A proposed constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to pray privately in public places has been sent to the Senate, where it has died in previous years.
Johnnie Baston's execution was an emotional scene that took 13 minutes. He was sentenced to death for killing Chong-Hoon Mah, a South Korean immigrant whose relatives oppose the death penalty and the execution.
The New York Times, Bloomberg and the Financial Times have been keeping a close eye on climbing coffee prices. Shortages in supply make an increase in prices likely for consumers' favorite morning drink.
The five-hour wine tasting event will be held March 22 and April 5. The deadline for registration is March 17.
Susannah Barry has a number of jobs, but perhaps none is as unique as her work as a nude model for an art class.
The REDI board voted unanimously to endorse the purchase, which would provide an extra in-house source of electricity.
The U.S. Agriculture Department reported Thursday that there will be more soybeans and corn left over from this year's harvest than initially predicted.
Starting in July, the variable speed limit signs on Interstate 270 will only be a guideline to pace drivers through congestion. The permanent speed limit will be 60 mph.
The cannons were reproductions of the weapons used in a Civil War battle near Republic, and the park superintendent thinks they can be repaired.
In a time when Americans are questioning the level of discourse in American politics, former Iowa Congressman Jim Leach presented his thoughts at Columbia College Thursday on how civility and manners are important in politics.
The two men were pulled over for speeding late Wednesday night, and a consented search of the car led to the discovery of a felony amount of marijuana, officers said.
Citing her cooperation, prosecutors recommended that Valeria Wilson Jackson be spared a prison sentence. She was sentenced to five years of probation and six months of house arrest.
Christine Miller pleaded guilty in December to four counts of involuntary manslaughter after a March 2009 drunk-driving wreck killed four people.