Kansas pitcher Alex Jones delivers against Texas. The Jayhawks were shut out by the Longhorns, 7-0, on Friday at Arrocha Ballpark.
An architectural rendering of a proposed seven-story building, looking from the corner of Ninth and New Hampshire Streets.
This undated picture provided Friday by the Russian news agency NewsTeam shows, according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant, Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova, left, and her husband, Umalat Magomedov. Kommersant said Friday that one of the Moscow subway suicide bombers was Abdurakhmanova, the 17-year-old widow of Magomedov, an Islamist rebel from the North Caucasus killed by Russian government forces in December 2009.
Kansas University closer Brett Bochy watches from the bullpen Friday during the Jayhawks’ home game against Texas A&M at Hoglund Ballpark. Bochy, who has learned the game from people like his father (San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy) and all-time saves leader Trevor Hoffman, is steadily progressing into the most reliable pitcher on the Kansas roster.
Julie Holmberg, Lawrence, stops to get a few pictures of the daffodils in full bloom at Sixth and Massachusetts streets after an early morning rainfall on Friday. Today’s forecast is sunnier, with a near average high of 63 degrees. For the complete forecast, go to page 8B.
Ed Williams, a volunteer for the Tea Party Express, trades flags for donations at the rally Friday on the Statehouse grounds.
Blue-jean clad churchgoers at the EastLake Community Church, 2040 W. 31st St., enjoy coffee and pastries after the service on March 21.
Roy Hillebert, left, and Brandon Price died Thursday in an industrial accident at MagnaGro International.
Kansas baserunner Robby Price (6) watches a first-inning hit land in the outfield. Kansas fell to Texas A&M, 6-4, on Friday at Hoglund Ballpark.
Heavy rains moved through the Lawrence area Friday morning causing some people to try to find cover from the showers. This walker in the rain tried the best to cover his head with a backpack.