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Published: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 @ 11:46 AM
The leader of Ohio’s Department of Higher Education and state legislators will on Wednesday visit Clark State Community College.
While there, they will discuss the impact of Ohio’s college credit plus program at 1:30 p.m. in the Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center on the Leffel Lane campus in Springfield, according to the school.
Chancellor John Carey will be joined by State Rep. Rick Perales, State Rep. Kyle Koehler and State Rep. Bill Dean.
Administrators from the Clark-Shawnee School District, the Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center and the Global Impact STEM Academy will join state leaders in discussion, according to Clark State.
College credit plus allows high school students to complete college classes before graduating. It also allows high school students to explore areas of study as they prepare to seek their college degree, according to the state.
Several college credit plus students will attend Wednesday’s meeting in order to share their experiences in the program, according to Clark State.
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Published: Sunday, June 24, 2018 @ 5:12 PM
SPRINGFIELD TWP. — We are hearing reports of a vehicle accident on I-70 eastbound at U.S. 68.
Initial reports involve a possible camper trailer into a median, and blocking two lanes.
We have a crew on the way, and will update this page when more information becomes available.
Published: Sunday, June 24, 2018 @ 9:00 AM
SAN FRANCISCO — A white woman who appeared to call the police on a biracial girl selling bottled water to raise money for a Disneyland trip has gone viral, sparking the hashtag #PermitPatty.
According to USA Today, the girl's mother, Erin Austin, captured the alleged phone call on video, which has been viewed millions of times since it was posted Saturday. She said the incident occurred outside her apartment near AT&T Stadium in San Francisco.
"This woman don't want to let a little girl sell some water," Austin says in the 15-second clip, focusing the camera on a woman holding a phone. "She's calling the police on a 8-year-old little girl."
As the woman, identified by HuffPost as Alison Ettel, crouches behind a concrete wall, Austin adds: "You can hide all you want; the whole world's gonna see you, boo."
"And illegally selling water without a permit? Yeah," Ettel says, pointing to her phone.
"On my property," Austin interjects.
"It's not your property," Ettel replies.
"Make this [expletive] go viral like #bbqbecky," Austin captioned the video, referring to the hashtag used after a different woman was recorded calling the police on a black family for using a charcoal grill at an Oakland park. "She's #permitpatty."
The posts sparked a debate about whether Ettel's actions were racist.
"For all of you saying it's not about race why didn't she stop to harass the white [men] that [were] selling tickets and teeshirts but thought calling the police on a child was okay?" Lee tweeted. "Don't answer. Just ask yourself that."
For all of you saying it's not about race why didn't she stop to harass the white mean that we're selling tickets and teeshirts but thought calling the police on a child was okay? Don't answer. Just ask yourself that.— Raj 🌹 (@_ethiopiangold) June 23, 2018
"I didn't think in San Francisco my biracial child would have to go through something like this," Austin told KNTV.
Ettel told HuffPost that race had nothing to do with it, adding that she didn't really call the police.
"They were screaming about what they were selling," Ettel said, claiming she had no problem with the girl, only Austin. "It was literally nonstop."
She added: "I completely regret that I handled that so poorly. It was completely stress-related, and I should have never confronted her."
The drama seemed to have a happy ending for Austin's daughter, who received four free tickets to Disneyland from a Twitter user who saw the video, Lee tweeted.
Published: Sunday, June 24, 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Updated: Sunday, June 24, 2018 @ 4:32 PM
— It’ll be a touch warmer as most of us get in the lower 80s. Partly cloudy skies are expected and while most will stay dry, a stray shower or storm cannot be ruled out, said Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar.
Tonight: Decreasing clouds are expected this evening and overnight. Temperatures will drop into the lower to middle 60s.
Monday: Mostly sunny skies are expected. Rain should stay just to our south, though those in Butler, Warren & Clinton counties may see a stray shower. Highs will be in the lower 80s.
Tuesday: A dry start is expected with highs in the middle 80s, chance for rain returns in the later afternoon and evening.
Wednesday: A few showers likely, maybe a few storms as well. Highs will be in the middle 80s.
Thursday: A hot day expected with partly cloudy skies, highs in the upper 80s.
Friday: A few more clouds are expected, It’ll be another hot day with highs in the lower 90s.
Published: Saturday, June 23, 2018 @ 5:22 PM
Nielsen, 54, announced her pregnancy last month with husband Mattia Dessi.
“We are overjoyed to welcome our beautiful daughter into our lives,” the couple told People. “It’s been a long road, and so worth it. We’ve never been more in love.”
People reported the couple named the new baby, who weighed in at 5 lbs. 9 oz., Frida.