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Georgia School gives back paddling to punish students – when parents give consent

A Georgia school is meant to go back kayaking to punish students. (IStock) A school in Georgia who takes discipline for their students "very seriously" has transposed a criminal policy where parents can agree that their children meet with a paddle. Georgia's School of Innovation and Classics, in Hephzibah, sent consent to student homes, which recently demanded that parents choose …

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Marine Corps sergeant mysterious killings in California leave wife "speechless", answering answers

Christopher Truax Jr., a US Marine Corps serial, was killed on September 7, 2018. (Courtesy Alexia Truax) Wife of Christopher Truax Jr., an active serving as the US Marine Corps sergeant who was killed in the head over the weekend in California talks about the "remarkable" 21-year-old hoping to find her murderer. Deputies found Truax bleeding from a shot wound …

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Missouri to begin applying abortion rules after settling in trial, officials say | Local

The latest developments in a trial challenging Missouri's surgical abortion regulations could soon stop abortion services at Planned Parenthood's Columbia site. A three-panel panel in the US 8th Circuit Appeals Court left a preliminary ban that allowed Planed Parenting to carry out abortions when the organization fights court regulations, according to a press release from Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri. …

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Hurricane Florence promps mandatory evacuations

Florence was upgraded twice Monday, from categories 3 to 4, leading to evacuation orders in coastal areas in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Remembering the historic storms that destroyed the American Gulf Coast and Puerto Rico last year, residents settled at home, formed long lines at gas stations and emptied the shelves of hardware stores and supermarkets. Officials warned …

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Attorney for Couples Feeding with the Samaritan: Prosecution Probably

TRENTON, NJ (AP) – A New Jersey couple investigated after a good Samaritan accused them of engaging in some of the $ 400,000 in online donations they grew up for him are likely to be accused, their lawyer Monday. Ernest Badway represents Mark D & amp; Amico and Katelyn McClure in a civil case against Johnny Bobbitt. The lawyer said …

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Hurricane Florence: The Washington region is preparing for a drainage

Morning water flood left King and Union Streets underwater Monday in Alexandria. (Matt McClain / Washington Post) Michael E. Ruane Reporter covering local news, Washington institutions and historical topics September 10 at 18:41 Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday ordered evacuation of approximately 245,000 inhabitants in flooded areas as Hurricane Florence strengthened on its way to the east coast. The …

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Hurricane Florence thin against the United States as South Carolina orders evacuation of the entire coast

South Carolina residents have been ordered to evacuate from the coast when the state prepares the hurricane of Florence to make landfalls later this week. .gov. Henry McMaster Monday mandate to mandate eight counties along the coast – Horry, Georgetown, Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley, Colleton, Beaufort and Jasper – evacuate by noon. An estimated 1 million people are expected to evolve …

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Hospital releases bank security victims

CINCINNATI (AP) – The latest on Sept. 6 scots in a Cincinnati bank building (all times locally): 4:30 A Cincinnati hospital says one of two people who survived shots in a center building attack has been released. The University of Cincinnati Medical Center would not identify the released patient, referring to confidentiality restrictions. But Whitney Austin's husband said earlier on …

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