Laurie Steger holding her grandaughter Leah Christine Steger on her day of birth, February 14th (Valetine's Day). Leah is the daughter of Tim & Caysha Steger of Overland Park, KS.
3-month old Bradley Kelton endured several wardrobe changes and countless snapshots on Valentine's Day. His mother thinks this shot made it all worthwhile.
Being a KU fan yet living in Central MO - Not easy! Experiencing a Jayhawk win over MU- PRICELESS! Debbie, with newphew, Adam. He has been to AFH previously I had not. Great experience and one to remember.
Deb's 1st visit to Allen Fieldhouse. What an awesome game against MU and experience. This KS girl will never forget!
Robin Ice samples the fare while preparing another tailgate feast for the Iowas State game.
Sandra, Coleman and Adam File celebrate another KU victory after the Iowa State game.
No tailgate was complete without these spirited KU fans!
Home for the holidays! KU Alums, Coleman File (New York) and Bix Ellenbecker, Washington D.C.) enjoyed tailgating with their cousins at the Iowa State game while home for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Also pictured, Shea Scanlon, Hallie Pierce '05, Sydney Ice, and Adam File.
Kansas doing the slide before the Oklahoma game. The 'Hawks won, 59-58
Team manager Justin Bauman with twin sisters Anne and Audra, and family friend Kaleb Miller. All from Illinois and all the biggest KU fans in the state! Taken Jan. 24th at the Iowa State game.
Darnell and I after his awesome game against Iowa State!
Construction continues on the Biosecurity Research Institute, a $54 million facility at Kansas State University that will be used to study known and emerging plant and animal diseases. The institute also will house laboratories that can be used to analyze and respond to potential bioterror threats.
Aubry Brooks, left, her son, Kenneth Scott Brooks, 11 months, and cousin, Chase Michael Scruggs, 5, play the keyboard together. Chase is the son of Katie Scruggs, Eudora, and the grandson of Mike and Cathy Scruggs, Lawrence. Kenneth is the grandson of Margaret Folks, and Brad and Kim Brooks, all of Eudora. Both boys are the great-grandsons of Patricia Hopper, Eudora, who submitted the picture.
Kansas State's Twiggy McIntyre, left, drives around Oklahoma's Erin Higgins. The Sooners won, 78-64, Tuesday in Manhattan.
Connecticut's Hilton Armstrong takes aim at the basket as Notre Dame's Rick Cornett tries to block his shot. Armstrong hit the game-winning free throws in overtime, sealing the Huskies' 75-74 victory Tuesday in Hartford, Conn.
Sasha Cohen competes in the short program. Cohen led the women's figure skating Tuesday in Turin, Italy.
Louisville's David Padgett, left, is pressured by Syracuse's Terrence Roberts (33) and Darryl Watkins during Saturday's game in Syracuse, N.Y. Louisville announced Tuesday that Padgett would miss the rest of the season because of a knee injury.
A vendor reads a newspaper with its front page showing Bosnian Serb war crimes fugitive Gen. Ratko Mladic, at his newsstand in the Serbian capital, Belgrade. Mladic, charged with genocide for some of the worst atrocities of the Bosnian war, has been located and authorities are negotiating his surrender, senior state security officials said Tuesday. The headline reads "Mladic surrounded."
A freighter travels on the Delaware River through the city of Philadelphia. President Bush said Tuesday that a deal allowing an Arab company to take over six major U.S. seaports, including Philadelphia, should go forward and that he would veto any congressional effort to stop it.
Jon Stewart, host of the "Daily Show" will host this year's Academy Awards telecast on March 5.
An injured Iraqi girl sits on a bed in Yarmouk hospital in Baghdad following an explosion at an outdoor market in a Shiite area of southwestern Baghdad, killing 22 people and injuring 28, police said. Tuesday's attack appeared to be the deadliest car bombing against civilians in the capital in weeks.
Planned Parenthood advocates who support a woman's right to an abortion march in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in July. Justices have agreed to consider reinstating a ban on late-term abortions.
A traditional breakfast staple, the pancake traces its origins back thousands of years. One of the earliest known pancake meals dates back to the fourth century B.C. in China, where pancakes made from millet meal or wheat flour were common due to their relatively short cooking time.
Central and West shake hands after the completion of the last game in Duver Gym on Feb. 9. Central upset the Warhawks to win the last game of the regular season.
Warhawk Grahm Saunders goes up against Central's Jack Sanner Feb. 9 at Central Junior High. Central won the game 57-48.
11U Force goalie Jeffrey Mekus saves a goal with help from teammate Tanner Williams against the Sport, a team from Owensboro, Kentucky. The match was played at the Super F Championship Cup-National Championship at the Tomahawk Sports Dome in Kansas City on Saturday. The Force went on to win the match 7-4.