Work crews with AMF Electric out of St. Louis were installing new cell towers Wednesday on the AT&T tower on Vermont Street downtown. A total of eight new cells will be going in place.
Jesse Paloger holds up a sign while standing on Wall Street as he hopes to find a job in New York in this Dec. 15, 2010, photo.
House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio reacts during a pause while participating in ceremonial swearing-in with representatives Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Romanian witch Mihaela Minca, right, speaks Wednesday during an interview with The Associated Press, as her daughter and apprentice Casanndra, left, looks on, in Mogosoaia, Romania. Trouble is brewing for Romania’s witches, whose toil is being taxed for the first time despite their threats of putting curses on the government.
Lawrence High’s Dylan Orth, right, checks his time after winning his heat of the boys 50-yard freestyle at the Lawrence quad at Knox Natatorium. Orth ultimately placed sixth Wednesday. Story on page 3B.
Students' self portraits await classmates, staffers and visitors inside the commons area at Bishop Seabury Academy, 4120 Clinton Parkway.
Coach Bill Self, far left, and players on the Kansas University bench get up in anticipation as the Jayhawks try to break 100 points against UMKC. The Jayhawks just missed, settling for a 99-52 victory Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas is one of nine states noted in United Van Lines’ 2010 migration study for the high rate of people leaving the state. The others are Missouri, North Dakota, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New Hampshire.
The 15th annual Kaw Valley Eagles Day will celebrate the return of bald eagles to the area from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Jan. 22 at Free State High School. Several eagles have been spotted in the area.
Abe & Jake's Landing, 8 East Sixth Street, is for sale for $1.3 million.
The Farmer's Almanac offers the answers to such vexing questions as the best days to start logging, the best days to castrate livestock or make sauerkraut. All the while being “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor.” These farmers were photographed in the 1930s in Oskaloosa.