Miami head coach Frank Haith reacts in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game a in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday, March 10, 2011. Haith will take over as coach at Missouri, leaving the Miami basketball program after seven seasons.
Lawrence Memorial Hospital cardiologists Dr. Roger Dreiling, left, and Dr. Tapas Ghose, discuss a patient outside their offices at Cardiovascular Specialists of Lawrence on Monday, April 4, 2011. Ghose, who refers to Dreiling as his mentor, is among a small percentage of cardiologists who uses an artery in the arm rather than the leg for heart diagnostic tests and procedures. A study released Monday by the American College of Cardiology confirmed that the method Ghose prefers involved fewer complications.
Maxwell Barnes, 11, of Sheridan, Ind., has the court to himself at Hinkle Fieldhouse, home of the Butler University men's basketball team, on the school's campus in Indianapolis, Ind. on Monday, April 4, 2011. Maxwell, brought to Hinkle by his grandmother Susie Barnes, said it was a dream to get to play on the court. Butler faces Connecticut for the championship of the NCAA Mens Final Four basketball tournament tonight in Houston.
Sealing up insulation gaps in your home can help save money on energy bills. At a do-it-yourself home energy audit class, Westar Energy will teach residents the basics of weather stripping, caulking and how to properly use a can of spray foam.
Nicole Myers, curator with the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, talks about the work that went into bringing the exhibition, "Monet's Water Lilies," to life during a Friday morning press review. The exhibit opens April 9.
Julian Zugazagoitia, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art's director and CEO, gives opening statements during the press review Friday morning for "Monet's Water Lilies," which opens April 9.
What is left of an outbuilding lies strewn about, removed from its foundation, in a field south of Williamstown Monday, April 4, 2011.
Gordon Michels of Midwest Irrigation Systems Inc., left, and Mark Gantz, neighbor, survey the damage done to an irrigation pivot just north of Williamstown Monday, April 4, 2011. Experts are calling the storm, which damaged various properties around the area, a "gustnado."
Gordon Michels of Midwest Irrigation Systems Inc. surveys the damage done to an irrigation pivot just north of Williamstown Monday, April 4, 2011. Experts are calling the storm, which damaged various properties around the area, a "gustnado."
Texas A&M players Sydney Colson, left, and Danielle Adams celebrate their 63-62 win over Stanford. A&M won Sunday in Indianapolis to advance to Tuesday’s national championship.
Notre Dame’s Becca Bruszewski, center, goes up with a shot against Connecticut players Stefanie Dolson, left, and Tiffany Hayes. The Irish stunned UConn, 72-63, in a national semifinal Sunday in Indianpolis.
Ben McLemore meets with the media after announcing his decision to attend Kansas University on Sunday, April 3, 2011.
great blue herons are nesting in a group of giant white-barked sycamore trees off a trail in the Mill Creek Streamway Park in Shawnee. The birds’ breeding season is from April to July.
A blue heron sails across a clearing blue sky Sunday. The birds are among the largest in North America.
Several great blue herons are nesting in a group of giant white-barked sycamore trees off a trail in Mill Creek Streamway Park in Shawnee. A single blue heron sits on the topmost part of the tree.
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Los Angeles pianist Alpin Hong will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 8 at the Lied Center on KU's west campus.
Should we start a cake business?: Guests attending a March 12 bridal shower for Emma Matthews, hosted by Karen Anderson Troutman, show off the baby wedding cakes they decorated. From left are Brenda Garrett, Rachel Baker, Jayne Fisher, Emma Matthews, Stephanie Brungardt, Kirsten Heimerman and Karen Anderson Troutman, all of Lawrence. Troutman submitted the photo.
Lucia Orth, center, teaches Indigenous American Indian Studies at Haskell Indian Nations University. She was gathered with her American Indian Treaties class for a photo session.
Ellie does not like her required outdoor visits. She belongs to Aaron, Adam and Evan Hoobler of Berryton.
Gavin Koonce, 2, puts on a bracelet he made in art class with the Lawrence Arts Center preschool.
Whitney Juneau was once a young student in the Lawrence Arts Center preschool and now volunteers her time there.
Lidiya Fulmer, Lawrence, holds 13-month old Victoria Fulmer while her daughter Anna, 2, works with purple PlayDo at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H. The arts center is commemorating the 25th year of its preschool program with a special exhibit of work by current and former students.
West Junior High School family and consumer science teacher Kerri Hess demonstrates how to chop up a cabbage during a Foods 2 class March 16 at the school.