Summary The Broken Bow School Board made this unusual decision after a student requested it last year, but didn't get approval in time for the yearbook deadline. Besides that, there's no good reason why a student should have to pose with his gun for a graduation portrait -- we're not talking about a photo of the hunting club or some other extracurricular activity offered at the school.
Summary The school board unanimously voted 6-0 on Monday to allow students aged 17 and 18 at Broken Bow Public Schools to pose with weapons. Superintendent Mark Sievering told MailOnline that the policy was brought in because of the 'climate and culture' in the rural region.
Summary At Broken Bow High School in Nebraska seniors engaging in shooting as a competitive sport are now allowed to pose with guns for their yearbook portraits just as a football player might choose to hold up a game winning ball, according to school principal Rusty Kluender.
Summary An undated school yearbook photo shows 29-year-old Amber Joy... A. Plasma, the clear part of the blood, contains antibodies. The Texas Department of State Health Services said Oct. 12, 2014, that a health-care worker who provided hospital care for the first patient to die from Ebola in the United States has tested positive for the virus.
Summary A Oklahoma woman went to the El Chico restaurant and had dinner and drinks. When it came time to pay the bill she told her server that her husband was on the way to pick up the tab. Last year a student tried to do it and was denied his place in the yearbook.
Summary That price will get you the entire 60th floor - or 12,846 square feet- of the Millennium Tower, which plans to open in the summer of 2016. A one-bedroom home in the tower will start at $850,000.
Summary According to a complaint filed in court, Stork is legally blind. BAYOU LA BATRE, Alabama -- Police arrested a legally blind Irvington woman on Wednesday afternoon after she allegedly got into a car and struck a 64-year-old man on a bicycle, according to a complaint filed in court on Thursday.
Summary A federal grand jury in London, Kentucky, on Thursday named state Democratic Rep. Keith Hall of Phelps and former state mine reclamation inspector Kelly Shortridge in a scheme to ensure Hall's mines passed inspection. "The conduct alleged in the indictment is an unacceptable breach of the public trust," U.S. Attorney Kerry B. Harvey said in a statement.
Summary U.S. District Judge John Lee told a Thursday hearing in Chicago he's worried about the vast scope of the $75 million agreement that offers medical tests for former and current athletes. Under the agreement, athletes would forfeit rights to sue the NCAA for a single, massive damages payout.