performers from New York to Seattle who have filed workers'
compensation claims complaining of respiratory problems, throat
irritation and other ailments that they blame on theatrical fog.
FedEx is delivering a big contract to Europe-based Air France.
Tuesday, Fedex Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Frederick
Smith, left, announced FedEx would buy 10 Airbus A380 airplanes in
a multibillion-dollar deal. Here, Smith notes his company's logo on
aa A380 model during a meeting at the National Press Club in
Washington. Airbus Chairman Noel Forgeard is at right.
Catfish Pan-Seared With Brown Butter, Prosciutto, Lemon, Almonds
and Capers on Black Olive Toast is quick to make. It has a
sophisticated blend of flavors and presentation, but you can get it
on the table in about half an hour.
The first day of spring classes at Kansas University finds sophomore Katie Hinkle, left, trying to get permission to enroll in a photography class from design instructor Luke Jordan. The two discussed her enrollment Tuesday afternoon in the Art and Design building.
Not all of the emotion in a wrestling match takes place on the mat. Tuesday, members of the Lawrence High wrestling team are full of emotion as they cheer on a teammate during a match against Free State High. See story page 1C.