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California lawmaker proposes parents get paid time off for kids' school activities

Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D- Los Angeles, proposed a bill last week that would give parents paid time off from work to attend school activities for their children, according to KTLA. >> Read more trending stories The bill, AB 2405, would allow parents three paid days off a year, or 24 ...

School lunches: Here’s what your kids will be eating if this bill passes

A bipartisan Senate agreement expected to be voted on Wednesday will include some changes to the meals your children will be offered at school, and it may be changes that would bring them to the table.

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University sends 450 mistaken acceptance brochures

More than 450 students received acceptance brochures to Texas State University last month only to be told it was a mistake. University spokesman Jayme Blaschke said that on March 27, an outside vendor accidentally mailed acceptance brochures to hundreds of students with incomplete admissions applications. Some of those students have ...

Teacher returns to job after video shows her dragging boy down hallway

A teacher is back on the job after dragging a 6-year-old boy down a school hallway in Kentucky. Surveillance video shows teacher Ashley Silas dragging the first grader to the principal’s office. Silas said the boy refused to walk on his own after being disruptive and threatening another student. Silas ...

APS cheating scandal as the AJC reported it

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's investigative reporters broke the story about widespread cheating on tests in Atlanta Public Schools in December, 2008, and we've continued digging ever since.

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Stories from the KRMG Morning News with Joe Kelley

We know the KRMG Morning News moves fast. There are stories and information flying right out of the radio at you and sometimes you might just catch something out of the corner of your ear that you want to hear again. No worries, we have your back on that. Check ...

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Cox communications launches Cox TV online!

You're a busy person. You work, travel, care for kids, and try to stay informed. All this time, you may miss some of your favorite TV shows. But what if you could watch just about anything you can find on Cox cable, right on your computer?  Well now you can. ...

Your reaction to the death of Osama Bin Laden

It almost seems odd. To "celebrate" the death of another human being is not something we are familiar with but the news late Sunday night of the death of Osama Bin Laden brought mostly positive response. United States Navy seals stormed the compound Bin Laden was hiding in, took control, ...

Obama birth certificate released by the White House

You asked for it, you got it, finally. The White House has released the long form birth certificate of President Barak Obama after months of arguments about whether the President was really born in the United States. So called "birthers" have long claimed that Obama was botn outside the borders ...

Tulsa Metro Chamber to be involved with city council elections

It's not a surprise to any of us when we hear the Tulsa city council and Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett are at odds. The two sides have been, at best, testy with each other on almost every issue. But some heads whipped around here at KRMG when we heard that ...

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