Mom says Arkansas teacher had her kindergarten son dig his own feces out of the toilet
– An Arkansas mother is calling for the termination of a kindergarten teacher after her child says he was forced to dig in the toilet with his bare hands. KARK reports that Ashley Murry was horrified when her 5-year-old told her what happened at Little Rock’s Crystal Hill Elementary School. Meanwhile, Murry says the teacher called her personally. “She got on the phone with me and she said she didn’t have an explanation, she just knew she was wrong. But she stated to the principal that she was trying to teach how not to stop up the toilet,” she says.
Masvidal finally gets title shot on short notice at UFC 251
Jorge Masvidal had to fly halfway around the world on six days' notice to get the first UFC title shot in his 17-year mixed martial arts career. But Burns tested positive for coronavirus last week, and the UFC went back to Masvidal to keep its card intact. Masvidal quickly headed to the Middle East for his first title shot after seven years and 18 fights in the UFC. He took the fight on short notice, but let's not act like he hasn't been training for this, Usman said. Aldo also has lost his last two fights, but he curiously got this title shot from the UFC after Henry Cejudo abruptly retired.
Bedford County duo faces felony charge after child found wandering outside in just a diaper
BEDFORD COUNTY, Va. – The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two people after a small child was wandering near the road in the Forest area, wearing only a diaper on Tuesday. Amanda Harbin, 31, and Jard Angus, 29, each face a charge of felony child abuse/neglect. ORIGINAL STORYBedford County authorities removed a child from his or her home on Tuesday morning after receiving a call from a concerned citizen. The 911 call, received Tuesday at 8:45 a.m., stated that a small child was wandering near the road in the Forest area, wearing only a diaper. The child’s home was found nearby and deputies requested Child Protective Services to respond who, after conducting an initial investigation, removed the child from the home.