First up today on CNN student news.
JJ's restaurant, in Kansa city Missouri, closed early on Tuesday.
There are smelled strong gas odor .
But now a later, this is what JJ's look like.
An explosion break the roof off, whole place burst in flames.
At least one person was killed, then, another body was found yesterday.
At least 15 people were injured.
Hospital spokeswoman share one person's memory of what happened.
He said that he remembered the smells of gas, the explosion and roof collapsing.
And I asked him how he got out.
He said there was no door for me to walk through.
He said he just rubble.
Authorities were trying to think out what happened.
They think they might have to do with the leak in underground natural gas line.
This kind of natural gas used in home and business is called methane, doesn't have any natural odor.
Company actually add smell into the gas, so you can know something is wrong like JJ's.
People smelled gas and called authorities out to check on it.
If you ever do smell natural gas, either in home or a restaurant, don't stick around.
Experts say you need get out and then called the gas company.
Don't you know the number, call 911.
Some other safety tips, especially around the house.
If your stove use the natural gas look for that blue flame means working correctly, only use your stove oven for cooking, don't turn it on and leave it running to try and heat the house.
And always make sure you have at least one fire extinguisher around and make sure that works.
Kansas city officials were hoping to finish searching to the rubble in JJ's restaurant before a massive winter storm hit the area, and this is just in Missouri.
18 states were under some kind of watch or warning yesterday.
Forecast were predicting 18 inches of snow in Kansas.
White out conditions in Braska and in Missouri, heavy rain and possible flooding down around Lousiana and Alabama.
Winter weather was making driving dangerous.
A 26 car pile up in Winsconsin, tied up traffic for hours.
Snow in the midwest might not sound that strange, but Califonia?
You might think sunshine, palm trees, not this way, this video is from Sacremento on Tuesday.
A snow storms started in the west coast, and it's pushing its way across the country.
This dog doesn't seem to mind the weather too much.
April is a financial literacy month, we just didn't want to wait for it on our blog.
When it comes to money, we ask if you tend to save more or spend more?
Look at this.
50 50, not often we see that.
Nate says, it's easy spend money but hard to save it.
If you have the self control, it'll pay off in a long run.
Ben says his financial habbit depend on his incoming.
He's making money, he'll spend more.
If he's not, save more.
From Rikko, I'm still young and I like to do shopping.
It's hard not to spend money especially when you have more than five dollars.
Kemon writes, by saving money, we give an impression that we're going to use the saved money ever, so why I just spend now.
Serepine are tend to save more, because you never know when you having it would be useful, if you have to buy a gift for someone on short notice.
Kenpaston writes, handle the moeny well, is when you have a balance between spending and saving, so you don't end up with no money or not enough things you need.
A lot of your seniors might be focused on getting through May, wrapping up high school, moving on to whatever comes next.
Zach Sobie is determined to make it through May as well.
He doesn't know what comes next, and neither do his doctors.
They don't think he'll live pass May because a cancer.
The way Zach reacted to that news is what's incredible.
The flowers gave off a fragrant odor.
The atomic explosion is always accompanied by huge fireball.
The government is the highest authority in the country.
The new car design incorporates all the latest safety features.
A massive boulder blocked the entrance of the cave.