The Sunrise News Sampler
- Remember when the State government changed the guidelines for this school year, forcing school systems to scramble to come up with viable calendars? Well, this morning, the Tuscaloosa News reports that the Tuscaloosa City Board of Education reviewed three calendar options for next school year, which include different dates for the last day of school and vacation days. Superintendent Paul McKendrick is expected to recommend that the school board approve a calendar at the board’s February 26th meeting.
- Alabama is set to receive about $642,000 from Toyota Motor Corporation’s settlement over concerns of some of the company’s vehicles unintentionally accelerating.
- The European Space Agency says its experts have determined there is no connection between the meteor that straked across the sky and exploded in Russia and the asteroid hurtling toward a near-Earth encounter today.
- As Kim Kardashian makes another bid to end her marriage, Kris Humphries’ lawyer wants to leave the case.