Hail as large as a half-inch in diameter hit Wichita Tuesday afternoon. This photo was taken during the storm by Andrew Ottoson.
Connecticut’s Tiffany Hayes, left, shoots over Stanford’s Rosalyn Gold-Onwude. UConn defeated Stanford, 53-47, for the NCAA women’s title on Tuesday night in San Antonio.
Tiger Woods, left, and Padraig Harrington participate in a practice round for the Masters on Tuesday in Augusta, Ga. The first round starts on Thursday. In a poll taken at Lawrence golf courses, Woods was picked to win the tournament. No one picked Harrington, but Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan thinks they should reconsider.
Brig. Gen. Peter C. Bayer Jr., Multi-National Corps-Iraq chief of staff, presents the Defense Meritorious Service Medal to 1st Lt. Andrew K. Sneegas in the Al-Faw Palace, Camp Victory, Baghdad. Sneegas, a 2003 Free State High School graduate, was presented the award at the end of his service in Iraq. He will visit Lawrence in April. His father, Stanley Sneegas, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
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Luke Welton, a Kansas University graduate student, was one of the first biologists to see a living Northern Sierra Madre Monitor Lizard in Aurora province, Philippines.
A giant bust of George Washington, made by artist David Adickes, is disassembled Tuesday in Presidential Park, Pearland, Texas, where six busts of presidents were removed because the land they were placed on is under foreclosure. The development company that owns the statues is returning the statues to Adickes.