FOUND. Natascha Kampusch, 18, an Austrian girl who vanished at age 10 while walking to school in Vienna in 1998; by an elderly resident of nearby Strasshof, who called police after finding her roaming the neighborhood. Police said Kampusch's alleged captor, Wolfgang Priklopil, 44, who killed himself by jumping in front of a train the day she escaped, had held her in the basement of his home.
DIED. Bubba, 24, 154-lb. "super grouper" at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium who in 2002, after cancer was diagnosed, became the first known fish to receive chemotherapy, inspiring and energizing children afflicted with cancer nationwide; of various conditions and old age; in Chicago.
DIED. Joseph Hill, 57, socially conscious reggae guru who became one of the genre's first prominent voices; after falling ill while on a European tour; in Berlin. In the 1970s his foreboding, heavily percussive "roots-reggae" won fans, among them British punk rockers and Virgin chief Richard Branson, who in 1978 signed Culture--the band Hill fronted for 30 years until his death--to Virgin's new reggae label, Front Line.
DIED. Robert Hoffman, 59, sharp-witted former Coca-Cola executive and philanthropist who in 1969, along with two fellow Harvard students, co-founded the pioneering satirical magazine National Lampoon; of leukemia; in Dallas. The magazine, an offshoot of the Harvard Lampoon, took wry, sometimes outrageous jabs at the rich and famous. In a photo essay it once posited that Richard Nixon, then serving his first term in office, was in fact dead.
DIED. Ed Thrasher, 74, influential Warner Bros. Records designer who conceived some of rock's most definitive LP covers, including Jimi Hendrix's visually trippy Are You Experienced and Joni Mitchell's Clouds; of cancer; in Big Bear Lake, Calif. Among his fans, the easygoing art director counted high-profile artists, including Frank Sinatra, who let Thrasher title his 1973 comeback LP, Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back.
DIED. Maynard Ferguson, 78, Canadian-born trumpet virtuoso who lent his dazzling, shrieking high notes to 60 albums and several of his own Big Bands, which reinterpreted pop songs (including the Beatles' Hey Jude) and helped revive the genre; in Ventura, Calif. In the late 1970s Ferguson, who credited yoga with his ability to hit double high Cs, found brief mainstream fame with Gonna Fly Now, his Top 40 version of the theme song from Rocky.
DIED. Sister Mary Luke Tobin, 98, indomitably progressive Catholic nun; in Nerinx, Ky. A former ballet teacher, she was the only American woman to participate in the Second Vatican Council. Over the years, she spoke out against the Vietnam War and nuclear stockpiling and for female ordination. She was a close friend of monk and diarist Thomas Merton.