Most Active Stories
- What Kentucky Teachers Think Of Their Schools, Education Department Releases Survey Results
- MSU's Presidential Search Committee Plans to Use National Search Firm
- MSU Board of Regents Approves Dr. Tim Miller as Interim President
- Kentucky to Raise Gas Tax in July
- Survey Finds McConnell Leading Over Democratic Challengers
Mon September 10, 2012
morning cram [Chicago no school day edition]
Teachers in Chicago walked off the job Monday after contract negotiations fell through, leaving 400,000 students in the nation's third-largest district shut out of their classrooms.
TN: Tennessee prison sentences are shorter than most. Renew your drivers license all by yourself.
KY: Murray State students are robbed, get in a fight over the weekend. Medical board appointments hang in the balance, and KY courthouses are getting more money. Secretary of State visits the Middle East. Ponti will stay another three years at the Paducah Symphony. Dorm fire suspect back in court again.
MO: The KKK sues Cape Girardeau, with the ACLU's help.
Sports: MSU < Central Arkansas