The Jayhawks celebrate during their victory against Missouri State on Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark. Kansas won the game 7-6.
From left, Lucas and Logan, 1, may be the next twins to play at Kansas University. They are the great-grandchildren of Robert and Shirley Miller, Baldwin City, who submitted the picture.
Theresa Brown, a Kansas University doctoral student from Overland Park, left, talks to KU junior Emily Bergman, St. Benedict, about her graduate research project Wednesday at the Kansas Union. KU graduate students participated in the annual Graduate Student Research Competition, sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Association. Brown’s research examines the enhancement of youth experiences at summer camp.
Bud Rollins surveys the flooding from his front yard Wednesday on Harriman Road in Raymond, N.H. The flooded-out road had three feet of water at some points. As three days of record-breaking rains tapered to a drizzle, forecasters warned the worst of widespread flooding from Maine to Connecticut was still ahead as rivers and streams had yet to crest, for the second time in a month.
Fire crews from Baldwin City Fire Department work to extinguish a structure fire at 316 Elm Street in Baldwin City on Wednesday afternoon.
Conner Teahan turns to throw as he works out with the quarterbacks during the Jayhawks’ practice in this file photo from March 31 at the KU practice fields.
Gov. Mark Parkinson speaks Wednesday at news conference following first adjournment of the 2010 legislative session. Parkinson says a majority of legislators oppose any more budget cuts and that a consensus is forming on the need to increase taxes.
Sarah Owens, of Olathe, a volunteer pilot with Pilots ’N Paws, left, and Rhonda Schademann, of Perry, a program volunteer, herd eight Labrador puppies onto an airplane for a flight out of the Lawrence Airport to Wichita and then to Denver, where six of the pups have been adopted with help from Mile High Labrador Rescue. Schademann fostered the Labs, which had been abandoned, until arrangements could be made with the plane program. For Owens, this was her 12th flight and her 48th passenger dog.
Police crime tape wraps off the back entrance at 819 Maine St. on Wednesday morning.