Three photos made from television show a fan being punched by
Nebraska holder Kellen Huston after Missouri beat the Huskers,
41-24. Matthew Scott, 21, of Lee's Summit, Mo., claimed Tuesday he
was the person assaulted by the player Saturday in Columbia, Mo.
Free State High's Scott Schumaker (10) battles Shawnee Mission
West's Nate Hirt (9) for possession. The Vikings, ranked ninth in
the nation, beat the Firebirds, 5-1, Tuesday at FSHS.
Free State's Katelin Karlin, left, and Kristin Baker sky for a
block during the Free State quadrangular. The Firebirds went 1-2 on
Senior Night Tuesday at the FSHS gym.
Lawrence High's Sydney Wilson putts during a Class 6-5A girls golf
regional. Wilson won the regional title Tuesday at Eagle Bend Golf
Lawrence High sophomore Sydney Wilson drives the ball during the
Class 6-5A regional. Wilson won the regional after posting a score
of 80 Tuesday at Eagle Bend Golf Course. LHS was the regional host.
New York yankees pitcher David Wells is pumped up after striking
out Boston's Nomar Garciaparra to end the third inning. The Yankees
beat the Red Sox, 4-2, Tuesday in Boston, taking a 3-2 lead in the
AL championship series.
Cubs left fielder Moises Alou reacts after reaching unsuccessfully
into the stands for a foul ball. The Cubs were unable to get a
fan-interference call, and the play was key in Florida's eight-run
eighth inning. The Marlins won, 8-3, Tuesday night at Wrigley Field
in Chicago to even the NL championship series at three games
Chicago Cubs left fielder Moises Alou leaps for a foul ball as a
fan interferes during the eighth inning against Florida. The
Marlins scored eight runs in the inning en route to a 8-3 win
Tuesday in Chicago, forcing a decisive Game 7 in the NL
Kansas City's Jerome Woods, left, chases Philadelphia running back
Duce Staley in this file photo. Kansas City's veteran free safety
has returned after suffering a broken leg in a preseason game in
U.S Army soldiers secure the area around the Turkish Embassy in
Baghdad after a car bomb exploded at the gates of the embassy.
Tuesday's bombing killed two people, including the driver, and
China's first manned spacecraft, Shenzhou 5, lifts off at the
Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu
Province. Early today, China became the third country in history to
launch a manned spacecraft.
Staff member Jennifer Crow and Gov. Kathleen Sebelius leave the
governor's office on the way to a scheduled event.
Organist Sabin Levi will be one of eight participants in Israel's
first International Organ Festival next month. Levi says he hopes
to help popularize organ music in a country that has had little
exposure to it.
Kansas University students pass Lawrence-Douglas County Fire &
Medical vehicles outside Malott Hall on the KU campus. A laboratory
in the building was evacuated Tuesday morning after two students
lost consciousness and a third became ill within five minutes.
Jay Harrington, left, and Rena Sofer appear in a scene from NBC's
"Coupling." The racy new sitcom airs at 8:30 p.m. Thursdays on NBC,
Sunflower Broadband Channels 8 and 14.
Dave Robenolt works on a glass bowl at the Steuben Glass factory
inside the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y. Steuben is the
only luxury lead crystal still handcrafted in the United States.
The firm has been in business for 100 years.
A piece called Arctic Fisherman by James Houston sells for $4,700
and is on display at the Steuben Glass store inside the Corning
Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y.
Harold Gross, fine arts engraver, uses a copper wheel to engrave a
piece commissioned by the White House as a gift of state. Gross
worked on the piece Sept. 18 at the Steuben Glass factory inside
the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y. Steuben is the only
luxury lead crystal still handcrafted in the United States.
Officials in hazardous material suits examine evidence outside the
Docking State Office Building in downtown Topeka. The 2,050 people
who work in the building were evacuated Tuesday after an odor
sickened four workers.
Investigators search for evidence after two bombs exploded in front
of the Chiron Corp. building in Emeryville, Calif., in this Aug. 28
file photo. A growing militant movement opposed to genetic
engineering in agriculture and medicine is turning to violent and
Tim Quillin, left, chef de cuisine, and Richard Garcia, sous chef,
use locally-grown vegetables to prepare a dish at the Community
Mercantile Co-op in Lawrence. Employees at the Mercantile support
the Slow Food organization which is devoted to the celebration of
culinary traditions and the pleasures of eating.
Leo Smith takes photographs of his wife, Tonya Shaughnessy, and their son, Aden Coy Smith, at Buford M. Watson Jr. Park. The family just moved to Lawrence from Colorado. Sunshine is expected today.
The Free State High School varsity cheerleaders pose for a group shot. Freddie the Firebird, Hamilton Lewis, stands in back. Back row, from left, are Brittany Maynard, Nicole Filian, Liane Crabb, Cambry McNabb, Lauren Studley, Liz Brandt and Tiffany Peterson. Middle row, from left, are Laurent Lewis, Candice Cesare, Lacey Baxter, Abbey Perkins, Emmie Caplan, Kim Baker and Sam Poholsky. Front row, from left, are Erin Berner, Amanda Cromer, Micah Clark, Bonny Burke and Kamesha Moore. The FSHS Spirit Squad Booster Club submitted the picture.