Marc Horner, fleet manager for Jefferson County public schools in Lakewood, Colo., walks near school buses with advertisements on their sides at the school’s bus maintenance facility. Several states allow advertising on school buses, including Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, Tennessee and Texas.
Saint Mary’s Omar Samhan (50) celebrates in front of Villanova’s Corey Fisher (10) and Mouphtaou Yarou (13). Saint Mary’s won, 75-68, on Saturday in Providence, R.I.
Congressional interns Allyn Denning, left, and Francesca Chambers, right, serve in Congressman Jerry Moran’s office in Washington, D.C. Denning is a 2009 Kansas University graduate, and Chambers is a KU senior. Lindsey Trent, communications director for Moran, submitted the picture.
John Ross prepares for one of his radiation treatments in this photo, wearing a protective mask at the Lawrence Cancer Center.
John Ross meets with some of the members of the Lawrence Memorial Hospital oncology staff wearing shirts that he bought for the group in this 2008 photo. He also handed out wrist bands that read Rossie Posse.
John Ross, right, was told in 2008 that he had a stage IV cancer in the base of his tongue. He and his wife, Cathy, left, were told it was treatable, and that experience lasted nearly two years.
People pull their luggage near a ‘Ready to Fly’ British Airways sign Saturday at Heathrow Airport, London. British Airways canceled more than 1,000 flights after its cabin crew launched a three-day strike Saturday, wreaking havoc on the plans of tens of thousands of passengers just before the busy spring holiday season.
Stephanie Lee and Ben Kuebrich take part in a protest for the Iraq war on Hollywood Boulevard on Saturday in Hollywood, Calif. The protest was on the seventh anniversary of the U.S. invasion of the Iraq War. The ANSWER coalition staged the anti-war protest.
A road is closed because of overland flooding from the Sheyenne River on Saturday in West Fargo, N.D. Forecasters lowered their flood crest predictions a foot lower than anticipated for the area expecting the Red River in Fargo to crest today.
President Lyndon B. Johnson uses the last of many pens to complete the signing of the Medicare Bill into law July 30, 1965, at ceremonies at the Truman Library in Independence, Mo., with former President Harry S. Truman at his side.
An unidentified man falls from his donkey as another man chases the animal with a stick, during the traditional donkey race in the village of Sakule, about 18 miles northwest of Belgrade, Serbia.
President Barack Obama is seen in a television monitor Saturday during his visit to Capitol Hill to meet with House Democrats in Washington.
A portion of a human skull lies on the ground Friday where at least two suspected clandestine graves were found during a routine police patrol in the town of El Vergel, on the outskirts of the violence plagued northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Maria Carmelle Jean, center, sells rice and dry products Saturday at a downtown street market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Decades of cheap imports, especially rice from the U.S., punctuated with abundant aid in various crises, have destroyed local agriculture and left impoverished countries such as Haiti unable to feed themselves.
Indonesian anti-terror police squad members take part in a drill ahead of President Barack Obama’s visit, which has been delayed, Saturday in Kuta, Bali, Indonesia.
Frightened Rabbit performs at the Day Stage Cafe at the Austin Convention Center during the South by Southwest music festival on Thursday in Austin, Texas.
Kansas State head basketball coach Frank Martin yells at forward Curtis Kelly (24) during the first half of an NCAA second-round college basketball game against BYU, Saturday, March 20, 2010, in Oklahoma City.
From left, Kansas players Tyrel Reed, Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris hold back tears in their towels in the Jayhawks' locker room following their 69-67 loss to Northern Iowa, Saturday, March 20, 2010 at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City.
Todd Williams of Lawrence was selected as the most inspirational athlete Friday night during the Special Olympics State Basketball and Cheerleading Tournament in Hays. Five teams from Douglas County competed in the basketball event.
KU coach Bill Self jumps in frustration during KU's 69-67 loss in the second round to the University of Northern Iowa Saturday, March 20, 2010, in Oklahoma City.
Kansas forward Marcus Morris covers his head after the Jayhawks' 69-67 loss to Northern Iowa Friday, March 20, 2010 at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City.
One of Five squads of basketball teams wins second-place medals Saturday at the Douglas County Special Olympics State Basketball and Cheerleading Tournament in Hays.
Bicycles sat unused Saturday, March 20, 2010 under about 5 inches of snow outside Gertrude Sellars Pearson Residence Hall at KU.