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A Wrangell High School and Ketchikan High School wrestler competed in a game earlier this season at Thunder Mountain High School in Juneau. (Klas Stolpe) Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – The Alaska School Activities Association Region V Executive Committee has warned Ketchikan High School of possible sanctions for failing to follow Region V policies regarding measures …

School trustees from the Waterloo Region District School Board have approved a new human rights policy. There was no discussion of the new policy on Monday evening as the directors approved the minutes of the last committee meeting on April 19, formally putting the new policy in place. Deepa Ahluwalia, human rights and equity advisor …

If the charges against ex-Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the May 25 death of George Floyd seem unknown, it’s because some of them don’t exist in New York City. Different states have different laws and in the case of Chauvin, 45, all charges force the jury to conclude that Chauvin’s actions were a “significant …

The York Region District School Board (YRDSB) said its public health department should consider closing schools and switching to online learning as the number of COVID-19 cases increases daily. The YRDSB says the decision to close schools for in-person learning rests with the local public unit or the Ford government and Education Minister Stephen Lecce. …

ALBANY – With Governor Andrew Cuomo signing on Wednesday, New Yorkers 21 and older can now own up to 3 ounces of marijuana and smoke it anywhere smoking and vaping are permitted. This is just one piece of legislation passed in the Assembly and Senate to legalize recreational marijuana in New York City, which joins …