Egypt’s antiquities chief Zahi Hawass stands Wednesday by one of eight revealed sarcophagi found inside a 26th dynasty limestone sarcophagus along with other mummies at the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, south of Cairo, Egypt. Hawass has unveiled a completely preserved mummy inside a limestone sarcophagus sealed 2,600 years ago during pharaonic times.
A construction worker moves a crane toward the site of a new Kansas Turnpike bridge extending over North Third Street.
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A crowd looks at the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO on display at the Chicago Auto Show Wednesday. The government has proposed tax deductions paid on the purchase of a new passenger car, minivan or light-duty truck this year in its federal stimulus bill passed by the Senate on Tuesday.
Pittsburgh Steelers center and former kansas university football player justin hartwig, right, celebrates with coach Mike Tomlin after their 27-23 Super Bowl victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla. Hartwig, who played center for Kansas from 1998-2001, was relieved that his holding penalty in the end zone didn’t cost Pittsburgh a championship.
A 97th birthday didn’t stop Lawrence resident George Corn from continuing to play golf. In fact, Corn sank this putt for birdie on Feb. 4 at the Orchards Golf Course.
Lawrence resident George Corn, 97, still makes time to play golf. In fact, Corn birdied a hole on Feb. 4 at the Orchards Golf Course.
A flag flies in the end zone after Pittsburgh Steelers center Justin Hartwig (62) is called for holding during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl on Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla. Luckily for Hartwig, an ex-Kansas University center, it didn’t cost the Steelers the game. Pittsburgh went on to defeat Arizona, 27-23.