Also, a banner that read “Prayer Changes Things” has been removed from the teacher’s classroom.
The pot leaf costume is a favorite, so is a cigarette baby costume.
“You guys are putting a child in danger,” said one parent.
“I’m more on the side that they are offensive,” said Megan Madrigal.
“You know we live in America right? This is the United States. So, why are you flying a Mexican flag in your front yard?”
The CHP originally reported Pinnock did not seek medical treatment. She actually spent about a month in the hospital.
Levenson said he wrote the email in an attempt “to bridge Atlanta’s racial sports divide.” Instead, he offered his divisive comments, including his theory that Hawks black fans kept white fans away.
The FAA told Rachel Kim that more pilots have been reporting sightings of drones in the area.
That figure represented the largest out-of-court settlement against the LAPD in more than 12 years.
“I never thought in my lifetime I would see these trees coming down, it’s sad really,” said Enrique “Kruton” Alvarez.
Last week, a New York hi-rise raised hackles nationwide when it was revealed that the building’s developers got permission to build a so-called “Poor Door,” for people in the luxury building who weren’t paying top dollar.
Two of the young women stuffed their shirts to look pregnant, one girl has what looks like a knife in her sock. One girl is holding a fake gun to the head of another.
The Orange County Transportation Authority with several other agencies launched Be the One, a public-awareness program that will include training of bus drivers to spot human-trafficking victims.
“I’m not the Devil,” the 82-year-old Arpaio told the audience.
Residents told KCAL9’s Rachel Kim they’re dying for the funerals to move.