Mom Who Turned In Son for Allegedly Plotting School Shooting: 'It Wasn't Easy'
A Washington mother says she doesn't regret calling the police on her 17-year-old son, whose journal was allegedly filled with detailed plans about attacking his school on the anniversary of Columbine. "I know a lot of people that go to College Place High School," she said of her son's school. But her son's allegedly violent journal entries make her feel "like I've done something wrong," she said. RELATED STORIESBack-to-School PSA Spotlights Ordinary Items That Might Save Kids' Lives in a ShootingCan a Bulletproof Backpack Save Your Life in a School Shooting? Inside Edition Tests Them OutColumbine School Shooting Survivor Found Dead 20 Years After Massacre
Patrick Henry High School Teacher is Roanoke's Teacher of the Year
ROANOKE (WSLS 10) Roanoke City Public Schools named Leslie "Nicole" Doherty as Roanoke's Teacher of the Year. She has been a teacher for 12 years, all at Patrick Henry High School. She grew up in Roanoke and actually graduated from Patrick Henry. This is the second year in a row a teacher from Patrick Henry High School has received this honor. Ms. Doherty received a $1,000 check from Hughes Associates Architects and Engineers.