A Texas high school science teacher is suspended from her job following her arrest Monday on a felony charge of having an improper relationship with a 17-year-old male student, PEOPLE confirms. Sarah M. Fowlkes, 27, faces a possible punishment of two to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000 if convicted of the second-degree felony, Lockhart, Texas, Police Chief Ernest Pedraza tells PEOPLE. It was not clear if Fowlkes has an attorney or has entered a plea, and a call to the Caldwell County, Texas, District Attorney’s Office was not immediately returned.
As a vehicle carrying tourists made its way past a lion enclosure in the Serengeti Safari section of the Estrella Biopark in Montemorelos, Mexico, a lioness went into a crouching position as if stalking the visitors. Then it decided to attack, which was a horrible idea by Elsa the lioness, as footage captured by tourist Jan Adrian Diaz proves: The lioness obviously underestimated its leaping ability as it fell into the large moat that surrounds the enclosure and keeps tourists safe for instances such as these. Elsa wasn’t even close to reaching the other side of the trench. The male lion, meanwhile, remained lying in its position, no doubt unimpressed by the lioness’ antics. A park spokesperson
Washington (CNN)President Trump's son is criticizing the mayor of London in the immediate aftermath of an attack in the city that killed four and wounded about 40 on the grounds of the UK Parliament. Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., manages the Trump Organization and has no role in the White House, but he remains an occasional surrogate for his father. The younger Trump also occasionally calls out the President's political opponents on Twitter, the venue he chose Wednesday to weigh in on the incident in Britain. "You have to be kidding me?!" Trump Jr. tweeted, as he shared an article from The Independent, and paraphrased its headline as: "Terror attacks are part of living in big city, says London
March 22 (UPI) -- A New Zealand fisherman captured video of his encounter with a large great white shark that stalked his boat for several minutes. Sean McCormack said he was fishing in the early afternoon in his small boat off Red Beach, north of Auckland, when the shark swam up to his boat and took the burley bag he was using to lure fish to his location. McCormack said the shark, which he captured on video, appeared to be about as long as his 12-foot boat. "It totally freaked me out," he told One News Now. "I was trembling like a schoolgirl. I was totally adrenalized, mate." He said the shark broke his line, stole his catch, and knocked into his boat with its tail before swimming away. McCormack
This season of Survivor: Game Changers has already been full of surprises, and Wednesday night's episode had the most shocking surprise yet. Before the tribes battled it out in the immunity challenge, Jeff Probst informed them that only the winning tribe would be safe and the other two tribes would go to tribal council, where they would vote off one person. When Mana and Nuku lost out on the competition, they went back to their camps and started hashing out the possible outcomes of tribal council. Although, once they got to tribal council, all of that went out the window as complete chaos ensued. Paranoia swept across the tribes and everyone started getting up and having secret conversations. It was unlike any tribal council before it, and even Probst was shocked by what was happening. Once everyone was done running around, trying to figure out what to do, Probst said it was time to vote, but Hali followed that up with, "I didn't consent," as she wasn't quite ready to vote. After Sandra assured her that it was fine, Hali said, "Alright. You may regret it, but I'll go." And Sandra would end up regretting it because just when you thought the tribal council couldn't get any crazier, Tai pulled out an idol and gave it to Sierra, whose name was written down by Sandra and the rest of her tribe. So with Sierra's votes being cancelled out, and Malcolm being the only other person to get votes, he was the one who had his torch extinguished.
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