Miner Raul Bustos embraces an unidentified woman Wednesday after after being rescued from the collapsed San Jose gold and copper mine where he had been trapped with 32 other miners for over two months near Copiapo, Chile, in this photo released by the Chilean government.
A frog floats with cranberries awaiting harvest in a cranberry bog Wednesday in Wareham, Mass.
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones (12) throws from the pocket against Texas in this file photo from Oct. 2 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The Sooners are picking apart defenses again with their hurry-up offense.
Texas Rangers grounds crew employee Don Crymes puts the final touches on the American League Championship Series logo on the field at the Texas Rangers Ballpark on Wednesday in Arlington, Texas.
Kansas runner Jim Ryun, left, attempts to pass Missouri’s Glenn Ogden in this file photo. Ryun was the first high schooler to run a sub-four-minute mile. The distance isn’t run often at the high school level anymore.
Tom Kurata recently visited Camp Amache National Historic Landmark near Granada, Colo., where 7,300 American citizens of Japanese descent were held captive during World War II.
Students cover themselves from rains caused by the approaching of Hurricane Paula on Wednesday in Los Palacios, Cuba. Hurricane Paula weakened Wednesday on a rain-drenching crawl toward the lush tobacco-growing farmlands of western Cuba, threatening to inundate an area still seeking to recover from three major hurricanes in 2008.
Rylie Musik, Desmond Jackson, Ashley Halstead and Christopher Bush were all charged in court Wednesday for their involvement in a Monday morning shooting.
All 33 Chilean miners, including Claudio Yanez, 34, were rescued in a joyous ending to a 69-day ordeal that riveted the world. Yanez gestured as he arrived Wednesday at a hospital in Copiapo, Chile. He was the eighth miner rescued from the San Jose mine.
Students from Sunflower School take off on their first lap Wednesday after school as part of their marathon run activity. The Sunflower School Marathon Club received a $2,000 Run for Something Better grant from ING.
Naadir Tharpe has given an oral commitment to Kansas.
Wakarusa Valley students learned about the human body on Wednesday when an exhibit called Body Venture visited the school, 1104 E. 1000 Road. Students were able to walk through the educational display and take in health lessons along the way.
Pawsh Wash Dog groomer Paige Schmidt, left, holds up a long strip of Angora goat wool. Schmidt, along with groomer Sera Moran, right, had the unusual task of shearing the goats on Wednesday. Pam Harrell, center, came along with the goats’ owner, Lisa Schmitt, who decided to bring them to the dog grooming place instead of taking them to a traditional shearer.