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Parents, teachers mad with Roosevelt School District changes1m30s

Parents, teachers mad with Roosevelt School District changes

The potential loss of a critical resource is creating a divide at a Valley school district that is pitting teachers and parents against the superintendent. Parents and teachers are upset at the thought of the cut of long-term substitute teachers which could cost some school programs, like art and music classes, s well as force students into larger class sizes.

Published: September 20, 2017
Dem Congressman Says Trump May Offend Some But He's Firm, Resolute57s

Dem Congressman Says Trump May Offend Some But He's Firm, Resolute

Speaking with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Carson discussed how Trump’s speech projected U.S. strength, as well as the president's own personality. Trump fiercely denounced North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un and his nuclear program in the speech, prompting Blitzer to bring it up with Carson, who serves on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. "What do you think of his words, when he said if necessary the U.S. ‘will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea’?" Blitzer asked. "And he also referred to Kim Jong Un once again as ‘Rocket Man.’" "Well, President Trump is being who he is," Carson said. "He's provocative. He's entertaining. And some people would say he's resolute."

Published: September 19, 2017Updated: September 20, 2017200 views
Carjackers assault 76-year-old Parkville man1m25s

Carjackers assault 76-year-old Parkville man

A day after criminals robbed him in the middle of the afternoon on Loch Shiel Road in Parkville, 76-year-old Larry Conley stepped back out of his house to describe the events, which cost him his car, his vacation plans and a trip to the hospital.

Published: September 20, 2017
Only one of CPR's steps is truly life-saving, doctor says1m37s

Only one of CPR's steps is truly life-saving, doctor says

We all know that CPR saves lives, and most people receive some training as part of their education, but could you actually resuscitate a real person in need?  Dr. Edmond Hooker, professor of health services administration at Xavier University, said many potential rescuers -- even those who have received some training -- freeze up in crisis situations because they are afraid of performing CPR incorrectly or hurting the person who needs it.  "I've driven up with an ambulance and seen everyone watching, no one doing CPR," he said. "That person isn't going to make it." That's why he teaches Xavier freshmen a unique CPR class -- one that focuses on just the easy-to-remember basics.  "In the last five to eight years, we've realized compression is the key to saving lives," he said. "We've taken mouth-to-mouth and pulse checks away from it. We just want people to do CPR." Unlike other CPR training courses, Hooker's is brief and to the point, focusing only on properly delivering the compressions that are so vital to helping victims of drowning and cardiac arrest. Without help, Hooker said, only three percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims will survive. When bystanders intervene, that number jumps to 20 percent. "I feel extremely confident," graduate student Jasmine Cline-Bailey said after taking Hooker's class. "I feel that in any situation, if anyone needs CPR, I'd be confident to administer."

Published: September 20, 2017
Roush has engineering and manufacturing openings37s

Roush has engineering and manufacturing openings

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Published: September 20, 2017
Oopsy Doopsy5s

Oopsy Doopsy

Soda girl doing Saturday Night Live

Published: September 19, 2017Updated: September 20, 2017
Trump in Address to U.N. Time to Expose the Loser Terrorists2m17s

Trump in Address to U.N. Time to Expose the Loser Terrorists

"We must deny the terrorists safe haven, transit, funding, and any form of support for their vile and sinister ideology," Trump said. "We must drive them out of our nations." "It is time to expose and hold responsible those countries who support and finance terror groups like al Qaeda, Hezbollah, the Taliban, and others that slaughter innocent people," Trump continued. "The United States and our allies are working together throughout the Middle East to crush the loser terrorists and stop the reemergence of safe havens they use to launch attacks on all of our people."

Rouhani U.S. exiting Iran nuclear deal will carry a high cost34s

Rouhani U.S. exiting Iran nuclear deal will carry a high cost

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Monday that if the Trump administration exits the Iran nuclear deal, it "would carry a high cost for the United States of America." "I do not believe Americans would be willing to pay such a high cost for something that will be useless for them," Rouhani said of a potential U.S. exit from the deal in an interview with CNN.