Students and staff from Sandy Hook Elementary School have changed buildings since the massacre. Adults are doing their best to restore the feelings of safety at school.
The Kansas City Fire Department and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive said a fatal explosion and fire at a Kansas City restaurant last month were sparked by natural gas vapors in the restaurant.
The Internal Revenue Service says the problem involved a form used to claim educational credits and occurred between Feb. 14 and Feb. 22. A statement from the IRS says a "limited number of software company products" were involved.
In Buenos Aires, cars honked their horns as the news spread and television announcers screamed with elation and surprise and Catholics began flooding toward the cathedral.
The highest number of dead owls have been seen in Minnesota, where the winter started out relatively mild but turned snowy in February. And since then, has turned crusty, making it hard for owls to catch the mice underneath.
The cardinals broke for lunch at the Vatican hotel and planned another two rounds of voting Wednesday afternoon.
"Smurfing" involves people buying cold and allergy medicines containing pseudoephedrine and selling them to meth makers.
The bill would provide local governments or nonprofit groups that sponsor amateur sports events a tax credit of $5 for every ticket sold.
The choice could foretell the pope's priorities in striving to bring a sense of serenity to the troubled church.
Officials said Anthony Johnson died Tuesday at an Orlando hospital.
The surcharge for the Missouri Universal Service Fund will drop from 12.5 cents on a $50 bill to 8.5 cents.
The committee is unlikely to go along with the governor's recommended funding increase for public universities based on certain performance criteria.
Prosecutors have charged Michael Eugene Brewster, formerly of Pensacola, Fla., with 11 heists in 10 states.
Pope Francis' choice of a name won over the crowd gathered in Rome.
A Missouri Senate committee heard public testimony on a bill to invalidate federal firearms laws. The bill declares that it is the courts duty to protect the rights of law-abiding citizens to bear keep and arms.
Russell Boulevard Elementary School held Russell University, where parents took free university-style classes Tuesday to learn about the resources available for helping their children.
An MU professor plans to buy the building from Collegiate Housing Partners, which is the current contract holder of the building.
What places in Columbia do you want to make sure get remembered, preserved or celebrated? As Columbia grows and changes, we want to hear from you.
Efforts to observe the comet Pan-STARR at MU's Laws Observatory were thwarted Tuesday evening by heavy clouds in the western sky.
Fourth-seeded Columbia College will play fifth-seeded Shawnee State on Wednesday morning in the first round of the NAIA national tournament in Frankfort, Ky.