LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A physical education teacher at Carthay Center Elementary School outraged parents and upset students when he stripped naked on campus Friday and proceeded to chase nearby second-graders and fifth-graders.
“He was supposed to be helping them learn P.E., run around and have fun,” one parent told CBS2’s Adrianna Weingold. “But he undressed and started chasing the kids while he was naked, and then the kids ducked and dodged, ran into some of the classrooms and got safe haven that way.”
A powerful earthquake, with an initial estimated magnitude of 8.2, struck southeast of Alaska shores shortly after 12:30 a.m. Tuesday.
According to the USGS, the quake was centered 278 kilometers, or approximately 175 miles, southeast of Kodiak.
New York has an “assault weapons” ban, a “high capacity” magazine ban, universal background checks, and “gun violence” costs of over $5.6 billion a year.
In other words, gun control is not working in New York, just as it has not worked in Chicago or Baltimore.
The annual cost of “gun violence” was put forth via a study by Gabby Giffords’ gun control group and published by New York Daily News.
Indian villagers were so excited by a frozen “meteor” that crashed into a farmer’s field Saturday that a few gathered pieces of the rock and stashed them in their refrigerators.
Meteorites can be worth thousands of dollars, but this unidentified falling object was not from outer space.
Naomi Parker Fraley, the real “Rosie the Riveter,” died Saturday, the New York Times reports.
Though Fraley’s name remained obscure for most of her 96 years, her likeness became an iconic symbol during World War II.
A Florida Man who twice called 911 to report that his wife was a “black widow spider” was arrested early yesterday for misuse of the police emergency system, records show.
William Rutger, a 61-year-old Tarpon Springs resident, first called 911 around 1:30 AM Tuesday and told a police operator that his spouse was an arachnid.
The Brooks–McFarland feud was a family feud that took place between 1896 and 1902, in what is now the state of Oklahoma. It began after the death of Thomas Brooks on August 24, 1896. The Brooks family blamed the McFarlands and from there followed a series of confrontations that culminated in a historic shootout at Spokogee on September 22, 1902. During the shootout, Willis Brooks and two others were killed while a fourth man was seriously wounded. The feud ended about three weeks later, on October 10, 1902, when Jim McFarland was ambushed and killed near his home. According to the author Edward Herring: “The deaths of Willis Brooks and Jim McFarland signaled the end of an era when disputes were settled with gun smoke and hot lead. With them also died the old feud.”
The U.S. Navy’s newest warship, the USS Little Rock (LCS-9), was expected to be well on its way to its new home port in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, at this point, but it became trapped in ice in Montreal and it may not budge until spring.
After sodden hillsides thundered into Montecito, obliterating scores of homes and killing nearly two dozen people, seven days went by before President Trump first acknowledged the disaster.
Even then, word came not from Trump, but from his press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who noted in a two-sentence statement that the president “has been briefed and will continue to monitor the mudslides.”
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) files obtained by Judicial Watch reveal that the dad, maternal grandpa and father-in-law of President Obama’s trusted senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, were hardcore Communists under investigation by the U.S. government.