The Sunrise News Sampler
According to the Tuscaloosa News, last night, the Tuscaloosa City Board of Education did not vote on the implementation of a sports program at the Tuscaloosa Magnet Middle School, as Superintendent Paul McKendrick chose not to recommend one. He said it wouldn’t be fair to the students who already play sports at their residential school.
The Department of Revenue says our new private school tax credits don’t apply to students who are already in private schools, even though they’re zoned for a failing public school.
Yesterday, House Republicans passed legislation that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. However, it faces a Democratic road block in the Senate and the White House threat of a veto.
Chrysler has announced the recall of about 2.7 million older model Jeeps amid the threat of fuel tank ruptures and fires in rear-end collisions.
Last night, Danielle Bradberry was crowned the Season 4 winner on “The Voice.”
This morning, the Tuscaloosa News reports that last night, the Tuscaloosa City Board of Education approved a new guest policy that requires all visitors to undergo a sex offender registry check and a new volunteer policy that requires those who work unsupervised with students to undergo a criminal background check.
Seventy-eight Alabama schools are on the state’s list of schools that are failing under the Accountability Act.
Today, President Obama will speak in Berlin, where the White House says he’ll include a proposed one-third reduction in U.S. and Russian arsenals.
Researchers say there could be big annual savings to the health care system just by using prescriptions drugs more wisely, which includes both doctors and patients.
Last night, the Miami Heat forced a Game 7 in the NBA finals with a 103-100 overtime defeat of the San Antonio Spurs. Game 7 will be tomorrow evening at 8:00 CT.