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"centennial middle school" Discussed on KOMO
"Could not have come at a worse time the community is still mourning a beloved pastor at the church who passed away last November part of the ceiling fell in the church forcing that section to close to eleven a parent is now facing charges after Spokane county deputies say he assaulted a middle school students started today when several students got into a fight at centennial middle school investigators say the dad of one of the students along with a nineteen year old man showed up and grab one of the kids involved teachers at the push forty year old McNeil Glover off the child of clever and the nineteen year old are now banned from all West Valley schools we have an update on the upcoming closure of the berry an annex building the city says it will not extend the deadline for several nonprofits and other tenants to leave saying that safety risks from significant structural issues make it impossible for tennis to stay beyond January thirty first the city says it's already taking steps to ensure those groups don't have to move out even earlier and it's working to help the tenants find new homes just hours from now democratic presidential candidate Pete but a judge will kick off two days of campaign events here in Seattle this is video from July when he spoke at the Showbox at the south bend mayor is holding another rally tomorrow night and has to meet and greets planned for Sunday we're still waiting to hear from his campaign about where those events are taking place meantime good judges among the candidates who threatened to boycott the next democratic debate in Los Angeles is a live look over at late tonight the debate is scheduled for Thursday loyal Miller Marymount university and the labor union plans to pick it as part of a contract dispute the seven qualifying candidates say they won't cross the picket line the Democratic National Committee says it's trying to come up with a resolution the stage is set for the house of representatives to vote on impeachment U. S. president for just the fourth time in American history a floor vote in the full house is expected on Wednesday it comes after the house Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to approve two charges against president trump he's accused of abusing his office at obstructing Congress in his dealings with Ukraine the Democrat led house is expected to pass the articles of impeachment Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says a trial would happen early next year he told fox news there is quote zero chance president trump will be removed from office in a separate case the U. S. Supreme Court agreed to hear president trump's appeal to keep his financial records and tax returns private is finding prevent third parties from turning over those documents subpoenaed by lawmakers the decision could come in June is the president is campaigning for a second term developing now state Attorney General Bob Ferguson will continue defending a thirty dollar card tab initiative today king county judge denied initiative sponsor ten Lyman's request for the state to hire outside lawyers however the judge did allow I'm in Pierce county and others to join the defense the city of Seattle king county and others filed a lawsuit against I. nine seventy six an injunction is blocking the measure from taking effect while the legal battle plays out I am the cues the Attorney General of sabotaging the defense the attorney general's office released this statement welcoming the new intervenor as in the case goes on to say we were not surprised the judge denied the motion to appoint an outside counsel we were also not surprise the judge admonished Mr islands attorneys for now following.
"centennial middle school" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"How's everybody doing my name is Alex joining me tonight in Studio so nice be staring somebody face to face for the first time in a while Stephanie Ferguson English Teacher at Centennial Middle School and South Lyon and you've been and there long enough that I was going to send not centennial it was your at the only middle school and southbound at the time millennium now but back in one thousand nine hundred nine on remarried and you're the one of the English teachers there so not then no yeah no then I had they used to have a performing arts class drama drama class. Oh you're in English added. The performing arts class and the public speaking. They called it communications well. All I knew is that you had the classroom that was down the hall from my English class so anyway. I usually start off the show by asking biographical questions but I'm on this on. I'M GONNA start with one. That's not that I'm GONNA. School just started last week. How are you tired retire. Yeah this is weird. This is the first time in two one this year twenty one so the first time in twenty one years that I didn't go to the first day of school because my son started kindergarten this year I took him to school instead and then Friday I'm a staff liaison for the PTO and so I didn't go to class asked on Friday so this is really the fourth day I've had kids and I have seventh graders for the first time in so the last time I had had seventh grade. I think was when Jim Crawled. It is student teaching. Oh Wow so. He's a teacher for ten years so so yeah it was a while ago that I had had seventh grade so trying to adjust like school and home and all that stuff for the audience. Jim Kurl was on last November with Donna cupper. My high school drama teacher. They did a shine than his wife was on like three weeks ago. She's the dentists that I talked to so. That's Jim is for those of you who remember but so so. What was it like dropping your kid off then having him start the journey so the first day was a little weird we had to sign up for forty five minutes shift it to take him in and just kind of tour the building sign up for a forty-five minutes shift so we were on vacation for Labor Day and we were sent an email with sign up genius for what time we're GONNA come to the first day of school okay. I've never heard of that. I don't have a five year old and I work in the district so I just didn't know that was kindergarten kind of went so we took him to school. It was okay he's gone to a pretty structured day care for this entire time so dropping him off for the day and knowing it was a much different you take to it or was he kind of like new place. A little nervous music teacher was the highlight of the dinner table on Monday night. Yes I had music today. Can you gas my teacher's name honey. I don't know your teacher. I think you can get into play music and we got to run and get to play and mom and she looks at me. I smiled so it's kind of funny like here like him talk about the people he meets the nervous. Today has made a new gym teacher. Oh those guys can be hard. Ask what you think but so he he actually enjoys it then. I don't remember I don't have much unconscious memory of those years. I do remember seeing a video of myself. One once I was about four and my parents were asking me about school and and I was like I just even then I didn't didn't have an answer I was like I remember the thing that made everybody laugh as we're watching. This video is I said was like we sang a song today and the song. It's fun to go to school. It's GonNa go to school and then I cut off. I was like only the teachers sing it this four year old kid but uh but yeah so so your your kid took to it well yeah and so that's that's a that's a load off and he's a weekend now and ah it's hard I went to wake him up Friday to go to school and I said I can get up and go to school and he open when I looked no. Thank you I'm very tired and he rolled back over so we gotta keep doing it. I went for three days kindergarten. So but what about you though how said today is technically the fourth day but look how D- going well. We've spent the last two days taking online testing MHM there is it's weird to try to explain to parents the amount of testing that the kids actually have to do so. They'll take this test. I think they take it three times throughout the year just to kind of see how they they're growing throughout the year but it's the second what's the first full week of school in three days is sitting on the computer. We're going through this testing testing testing well. They're taking the reading tasks right now so just kind of like a reading skills. Were there at yeah. That's so much has changed. You forget it's been I graduated high school in two thousand and four and that's in kid years. That's a lie that's literally lifetime time freshman nowadays. They're sophomores kids that were born that year so yeah after I was working in South Lyon Yeah Yeah. What's that like. What are they into nowadays. What are the things you have to keep them offer their phones. Like how does that work. That's the big thing but I don't allow phones phones in my room just because they do so much of their assessment comes out of the classroom and so you took when you took the sat see you're probably junior sophomore junior somewhere in there taking eighth grade now oh my gosh last year oh my God and so I have to say if you bring bring your phone in here on that day you could disqualify the test results for South Lyon just because he phones in your pocket. I don't even want you to think that of of bringing it here like not not in your pocket. Not your lunch bag. I don't just don't bring it in here so that helps a little bit but yeah there do we and reading. GAM tried kid. Try to read a book like that's like pulling teeth especially if it's something I'm sure some of them how to read something which is probably not something that they're giving you know we'll we'll get into all. I really want to ask you about like Jen's e a and you know what kids are into nowadays you know and the whole future of teaching and how the phone is because we really haven't adapted to the phone the the school system hasn't it's been out for twelve years now so but we'll get into all that but I want to find out more about us so this is the question. I usually start the show off with but where we were well. I was born in L. Michigan but I grew up in Carson City Michigan City Carson City Michigan. It is about an hour north of Lansing thing I tell the kids on the first couple of days of school so it was it was three the district when I was there was three elementary schools and then my diploma actually says Carson City Crystal Middle Hyphen High School Roy one building people in your class ninety four classes ninety four hundred ninety four people in it for T. Shirt on purpose. No this how it works out the little golden ratio so oh now currently it is a one elementary school and then you're done at the lower L. which has k-3 you go to the main building which is four four twelve okay so in my perception and it could be very different. There aren't a lot of people my age that stayed in town but my brother's four years younger than I am and a lot of people his age did. That's quite a euro at the cutoff. This guy must go in shifts the last couple of years. I think the graduating classes have been right around like between fifty to seventy five kids even less naming fewer viewer kids yeah and my niece and nephew go to the same district and I went to a meeting for my nephew a couple years ago when the lady running the meetings said if we could just very quickly go around the table and everyone could introduce themselves to Stephanie to save you a lot of time I went to school with or for everyone at this table like like we can just go ahead and get into the meeting. That's all we need to say yeah so I was trying to explain it if seven seventh graders this year and I was trying to explain the size of the town to them and says more people go in and out of this building every day than live in the town I grew up like and they're probably like they still have towns sounds like a McDonalds. I think open when I was in college. Oh big deal to get at McDonald's. Everybody loves McDonald's out the mayor at the time owned the local like ice cream place and I think he fought it for a long time. Well McDonald's ice ice. Cream machines are always broken but so you grew up in Carson and there were there until college and then pretty much so tell me about your childhood. What did you do like what were you into. I was the oldest fourth or the oldest. I was the tallest fourth grader in my class. I got three the Statue of Liberty in school plateau their fire in the torture. No My dad made my torch. out of a paint roller and Christmas light role really could've made it out of a paint roller and some Turpentine in a lighter. We didn't go to school in Carson City in elementary school. I didn't go to school in Carson City. my mom worked for the hospital system. Alma so we went with her to go to school so we went to the the Catholic school in Alma so I was there. Our first grade to sixth grade. I came back to Carson. City had a different job so was middle school when I hit Carson City was. Did you miss go to school and when he moved back. I didn't want to switch schools but I was a twelve year old girl. I don't know that I would have wanted to do anything anything differently. It was twelve year old girl but it was weird because I had combined classes and also like first and second wearing well. When I started was the year the school opened for the first time so first second and third grade where in one room one teacher. Oh my God that's like that's colonial and then we added a grade every year that they were open so it was I was ahead a couple of books when I went to Hurson city like I had already had their sixth grade science book but it skipped the fifth grade science books. I would go science with the fifth graders like it was just weird but I don't know that if I A hadn't gone to school at St Mary's. I would value education like I do either. and I think I would have gotten bored like how did that form. I'm your I mean well. I'll save that for later because it is one of my questions so you kind of already answered this but your mom is a nurse. What Does Your Dad do dad. Eh was a sergeant for the corrections. Department really does that mean. He was a cop he so my understanding is that he was Virginia State Trooper that's where he met my mom. My Dad was from Richmond okay. My mom went to Richmond for nursing school so that's where they met and so my mom Mr Your family my mom's the oldest of eight so she missed her family. They moved back to Michigan about the time they got married. My Dad was too short to be a state trooper in Michigan..
"centennial middle school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"At four zero five, it's the big four at four giving it four big blockbuster stories. One of those stories. He'll be an interview that we had with the husband of the woman. Yeah. Who spun out of control on a rescue, at peak, the woman in the video that everybody's watched spinning and spinning and spinning she's on the gurney. Her husband. We'll talk to us. Yeah. I didn't know he was down below. He was on the hike with her watching watching her as he helplessly just stood. And I think we learned a lot about that situation that we didn't know. Yes. You're right. And you'll hear about that, at four oh five. Yeah. All right. You remember anything cool about your yearbook, were you, one of those guys who took the yearbook went around and sign somebody else's yearbook and had a great summer knows? It's awful. No this. There's no telling people, you know, hey, how's it going on living the dream? You're not really trying. No. I actually had people because I was trying to get out of school. I was just trying to head for the door and get out of there as quickly as possible from that hell. So what I did is people would say, hey, you want me to sign your yearbook up too much of a nice guy to go. I'm never going to see you again. So I would actually say, yes. And that's the only reason why I have my book signed by guys. I have no idea or or have never seen, again except Tony Paula Amini. I have seen him. I have seen him Reese. Okay. Anybody in your yearbook, you know, Sarah picture of somebody in black face. Well, I caught it caught me off guard. Anybody I can remember in black fate? No, neither a mostly white school. But nobody in black. Yeah. That happened to valley school district here we go. Here we go. All right. But what is up with kids and black face well, a picture of a student in black face found its way into a middle school yearbook. Is that wrong? And by the way, let me just say this, in this particular incident, is it really black-faced? Okay. Okay. Keep listening book the school in question is centennial middle school in the Kyran school district, the very same school where its principal apologized to students in February for comments, she made about black history month. Oh, the school year, complete memorialize forever and it's yearbook, I am curious, why it they thought it was okay when the cool leafed through her daughters yearbook. This is the picture. She saw on page forty four MAC page forty four. What do you got? Hold on. All right. Cage forty all okay. That guy made most successful, what are you most likely to lead, but a jerk page forty four. Okay. What you have here is a picture of I'll just say it theater. Geeks? And these the're geeks are dressed up in costume with their faces painted okay. But not like minstrels. Not like black people. Not like slaves. Not like wrappers and this one boy has his face painted the color. Black not Brown Brown with white right around the lips. Isn't that different? See, I think Jerry, I think so. But remember, ASU got hammered. What a season or so ago when they showed the blackout and kids put black on their face. Right. And ESPN said, well we shouldn't we shouldn't have shown. Black Faye, not the kids, but he SPN if that was a case, I don't remember. But that's, that's the example that I that I think of if you're an ASU student and team colours are black points. Their uniforms, are they have all different uniform? And at one point they used a black uniform correct. And they said, we want eight black out that means you wear black. It's like the coyotes using a white out. You paint your face whites Hispanic or black guy painted white, is that right? Can you not show it on the NHL network? Yes. Yes. You of course you. But here's the deal that we live in a day and age where everybody's but her over everything and everybody's oh, it's so offensive. Listen, this kid did not paint his face black to make fun of black people. Or to trae somebody. I just didn't know about. No, he painted it black because that was a character in a play. It wasn't a I don't even know if it was a character. It was it was part of the costume. He wasn't playing a black guy. I mean. He wasn't playing of black cat actually. Exactly right. So hiring school district. Of course, they have to have an investigation in this day and age. You got to say you're sorry you gotta have investigation. You gotta take sensitivity classes all that stuff, even if it's a situation like this, where it's, it's clear, at least to me that it wasn't that fame right now. Let me give you another example, ASU, again few years ago. Martin Luther King day, some dopey kids decided to have an. M. L K. Black party, not block part of black part in that, that is where kids some did put black face on, and they dressed on your favorite black person, and they dressed up racially racists. There you go. Okay. That. Yeah. That's different than what happened at the Kyran school district ASU kids who were going out of their way to be racist and have fun and thinking they had fun and to be, you know, controversial in this school some middle school. So the middle school is going to investigate and guess what? They're going to find that somebody put on black paint on their face. And unfortunately guess what the superintendent's going to have to do. She's going to have to apologize because if she stood up and said, we found nothing wrong here. People would still say it was wrong. Home says the Korean school district is making cultural sensitivity and ratification of bias a priority. Yup. The sensitivity classes, even though this was not and I put my hands in quotes air quotes black face. Right. Yeah. What, what did we living in these days? Everything's wrong. Everything's offensive. Bunch of wine. I'm offended so automatically, I have the higher ground. I'm offended by you. That's what my point. That's how you get the higher ground. You just say, I'm offended, I'm offended. That's right. You're right. And unfortunately, people actually take those people serious. Oh, no. You're offended. Let me write you a letter of apology. Let me go on national television and say, oh, I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to offend you right? Even though it was black paint. Yes. Yeah. All right. Coming up next. You see this carjacking on the loop zero to that could have been a bloodbath. Explain next. Drive home informed, and entertained.
"centennial middle school" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Ringmaster James t Harris. There is a this last February is probably going to go down as the worst black history month in black history month history that makes sense I think it did. It was so many things went wrong. The first day of black history month governor Ralph Northam with the yearbook with the black face. He's up there with the in the in the cook cuts Klan outfit. We find out that his nickname was like Coon hunter. The month ended with his wife handing out pieces of cotton too. To black kids are on the tour talking about picking that's all day. It's a slave is terrible. Is terrible. It is so bad that is still extending here. Now, this did take place. Here in the valley once again, and it made the news we at Mr. nail would of the black mothers form. Has has some concerns? And it started out with the community group saying that does centennial middle school. Principal made some remarks about black history month, and they're saying that these are emblematic of a bigger problem over equity and the treatment of black students at the Corinne elementary school district. Okay. Now, the video this in the video was shared by the black mothers forum on Facebook Centennial's principal Michelle Anderson in the midst of giving the delivering the daily announcements began to say that multiple students asked her why the school did not celebrate black history month, right? Then right there. This woman this principle should have just stopped dead in her tracks. But she didn't. Rolling. Every single day..
"centennial middle school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ninety two three FM. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. We gotta take you out to the school district and specifically centennial middle school where some remarks by a principal. How apparently concerns some parents? All right. So do you remember back when you were in middle school junior high high school you had like the morning announcements? Right. Oh, yes. Yes, they were done. But did you think I was gonna ask you? Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Kyoko kyoko. Kyoko? Kyoko Kyoko Kyoko Kyoko. Kyoko Kyoko Kyoko Kyoko. Every single day. I'm gonna steal it from Stevie Z because you know, reminded me. Did you say we were talking about Valentine's Day Allentown knows me. It's every day guys every day. I don't celebrate Valentine's Day. Celebrate my girlfriend. Just one day of the year. I listen. I'm hardly outrage. Let's get one thing straight. But I have a problem with the argument that that we don't celebrate or acknowledge or teach black history month because of we don't do all this other stuff. Like, I don't like that as an excuse. So you're seeing it as an excuse. Yeah. There's a very fine line between excuse an explanation. Okay. Is she tried to give an explanation and not necessarily excuse. I think it's however you wanna frame it. Because the reason why we're talking about this is the video part of the video of which you just heard right there. And we've got more for you. Because I I think the the principal put a little bit of a finer point on it. We'll get to that in a second. But it was shared by the black mothers forum on Facebook. Okay. And these moms I'm gonna say moms because of the black mothers for okay, these moms are feeling as though students at this middle school aren't being supported. Aren't being they're not safe. They say that. I would encourage you to join us as we push for more culturally inclusive safe and supportive learning environment for all of our children. They're making an argument, and apparently they have some anecdotal evidence that. Students of color black kids are punished disproportionately this school than white kids. And that this is part of a more of a bigger problem stemming issue, then that's a problem, and I have no. But I don't know if this is the Trump was going to say the connection between these two things is tenuous at best celebrating teaching black history. But I want to say, I didn't know black history month. I guess everything is controversy. These stays I I remember black history month when I was in school. I really yes. I don't. This would have been Tucson. I guess with where I'm trying to think of where I did it. Maybe I can't remember elementary school junior high school 'cause I remember learning about figures in in American history black figures in American history, George Washington Carver. You know, I, but they were in history you should. You should. But I also acknowledge a hell of a lot of the history books to the Victor, go the spoils. We also don't teach the native Americans version of what happened to this land. Because well, isn't that an indictment on our curriculum and not on the month? That's not being celebrated in schools. I think the bigger problems. Isn't as a chicken mix? So is the month. Black history month example, is it an effort to correct balance the lack of this information the other eleven months out of the year. Now that I would rather it be in the history books and learning it as part of your curriculum because it's important history. Instead of like, oh, do we celebrate a month event was that liberated black history month is no different than affirmative action. Right. I mean, the idea that you have to overcompensate to correct the wrongs of the past. Hi understanding. Correct. You can make that argument. And I think that the argument that this principle Kyran within the elementary school district. This is the centennial medal middle school principal. She didn't just leave it there. We celebrate all cultures every single day, which I would just say, okay. What does it mean to be celebrated? Okay. And how are you celebrating these cultures every day? I doubt that they are. I don't know what that looks. I think celebrating all cultures. Everyday means. We're not doing anything for any of them on any days, you'll probably make that but she goes on..
"centennial middle school" Discussed on KTOK
"Family should ROY this helping their child because of you there is Saint Jude NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. AM k x y FM ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. The president travels to the US Mexico border in Texas. I'm Beth Myers. The end the NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. News center, speaking in mcallen, Texas today. President Trump said that there is a tremendous flight of illegal immigration, drug trafficking and human trafficking at the US Mexico border. They come across the border, and it's a it's a bad thing. And they drive they just go where there's no security where you don't even know the difference between Mexico and the United States. There's no line of demarcation. They just go out and where there's no fencing or walls of any kind. They just make a left into the United States at the White House earlier today, the president said it would be very surprising for him not to declare a national emergency. If he can't make a deal with Democrats to pay for a border wall. Now, the regional food Bank of Oklahoma says those affected by the government shutdown can receive food assistance at more than thirteen hundred community based partner agencies throughout central. And western Oklahoma food Bank CEO, Katie FitzGerald, says no one should be forced to make a choice between paying their rent or buying food for their family. A list of food pantries is available on the regional food Bank website. A trial date has been set for a former Kingston first grade teacher accused of having sex with three male Kingston high school students forty three year old tasha's McKean was arraigned yesterday in Marshall county district court. She is charged with three counts of second degree rape. Her trial is set for September ninth and a student at a broken arrow middle school was arrested today after bringing a pellet gun to school the student at centennial middle school allegedly showed the gun to another student in a threatening manner. In a statement the district says school administrators located the student immediately after being informed and worked in conjunction with broken arrow police the flu season is in full swing. The state health department reporting today that there have been thirteen. Eighteen flu deaths in Oklahoma since the start of the flu season on September. First the average age of the victims seventy five more than three hundred people have been hospitalized. He apparently was ready for a gun battle. It turns out a man with a gun who was shot and wounded by to Oklahoma City police officers this morning was wearing a bulletproof vest. Police say they tried to stop a stolen vehicle this morning and the pursuit ended in the parking lot of Wheeler elementary school on south east twenty fifth street. They say thirty year old Cody long, straight got out of his vehicle with a gun and ran he refused to drop the gun. And when he turned toward officers police say they fired their weapons, and he was hit. He was taken to a hospital. He is expected to recover. He does have a history of drug and firearm convictions, Tulsa police arrested a man last night who they say shot his father in the back during an argument. The victim was taken to a hospital and is expected to be okay. Twenty six year old Zachary Larry. Was booked into jail and aided man got a big surprise Tuesday. When he traveled all the way to uconn to allegedly have sex with a fourteen year old girl, he met on social media. Forty three year old Jason c can actually been communicating with an undercover investigators posing as a young girl, and when he showed up at the chapel ridge apartments in Yukon, he was arrested. Ford.
"centennial middle school" Discussed on KTOK
"Because of you is Saint kid NewsRadio one thousand eighty okay, M, K X y FM ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. The president travels to the US Mexico border in Texas. I'm Beth Myers in the NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. News center, speaking in mcallen, Texas today. President Trump said that there is a tremendous flight of illegal immigration, drug trafficking and human trafficking at the US Mexico border. They come across the border, and it's a it's a bad thing and their drive. They just go where there's no security where you don't even know the difference between Mexico and the United States. There's no line of demarcation. They just go out and where there's no fencing or walls of any kind. They just make left into the United States at the White House earlier today, the president said it would be very surprising for him not to declare a national emergency. If he can't make a deal with Democrats to pay for a border wall. Now, the regional food Bank of Oklahoma says those affected by the government shutdown can receive food assistance at more than thirteen hundred community based partner agencies throughout central. And western Oklahoma food Bank CEO, Katie FitzGerald, says no one should be forced to make a choice between paying their rent or buying food for their family. A list of food pantries is available on the regional food Bank website. A trial date has been set for a former Kingston first grade teacher accused of having sex with three male Kingston high school students forty three year old tasha's McQueen was arraigned yesterday in Marshall county district court. She is charged with three counts of second degree rape. Her trial is set for September ninth and a student at a broken arrow middle school was arrested today after bringing a pellet gun to school the student at centennial middle school allegedly showed the gun to another student in a threatening manner. In a statement the district says school administrators located the student immediately after being informed and worked in conjunction with broken arrow police the flu season is in full swing. The state health department reporting today that there have been thirteen. Eighteen flu deaths in Oklahoma since the start of the flu season on September. First the average age of the victims seventy five more than three hundred people have been hospitalized. He apparently was ready for a gun battle. It turns out a man with a gun who was shot and wounded by to Oklahoma City police officers this morning was wearing a bulletproof vest. Police say they tried to stop a stolen vehicle this morning and the pursuit ended in the parking lot of Wheeler elementary school on south east twenty fifth street. They say thirty year old Cody long street got out of his vehicle with a gun and ran he refused to drop the gun. And when he turned toward officers police say they fired their weapons, and he was hit. He was taken to a hospital. He is expected to recover. He does have a history of drug and firearm convictions, Tulsa police arrested a man last night who they say shot his father in the back during an argument. The victim was taken to a hospital and is expected to be okay. Twenty six year old Zachary Larry. Was booked into jail and Enid man got a big surprise Tuesday. When he traveled all the way to uconn to allegedly have sex with a fourteen year old girl. He met on social media forty Jason c can actually been communicating with an undercover investigator posing as a young girl and what he showed up at the chapel ridge apartments in Yukon. He was arrested. Jiffy.
"centennial middle school" Discussed on WJR 760
"China responds to the administration's latest round of tariffs by putting some increases of their own on sixty billion dollars more American imports. Correspondent Matt rivers says this is a trade war US extended an invitation to the Chinese side last week China has said that they negotiate under the threat of blackmail. But they haven't said that they won't attend these negotiations. That's the only seeming offramp right now, but these negotiations and certainly in jeopardy at this point the funeral is going on for Dan Yan Gibson at the Saint Paul missionary Baptist church in war on the sixteen year old was killed stabbed to death at her school FitzGerald high school in Warren last week, a classmate seventeen year old tunnel Lewis faces I bring murder charges. A twelve year old boy has pleaded guilty to making a threat against his school in south Lyon. He did right there in the school and says he did it plasmids at centennial middle school heard him say he was going to bring an. K forty-seven in and shoot up the place. The next day students told the teacher the twelve year old was charged with a felony charges have been dismissed against a west Michigan woman who faced possible jail time after she took away a cell phone from her fifteen year old daughter as punishment. Jodi may have grand Bill took away the iphone in April after the girl. Got in trouble in school. The mother was arrested on a misdemeanor larceny charge. Your ex husband filed a complaint with the police saying that he owned the phone and she stole the phone from him. Prosecutors determined as her trial was about to start that the girl owned the phone not the dad the prosecutor dropped the charges. WJR news time eleven thirty four. Coming home from Vietnam was really.
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"Of his pilots license this is cbs news connected to the northwest and with a fan and eleven oh three on became it was a lot of red warren at one of the amid ration rallies being held in downtown portland today excels might turner was at the gathering outside jeff mark lease office immigrants and those concerned about the president's order weren't her please office to sign valentine cards that will be forwarded to the senator in dc the guy as he is a syrian grad student for p_i issue has been working with syrian refugees in the area she says many student refugees have a sick aside i'm one of or broke out of their home country i was like and it makes me spent life a lot because now some of their funding back ten you know they need to be starts of eight and right click here of course of course and an intense instance since everything that and chunk on him she's as many syrian students came here to study only to learn they couldn't go home again when the war began like turner offenders one oh one centennial middle school was the target a several early morning break cans last week police say the thing is got in three straight times started wednesday and these burglary is the suspects got an by pry in open and break in windows every single covered had been gone through every single box a little box a staples for example had been open pleased to lead of the three suspects are involved here they year this a five hundred dollar reward now being offered for helping finding these guys in the meantime the school district has hired private security for the campus eleven o four we'll take a look at traffic and weather next on offending is one oh one hiring is the most challenging part.