Forward James Gist, center, tries to get away from Ohio's Justin Orr (25) and Michael Allen (3) during the first half of Ohio's shocking victory over Maryland on Wednesday in College Park, Md.
Hartford's Michael Turner, left, fouls Villanova's Scottie Reynolds in the second half. Villanova pulled away for a 103-75 victory Friday in Villanova, Pa.
Former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula, left, and quarterback Bob Griese laugh as they talk to reporters. They were among the '72 Dolphins taking part in a reunion Friday in Miami.
Henry, a French bulldog, runs in the snow on Boston Common in Boston on Friday, a day after the first major snowstorm of the season hit the area.
Raynella Dossett Leath, 59, weeps as she listens to prosecutors Friday in Knoxville, Tenn., talk about circumstances surrounding the death of her then-husband, District Attorney Ed Dossett, who was found dead in his cattle lot in 1992. Investigators thought the herd had accidentally trampled him to death. Now they believe the trampling may have covered up his murder for 15 years.
The main entrance to Rhode Island Hospital is seen in Providence, R.I. The hospital was fined $50,000 and reprimanded by the state Department of Health after its third instance of brain surgery performed on the wrong side.
Iraqi men attend Friday prayers in the Shiite enclave of Sadr city in Baghdad, Iraq.
A local consumer buys boxes of toys at a department store Sunday in Shanghai, China. When it comes to toys for their own children, parents who can afford it buy foreign-brand toys.
Frank F. Findley
"I had lived what I considered a conventional, traditional life. I had been a virgin on my wedding night in 1959," says Jane Fowler, a founder of the National Association on HIV Over Fifty, commiserating recently with a group of older HIV patients in St. Louis.
Rob Parker-Ortley, a 14-year-old student at Southwest Junior High School in Lawrence, displays his entry in the Creations of Hope contest hosted by Cara Weeks. The painting hung in a Topeka gallery and was purchased by the CEO of Valero Behavioral Health Care, where it is now on display. Rob is the son of LaDonna Parker and John Ortley. LaDonna Parker submitted the picture.
Among the visitors at the reunion for former employees of Maupintour were, from left, Myrna Ikenberry, Mike and Netta George, and Dale Vestal. The gathering was Sept. 16 at Holcom Park.
From left, Gerry Hammond, Sandie Tramba and Jim Tramba pause for a photo at the Maupintour Reunion, which was Sept. 16 at Holcom Park.
In front from left, Leon Gantenbien, Jim Tramba and Victoria Bearss were among the visitors at the Maupintour Reunion, conducted Sept. 16 at Holcom Park. Dave Smith is in back.
Celebrating their sweet 60th birthdays - not 16th, as the cake indicates - this year were, from left, Ilene Shoemaker, Alice Roberts, Terry Rood and Betty Craig. They were honored during the reunion for former employees of Maupintour on Sept. 16 at Holcom Park.
At many churches, usually on Christmas Eve, people will gather at the end of service in darkened sanctuaries, holding lit candles and singing "Silent Night." The Rev. Nate Rovenstine says some people might not give much thought to why they do it.
Jennifer and Ryan Thomas
Jessica and Christopher Veit
Stacy and Ryan Lister
Jeremy and Kristin Kraemer
Michelle and Billy Lown
Rachel and Drew Ecklund
Norma and Lorenz Ochs
Nathaniel Philip Harper and Rachel Marie Ybarra