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Teachers from TeWinkle Middle School protested a plan to reassign their principal at a school board meeting Tuesday night. At least eight employees from the campus and one school board member complained they'd been shut out of the decision-making...
Three drivers escaped uninjured Tuesday after two cars caught fire in separate incidents and third was involved in a collision, according to authorities. Costa Mesa firefighters responded to a call that a silver Ford Focus was on fire at 12:35 p.m. at...
David Peterson, assistant principal at Costa Mesa High School, walked into Paul Grady's literature class and called Trevor Davis to the door Tuesday afternoon. The 16-year-old sophomore didn't know what was going on until his sister, U.S. Army Pvt. 2...
A high school drama teacher praised by gay-rights advocates for staging “Rent” in 2009 after opponents deemed the Tony Award-winning songbook’s themes of AIDS and prostitution too racy for teens is under investigation following an...
John Goodman could easily flee the country and skip out on his upcoming DUI manslaughter trial if he's released from house arrest, the Florida Attorney General's Office argued Monday in response to the Wellington polo mogul's latest appeal. Since...
Eyewitness SportsSeventeen student-athletes on the Wichita State baseball team will be playing on teams this summer. Following is a list of the athletes with their teams. Tyler Baker – Rochester (Minn.) Honkers Garrett Bayliff – Santa Barbara (Calif.)...
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Tribune reporterA man who state police say jumped from the top of Hubbard's Cave and landed in the southbound lanes of the Kennedy Expressway near Grand Avenue has died this morning, authorities said. The unidentified victim was pronounced dead at 10:57 a.m. at John H....
ReutersBy Agnieszka Flak JOHANNESBURG, June 10 (Reuters) - It sounded like a shotgun: bang, bang, bang. The back wheel swirled in a slalom and my Vespa scooter came to an abrupt stop. Not even halfway through my two-wheeled trip across parts of Africa and...
Tags: Mountains, South Africa, AIDS, Africa, Eastern Africa
Lehigh Valley ParentingAfter an absence of four years, the SouthSide Film Festival is bringing back its children’s film series with more than 60 children’s films, many of which have won awards. The free series includes six rotating blocks of children’s films...
Jaap van Zweden's progression from pinch-hitter to honored guest to esteemed member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's extended family has been one of the most encouraging developments Chicago music has seen in years. The superb Dutch conductor has...
West Virginia, the only state created during the Civil War, was born 150 years ago, on June 20, 1863, when the state of Virginia was split in two to add a Union state. These days, West Virginia is known for its resorts and outdoor recreation. With...
Local high school theater students performed and were honored last week at this year's Childress MACY Awards ceremony — the first since beloved co-founder Lee Childress died in September. The MACYs, or the Music and Arts Commendations for Youth,...
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