A married North Carolina teacher and junior varsity cheerleading coach was arrested Wednesday after allegedly having a sexual relationship with a male student. Katherine Ross Ridenhour, 23, an educator at Cox Mill High School in Concord, N.C., allegedly had a consensual relationship with a 17-year-old male student, FOX46 reported. The Concord Police Department said Ridenhour and the student had “inappropriate contact” several times during the last month and a half at the school, FOX46 reported. Ridenhour was hired by the district in Aug. 2016 as a family consumer and science teacher. She resigned from her position Tuesday. The Charlotte Observer reported Ridenhour graduated from Liberty University
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The NBA has its own Fight Club rules. Nobody throws live punches in Fight Club. (C’mon Bobby Portis.) Don’t accidentally club your own teammates (looking at you, Kelly Oubre), don’t leave the bench to get a cheap shot in or break up a fight and nobody walks away from a team scuffle (more on that later).
President Donald Trump's base hasn't abandoned him, but at least one poll this week found support had slipped slightly among Republicans. The latest weekly survey from Lucid found 71.85 percent of Republicans approved of the job Trump was doing as president. That's a decent result but not exactly stellar popularity among one's own party. It also represented a more than 3 percentage point drop from the week prior, when Trump registered 75.21 percent approval among Republicans. Overall, the latest Lucid survey pegged Trump's approval rating at just 35 percent. While the Lucid survey found Trump's support among Republicans had fallen, the latest poll from Survey Monkey found it held steady. The
On Thursday, a 32-year-old Florida man was convicted of the 2014 quadruple murders of his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her parents, according to news reports.
A U.S. warship collided with a Japanese commercial tug boat in Japan's Sagami Bay on Saturday, marking the fifth time this year that a ship in the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet in the Pacific has been involved in a crash. The Japanese tug boat lost propulsion and drifted into the USS Benfold during a towing exercise. The U.S. guided-missile destroyer sustained minimal damage, and there were no reported injuries on either vessel, according to a press release from the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet. The USS Benfold, which is awaiting a full damage assessment, remains at sea under its own power. The incident will be investigated, the 7th Fleet said. Here's a look at previous crashes involving U.S. Navy warships
Humans have been getting high on marijuana for millennia, and there has never been a recorded case of a fatal overdose.