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Police arrest 3 young boys after two Saskatoon schools vandalized

Police arrested three young boys after two schools in Saskatoon were vandalized overnight.

It’s the second time this week that police responded to multiple calls of schools getting trashed.

It was just after 1 a.m. CST when officers were called to Pleasant Hill Community School on the 200 block of Avenue S S. They arrived to find someone had smashed in the glass by the main entranceway to get into the school.

They were investigating that scene when a second call came in that a break-and-enter was in progress at King George Community School, about nine blocks away on the 700 block of Avenue K S.

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Parents Accused of Child Abuse After Dad ‘Pranks’ Kids for YouTube Views

YouTube has created a path to success that didn’t exist a decade ago. Now teenagers can make millions of dollars showing how they do their makeup, families can make a fortune producing goofy rap songs about parenting, and an anonymous lady who just unwraps toys made $5 million in a single year. That sort of success is extremely rare, but people know it exists, and that is causing some problems because YouTube video production is a largely unregulated industry. If you wanted to send your children to Hollywood to be actors or put them in commercials or on reality TV, there are laws and regulations in place to protect them and their money.

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Woman attempted to drown baby after breakup

A Tucson woman was arrested Friday night in connection with the attempted drowning of her 9-month-old baby, according to the Tucson Police Department.

Leina Beckner, 28, was arrested on suspicion of attempted second-degree murder and child abuse, police said.

Shortly before 5 p.m. Friday, the Tucson Fire Department responded to reports of a possible child drowning near Ajo Way and Benson Highway.

Officials began administering first aid until paramedics arrived and took the baby to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said.

Detectives arrived at the scene and learned the father of the baby had ended his relationship with Beckner that day and that she had said she was going to kill the baby and herself, police said.

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2 arrested after mother says son left on school bus

The bus driver and bus attendant who allegedly left a special needs child on a Monroe City school bus have been arrested.

34-year-old Christopher Yates and 55-year-old Vicky Hampton have been charged with one count of felony cruelty to juveniles. Police say Yates performed a check of the bus he was driving after returning to the Monroe City bus barn on Auburn Lane, but did not check underneath the seats.

They say Yates told them that the child had climbed under the seats in the past. Yates’ bond was set at one thousand dollars.

Hampton also gave a deposition to police saying that she left the bus early before the bus was parked when they got back to the bus barn.

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Parents voice safety concerns after large fight at East Allegheny HS

Parents filled the room to voice their concern for their children’s safety after a large fight broke out last Friday at East Allegheny High School in North Versailles.

Several parents told the school board that how they handled the fight was not acceptable and said the school isn’t safe.

“I shouldn’t be hearing from teachers that they are afraid to come to school. I shouldn’t be hearing from students that they are petrified to come to school,” one parent told Channel 11’s Catherine Varnum.

Parents were not notified about the fight until Monday. Parents were about threats on social media saying that there would be a shooting at the school.

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Vigil held for 10-year-old girl who died after being found in hotel pool

A vigil was held Tuesday evening for a 10-year-old girl who died Friday night after she was found unresponsive in a pool at a Monroeville hotel.

Keaozjae Brown, of Homestead, was found in the pool at the Hampton Inn on Mosside Boulevard just before 7 p.m. Friday, authorities said. She was taken to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, where she died about 9 p.m.

Tuesday’s vigil was held outside the hospital and included a balloon release.

Lakeila Brown, Keaozjae’s mother, told Channel 11 News that her family was at the hotel for a party when a family member rushed to tell her that her daughter was receiving CPR.

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Mum raises awareness of bullying after seven-year-old son is hospitalised with head wounds

The mum of a seven-year-old boy who was continuously bullied at school has taken to Facebook to raise awareness after he was hospitalised with head wounds.

Seven-year-old Jak had complained of bullies at his school in Telford to his mum, but despite talking to the school she had been unable to stop the latest attack happening.

On a Facebook page called ‘Justice for Jak’, his mum has posted an upsetting account of what she has already been through to get help for her son, who was left with a serious head injury after ‘the bully was hitting my son in school and pushed him so hard he hit his head on a metal pole’.

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Kym Marsh: I was victim of ‘catfishing’ scam after man believed we were dating

The star – who plays Michelle Connor in the soap – has spoken about her identity being used online. Coronation Street star Kym Marsh has revealed a man thought he was in a relationship with her for 10 years after he was duped online in a ‘catfishing’ scam. The actress said her identity was used to lure a man into believing they were dating via the internet, and she also revealed her eldest daughter has also been used as bait. Read More….

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14-month-old girl on life support after being shaken, police say

A 14-month-old girl is on life support after she was shaken, San Antonio police said.

Javiele Frias, 22, could face enhanced charges if the girl dies, authorities said.

Sandra Pickell, a spokeswoman for the San Antonio Police Department, said the child remained on life support as of Wednesday morning. Doctors said that they do not expect her to survive.

Pickell said investigators believe that Frias caused the baby’s injuries Monday evening.

They arrested him after answering a call for help at an apartment complex in the 1700 block of Pleasanton Road.

Frias initially told officers that the child fell off a bed while she was in his care.

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Forty percent of Americans more cautious with email after election hacking

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Forty percent of Americans say they are more cautious about what they write in emails since last year’s cyber attacks against the Democratic Party, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday. The March 11-20 opinion survey showed that a …

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