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Last quarter were up 18% from a year ago as dealerships wreath fill their lots. The New York Times will not pay Twitter a $1000 a month to retain its checkmark verification status. Feces half smoke restaurants is opening another one at skyland town center, it has other locations at Montgomery mall in Bethesda without games 327 points Monday that was 1%, but the NASDAQ lost 32 Jeff Cleveland. This is WTO news. We turn here this early Tuesday morning to a significant lawsuit filed by the Virginia teacher who was shot by her 6 year old student. Abbey's Werner is suing the Newport News school board, some school officials and the ex superintendent, who was fired after the shooting that all happened in early January you may remember was shot in the hand and chest as she sat at a reading table in her classroom. She spent nearly two weeks in the hospital and has had four surgeries since then. CBS News legal analyst thane Rosenbaum broke down the $40 million lawsuit for us that accuses school leaders of ignoring multiple warnings here on the day of the shooting that the boy had a gun and was in a violent mood. Apparently he had shown other kids in school. I think he was the first grader kindergartner, the gun, he took it out of his backpack, put it in his pocket, showed it to other kids. Other kids apparently showed up to teachers and said, I think he's got a gun. And this teacher apparently also called down to the office, and no one took it seriously. And that's what she's really claiming. This is a lawsuit for gross negligence. The Newport News school board says in a statement to WTO, it is waiting for the legal documents. It also says, it's thoughts and prayers remain right now with Abby's Werner and her ongoing recovery. And the board is working. They say with the community to address safety. What does making slime have to do with a possible career in science? Kids for our area will get a chance to find out at the night of science coming up next week. When kids from kindergarten through high school had to the U.S. patent and trademark office in Alexandria next Wednesday night, they'll get a chance to get their hands dirty, really dirty. Maybe make slime or build a rocket or do some other cool stuff. Juan Valentin, education program adviser with the USPTO explains that the night of science or noce de scientist with leading Hispanics in stem offers hands on experience along with information on careers from agencies, including NASA, the focus is on encouraging Hispanic students to enter the stem fields but everyone's welcome. We want everyone to realize that they are all inherently creators. They're all inherently problem solvers, but it provides a glimpse into what their future could look like. Kate Ryan, WTO beneath. The latest trend taking over the office these days is called Bayer minimum Mondays. It's a burnout prevention strategy created by TikToker where Marissa Jo Mays may sell CBS this week, the now viral concept is all about easing into the start of the work week. She keeps the first two hours of her Monday completely free and only schedules three tasks for the entire workday. Among the top stories

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