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Patterson students taken to Rosenwald due to police situation


Carlos Beruff speaks out on political correctness, campaign trail


Avoid the food temperature 'danger zone'


At the bowling lane special needs meets special detail


Tax season may be over but IRS scams are not


Bay Haven Charter Academy CEO says the lawsuit is still active, the administrators' attorney says it was dropped


Dance like no one's watching: Special group uses song and dance to say thank you


West Bay Elementary promotes first class since reopening


Walton Commissioners discuss stop signs, Highway 331 landscaping and pet-friendly restaurants


Special Report: Hurricane season approaches, get prepared now


City awards Jenks Ave. widening contract to GAC Contractors, case will head to court


Some say the state's "tough on crime" slogan is outdated and costing taxpayers


Holmes County church broken into...several items of value stolen


A step back in time with Bill Hudson


Twitter changes mean more room to tweet


Morning Sports Wrap: May 24, 2016


Kate Smith Elementary School enters final week on old campus


Semi-truck driver charged with careless driving after falling asleep at the wheel


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Schools Take On 'Skinny' Jeans

A North Carolina school district is considering banning "skinny jeans" in an upcoming dress code revision, and that's not going over well with students. WECT's Amanda Weston reports.

Grandparents Charged in Kids' Mistaken Shootings

"Most of the time, children know where they are, even if parents think they don't."

Power Outage Leaves Most of Downtown Seattle in the Dark

Powerless traffic signals caused delays for buses and the light rail, and employees in the city's commercial district were forced to stop working.

FDA Takes More Time on Muscular Dystrophy Drug Approval

Federal health regulators will take more time to review a highly contested drug for muscular dystrophy.

Pro-LGBT Shirt Lands Student In Hot Water

Texas teen sent home over "Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!" t-shirt says school's dress code isn't being upheld evenly. KCEN's Stephen Adams reports.