HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — After months of daily rehabilitation, a life-changing surgery and more roadblocks on the road to recovery, 8-year-old Cooper Roberts is back home. Cooper was paralyzed waist down in the July 4 Highland Park Parade shooting. According to his family's update on his GoFundMe Page, Cooper is finally back home and trying to 
Congressman Brad Schneider presented 11 leaders with flags that flew over the U.S. Capitol.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) -- New safety protocols will be in place when Mooresville High School hosts its next home football game Friday night, the school district announced Wednesday. District officials said they are making changes to protocols for home games at Coach Popp Stadium to “create a better and safer atmosphere for our 
After several episodes of gun violence near high school football games throughout the region, officials are taking new measures to keep spectators and players safe.
After spending more than two months in hospitals and rehabilitation facilities, Cooper Roberts is finally home. The 8-year-old was wounded in the Highland Park parade shooting on July 4 that killed seven people.
Cooper Roberts was reunited with his twin brother, Luke, four other siblings, and French bulldog, George.
After a series of surgeries and months of care and recovery, Cooper Roberts is back at home.
Starting with the 2022-2023 school year, parents of Minnesota students can have better peace of mind when it comes to their schools’ seizure response protocols.
What was supposed to be a positive start to the school year quickly turned sour for a Castle Park High School sophomore. “He was pretty excited and eager to see friends again and that kind of thing, and then it just kind of, a few weeks later, he’s on crutches,” said Aysha Ali, the sophomore’s mom. Ali says that on August 9 her son broke his ankle during P.E. class. “They were doing high knees across the blacktop and on one of the step-downs that he did, he broke his ankle on a...
Brian Scott is Highland Central School District’s new School Resource Officer. Scott has come on board through an agreement with the Town of Lloyd, which was approved during a Board of Education meeting in August. Scott is a veteran police officer with more than 20 years of experience in law enforcement. He is also a […]
"It's not like COVID-19 turns off during the school day and then turns on for after school," one parent said.
The Cleveland Metropolitan has added an array of new technology this year, such as wifi on buses, a universal identification badge, and more.