KANSAS CITY, Mo. _ Lately, in the mornings or following her afternoon nap, Bailey has been uttering a familiar refrain: Where's Peppermint?
Sometimes, you send a person an email and it "bounces" back to you. When your email system makes contact with someone's email server, the server decides whether it will let the message through. If it doesn't, the server "bounces" the message back. Why: Perhaps the address is wrong, or misspelled. There may not be enough room on the system, or an email system may fail.
Q: When was medicine first mentioned in the Bible?
KANSAS CITY, Mo. _ Kansas hoops sensation "Trick Shot" Titus is back, and the toddler has taken his game to a new level, bringing Hollywood megastars Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper along for the ride.
MODESTO, Calif. _ Sixth-graders pay taxes in Juan Vargas' class. They can buy low-cost health insurance, too, or "roll the dice" by not having it. They earn salaries, pay rent, pass laws and tempt tourists to buy their merchandise.
Crayons are made of pigments and paraffin wax _ the same type of wax used on fruits and vegetables to make them shiny in the grocery store. The two are mixed together and poured into molds, which are then allowed to cool.
Q: What did the doctor find when he examined the X-ray of the dummy's head?
GRAND FORKS, N.D. _ Hope Lyberg, 13, Humboldt, Minn., shared this story of a deer hunting trip in northwest Minnesota with her cousin, Ruthie Finney, 11, and their grandpa, Greg Wilson, both of Lancaster, Minn. The girls are home-schooled, with Lyberg in the seventh grade and Finney a sixth-grader.