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25098143 Updated: August 28, 2013 1:34PM With the Board of Education poised to approve Chicago Public Schools' $6.6 billion budget, a few hundred protesters gathered Wednesday to take a final stand against cuts and call for an elected school board.
Suggested Topics The Court of Appeal will review the sentence of a paedophile who was allowed to walk free after his 13-year-old victim was branded "predatory" by the prosecuting barrister. Neil Wilson, 41, received a 12-month jail sentence suspended
Neil Wilson, 41, was convicted earlier this month at Snaresbrook Crown Court of sexual activity with the girl, making indecent images of a child and possession of an extreme pornographic image. Wilson was given a 12-month suspended sentence,
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Teen terrified by "spare-the-rod-spoil-the-child" parents Lauren Forcella Straight Talk TNT Posted: 08/27/2013 12:02:17 AM PDT Updated: 08/27/2013 12:02:17 AM PDT Dear Straight Talk: I have an incredibly bad relationship with my parents.
CPS has designated "Safe Passage" routes with yellow signs before school opens on Monday. Alex Wroblewski~Sun-Times Updated: August 26, 2013 12:13AM The eyes of the city will be on Chicago Public Schools Safe Passage routes Monday morning as
Thousands of Chicago Public Schools students are heading to new schools as the third-largest district in the nation embarks on what Mayor Rahm Emanuel has called "a new beginning." Many students will walk newly designated "Safe Passage" routes Monday.
The agency charged with protecting West Virginia's children from abuse and neglect suffers from high staff turnover, consistently fails to do timely investigations and appears unwilling to fix its many shortcomings, according to a legislative audit.
A toddler died Friday evening when she climbed a pool ladder and fell into a backyard swimming pool, police said Monday. The child was identified as Rylee Tackett, 2, who died at Texas Health Harris Methodist H-E-B...Her time of death was reported at
Police keep protesters at bay as crews prepare the Whittier Elementary School fieldhouse for demolition. Sun-Times Photo by Maudlyne Ihejirika Updated: August 17, 2013 10:19AM The demolition of the Whittier Elementary School fieldhouse in Pilsen