A former middle school gym teacher was arrested Monday for a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Monday. Shawnetta D. Reece, 40, of Blairsville, was sexually involved with the student in 2013, the agency said in a news release. Reece was arrested after the Union County Sheriff’s Office received information on the alleged relationship, and asked the GBI to assist with the investigation. “The student was moving from the 8th grade into the 9th grade during this time,” the news release stated. “As a result of the investigation, Reece has been arrested for child molestation and sexual assault by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority.”
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Gianno Caldwell, a Republican pundit, was skeptical of Donald Trump’s original run for president, but he came to be one of Trump’s most outspoken supporters. During an interview Wednesday morning on Fox News about President Trump’s outrageous press conference, his outlook changed dramatically. Caldwell was identified as a Republican political analyst, and he was introduced to the segment with a question about the “good people on both sides of the debate” about the fate of Confederate statues, but he did not take the bait. “I come today with a very heavy heart,” he started. “Last night, I couldn’t sleep at all because President Trump, our president, has literally betrayed the conscience of our
Ric Edelman is the founder and executive chairman of Edelman Financial Services, one of the nation's leading financial advising firms, and author of the new book "The Truth About Your Future: The Money Guide You Need Now, Later, and Much Later." Ric says the notion of retirement is gone. Following is a transcript of the video. The notion that you're born, go to school, get a job, retire, die. That's gone. You’re not going to do that anymore. Life expectancy is most likely going to be extended dramatically, meaning you may very well live to 110 or 120. The notion of retiring at 65 and living 120 there's no way you're going to be able to afford a life of leisure for 50 or 60 years. The notion
Call it the curious incident of the dog in the courtroom. TV magistrate Judith Sheindlin presided over a canine ownership dispute in a recent episode of Judge Judy, and her no-nonsense solution is going viral. In a video recap of the episode, a woman claims to have legally purchased the dog in question, while the opposing litigant maintains that the animal is his. To get to the bottom of the mystery, Sheindlin orders the diminutive dog be carried into the courtroom and then turns it loose. “Put the dog down,” she commands. As soon as the dog hits the ground, it scampers over to the male litigant and bounces up and down in excitement. “He does that to everybody,” the woman protests, but Sheindlin
Given that many of us pay upwards of $20 per boutique fitness class, it makes sense we’d trust our instructors to keep our bodies safe no matter the difficulty level involved. So we were curious what those same instructors would advise us against doing, whether because we’re likely to do it wrong or because it’s just not as good for us as we thought. We asked the experts, and here are eight maneuvers you might want to avoid, according to those who know best.
For most children, adjusting to life in preschool can be a difficult task; unfortunately this was no different for poor Mila. The two-year-old wasn’t impressed after her first day at preschool. Although she had her heart set on law school, the ambitious toddler was less than impressed with the antics that followed during her first day. After stapler-throwing fights and scissor chases, Mila knew the perfect way to restore calmness in the classroom. Credit: Katie Stauffer via Storyful