A lot of kids will start school this week with a substitute teacher, or sharing a teacher in a too-crowded classroom. Again.
Addressing public education was a top issue during the 2019 legislative session, and will remain a priority when the General Assembly reconvenes next year.
Most encounters with the police end without any grabbing or pushing or shooting. When a so-called “officer-involved critical incident” occurs, it’s usually unavoidable.
The job of a reporter is straightforward, right? Just ask and report the five W’s and one H. Job done.
On the surface it sounds simple. Anyone can ask those questions, share the answers in print, online, or through whatever media channels they choose, and have pleased news receivers and news makers.
Well, this is a fine kettle of fish.
It’s probably not great news that nearly a quarter of Americans have no plans to retire, since that suggests that they’re not saving money to get them through their later years.
Most of us probably remember learning things in high school that we rarely if ever use as adults – like how to calculate the area of a trapezoid or how to solve a quadratic equation.
A school in Colorado Springs, Colorado was shuttered.
In Three Rivers, Oregon, the school board shortened the school year five days and laid off employees.
It had been a few years since Ethan Wade got a crowd of Yellow Jacket fans fired up.
“Did y’all see that?” he shouted to the Dooley Field sidelines just before kickoff Saturday night. “I just did two cartwheels!”
It’s year three of the gas tax hike. Under the 2017 law, the gas tax rises by two cents every year through 2022. Lawmakers promised that every penny would go toward repairing roads and bridges, but although $615.2 million has been collected since the law passed, very little has been spent.