Archive: 4/14/17: Friday
Advocates Concerned About Spending At PC Schools
There are some concerns about the use of federal education funding at a metro school district. Putnam City Schools used part of Title One money for consulting services through a company called “Solution Tree” and some education advocates said it's a waste.
Help From The Heartland: The Soul of Ukraine
For the members of the Oklahoma National Guard in Ukraine right now, the primary focus is on the mission of training Ukrainian soldiers. But, when they're not delivering their Help from the Heartland, many in the 45th Infantry Brigade are discovering a city, just a short drive away, that Ukrainians say is the soul of the country.
Video Reveals Disturbing Abuse Of Child By 'Witch' Grandmother
The cell phone video was shown to the judge during Thursday's sentencing of Geneva Robinson and Joshua Granger. Both pleaded guilty to multiple counts of child abuse back in February. The video shows Robinson dressed in what appeared to be a witch's costume.
North Korea Threatens Pre-Emptive Nuclear Attack
North Korea says it is “on the brink of war” with the U.S. In an interview with CBS News’ Ben Tracy, one of the nation’s senior officials has accused the Trump administration of wanting to “annihilate” his country and blamed the escalating tension on the Korean Peninsula squarely on the U.S. and South Korea.
Trends, Topics & Tags: Florida Teacher Fire Over Homework Assignment
A Florida teacher was fired after giving what many parents feel was an inappropriate assignment. It's a questionnaire, titled "How comfortable am I", was given to middle school students, asking how they would feel in certain situations.