Henry Morland, 2, takes a peek under the poll curtain to watch his
mother, Kristin Morland, Lawrence, vote. At right is Henry's
father, Timothy Morland. The Morlands were voting Tuesday at New
York Elementary School.
Arizona's Randy Johnson looks toward home plate before being pulled
after giving up nine hits and five runs. It was his first
opening-day loss since 1992, as the D-Backs lost to the Dodgers,
8-0, Monday at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter grimaces after he collided with
Toronto catcher Ken Huckaby at third base. New York beat the Blue
Jays, 8-4, Tuesday in Toronto, but the Yankees' All-Star suffered a
dislocated shoulder on the play.
Lorelei Doud, a Free State High School junior, feeds formula to a
baby cottontail rabbit at Operation WildLife. Doud has volunteered
at the animal rehabilitation facility since she was in seventh
grade. Regulations no longer permit volunteers at the organization
until they are 16.
Lindsey Helmick, a sophomore at Free State High School, collects
aluminum cans from Southwest Junior High School and contributes the
proceeds to Habitat for Humanity. While youths can't build Habitat
housing until they are 18, Helmick found another way to help the
An unidentified Oakland County Sheriff's deputy inspects the broken
window through which some parishioners escaped from St. Paul's
Albanian Catholic Church during a shooting Sunday in Rochester
Hills, Mich. Witnesses said a man apparently approached the victim
from behind and fatally shot him from about 3 or 4 feet away during
The Kmart store on South Iowa Street will close by April 30. Jodi
Belpedio of Rubenstein Real Estate Co. said Monday that the company
planned to redevelop the 117,000-square-foot building into three or
four smaller spaces of 20,000 or 30,000 square feet.
Thousands of Egyptian demonstrators shout anti-U.S. and British
slogans as they carry effigies representing the United States and
Britain during a protest in Cairo. Egypt's president on Monday
warned of a rise in Islamic militancy in reaction to the U.S.-led
war on Iraq. "If there is one bin Laden now, there will be 100 bin
Ladens afterward," President Hosni Mubarak said.
Bobby Goins, office manager for a building at Seventh and
Massachusetts streets, washes down the sidewalk in front of a
building hit with antiwar graffitti. Several businesses downtown
discovered similar vandalism Monday.
Reporter Peter Arnett is shown on Iraqi television in this frame
shot from CNN. Arnett, covering the war from Baghdad for NBC, was
fired by the network Monday but hired by a British tabloid.
According to a recent survey, more than half of Kansas University's
female students think there should be more campus emergency phones
LakeView Manor Executive Director Richard Boswell pushes manor
resident Jean Mumford down the hallway to the home's commons area.
Boswell is working to turn the manor around after years of
Harold Barnes, a maintenance employee for Douglas County, prepares
for today's election at Hillcrest School. Lawrence school board and
City Commission members will be elected, and a $59 million school
bond issue is at stake, too.
Mark Marks, a Lawrence veterinarian, will leave this week to join
his Army Reserve unit. He was notified Monday about the unit's
activation, which may include service in the Persian Gulf.
U.S. Marines from the 15th Expeditionary Unit search an Iraqi
military base in the desert near the southern city of Nasiriyah.
Much of Monday's fighting occurred south of Baghdad, where American
forces are gathering strength for the push toward the capital.
Kansas University's Ryan Knippschild delivers a pitch. The Jayhawks
beat Oklahoma State, 10-8, Monday at Hoglund Ballpark.
From left, Meredith Mayo, Free State High; Janie Schneider, Seabury
Academy; and Lindsay Garito, Lawrence High, will lead their soccer
squads this spring.
A b-2 bomber flies over Kauffman Stadium before the start of the
Royals' home opener against the Chicago White Sox. A sellout crowd
of 40,302 attended the game.
Royals right fielder Brandon Berger makes an acrobatic catch on a
fly ball hit by the Chicago White Sox's Magglio Ordonez. Runelvys
Hernandez combined with two relievers on a three-hit shutout in a
3-0 victory Monday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.