Pittsburgh manager Lloyd McClendon, right, argues with home-plate
umpire Larry Young after McClendon was ejected for questioning
Young's ball and strike calls. The Pirates lost to the Dodgers, 9-7
in 14 innings, Sunday in Los Angeles.
Cleveland's Jody Gerut is safe at home after Baltimore catcher Javy
Lopez, not shown, dropped the ball during the fourth inning. The
Indians fell to the Orioles, 12-11, Sunday in Baltimore.
Winner Joey Sindelar attempts a birdie putt on the second hole of
sudden-death playoff against Arron Oberholser. Sindelar won the
Wachovia Championship on Sunday in Charlotte, N.C.
Los Angeles H-Squad's Rashad Austin puts up a shot over Texas Top
Prospects' Jeremy Butler during the first half. The H-Squad won the
Sport 2 Sport/Jayhawk Invitational championship game, 85-69, Sunday
afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas University third baseman Sandy Smith throws to first for a
force out against Iowa State. The Jayhawks won their Senior Day
game, 3-1, Sunday afternoon at Arrocha Ballpark. KU's Destiny
Frankenstien, right, backs up the play.
Kansas University senior softball players, seated from left, Kara
Pierce, Sylvia Pfeiffer, Leah Mountain, Sandy Smith, Mel Wallach,
and Dani May participate in Senior Day festivities with their
parents. The Jayhawks were honored prior to a 3-1 victory Sunday
over Iowa State at Arrocha Ballpark.
Comedians Alan King, left, and Henny Youngman pretend to smooch a
bust of George Burns at the Friars Club in New York in this file
photo of Jan. 16, 1992. King, who built a long comedy career in
nightclubs and television that he later expanded to character
acting on the silver screen, died Sunday in New York. He was 76.
People run seconds after an explosion tore through a stadium in the
Chechen capital where they were attending Victory Day observances.
Sunday's explosion happened underneath a VIP-seating area during a
ceremony attended by senior Chechen officials at the Dynamo stadium
in Grozny. At least 24 people were killed, including Chechen
President Akhmad Kadyrov.
Doug Hoffman, of Olathe, maneuvers a four-string kite at last
year's Kite Festival.
A male prairie chicken takes to the air after sparring with another
prairie chicken in a pasture west of Washington.
Birdwatcher Alexis Powell looks for prairie chickens just north of
Globe. Powell has seen the prairie chicken population in the area
decline significantly over the last several years, and apparently
Steve Munch, who recently took over as student body president at
Kansas University, plans to push forward building projects.
Unidentified U.S. soldiers and dogs surround an Iraqi detainee in
this photo, obtained by The New Yorker, said to be taken in
December 2003, at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad, Iraq.
Lawrence High School senior Karen Bentley rings an old church bell
after it was unveiled at the school. The bell was rededicated
Sunday in its more prominent display area at LHS.
Security has become a hot topic around the Douglas County Judicial
& Law Enforcement Center, sparked last week after a defendant
pulled a small knife in court. The judicial center doesn't have a
permanent metal detector or X-ray machine at the entrance. Douglas
County Sheriff's Officers Ken Fangohr, left, and Robert Berryman,
center, secure inmates who have just finished court appearances as
Lawrence Police Officer Max Miller looks on.
Robin Jordan, Lawrence, Kansas Public Radio corporate development director, places canned goods in boxes during the National Association of Letter Carriers' 12th annual food drive. Jordon worked Saturday at the main post office, 645 Vt. About 19,000 pounds of canned and dried food were picked up by postal workers in Lawrence, officials said Sunday. The food is distributed among five local food bank agencies.
Kansas University seniors Jayme A. Aschemeyer, left, from Aurora, Colo., and Sean Pauzauski, right, from Topeka, meet U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore and Gov. Kathleen Sebelius. The four attended a Democratic fund-raising event March 5 in Topeka. Aschemeyer submitted the photo.