Coaches at Haskell Indian Nations University take a pie in the face to benefit Go Red. Haskell coaches Gary Tanner, left, and Dena Johnston, right, won the pie-in-the-face contest conducted by Haskell students and cheerleaders at halftime of a recent men’s basketball game. The event raised more than $300 to benefit Go Red and the American Heart Association. Johnston, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
A shopper makes her way to her car Thursday at a Walmart in Brunswick, Maine. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., one of the recession’s biggest beneficiaries, felt the pinch during the fourth quarter as quarterly sales fell at U.S. Wal-Mart stores for the first time.
The soldiers of the 98 Paratroopers division of the Russian Army land with their parachutes Thursday during training near the town of Ivanovo, some 199 miles east of Moscow.
Georgetown’s Chris Wright (4) goes to the basket against Syracuse’s Andy Rautins. Syracuse won, 75-71, Thursday in Washington.
Smoke billows from an Internal Revenue Service building Thursday in Austin, Texas. Authorities think software engineer Joseph Stack launched a suicide attack on the agency by crashing his small plane into the building.
Drew Culberth and his daughter at the Kansas City airport.
Seabury academy senior Bill Gibbs (15) gets a high-five from coach Mike Harding. The Seahawks beat Cair Paravel, 70-52, on Thursday at Seabury.
The Lawrence Lady Lions Shelby Miller (22) goes up for an easy two-pointer against Olathe North's D'Shawna Lee (30) on Thursday February 18, 2010. The Lions lost to the Eagles 58-49.
The fish Bonnerichthys swam in the prehistoric seas between 66 million and 172 million years ago. The toothless plankton-eater used Its large mouth to gulp as much water as possible through its gills. Some members of the species were estimated to grow up to 27 feet long.
Caitlin Bubna, a Kansas University junior from Colony, rests in the sunshine Thursday in the 1000 block of Massachusetts Street. The pleasant weather was short-lived as a winter storm is expected to bring less than an inch of snow to the city today with a high of 35. For the complete forecast, see page 8B.
A yellow danger sign at the edge of the property said county officials had deemed the building unsafe for anyone to occupy or live inside.