Mary Judlicka got her hair did. Good for her!
Somebody drained the account of a WLOS employee. That was the lead story last night at 11. Ruby Mayfield told us how she watched online as somebody in Russia drained her account and left her penniless. Cherub Charu brought us the story and said this sort of thing happens quite a lot. REaaalllyy?
Parents are outraged over a school bus wreck at an intersection on Mills Gap Road. It’s a bad intersection and something needs to be done, the parents say. This comes after an Avery’s Creek Elementary School bus hit an SUV driven by a mom who pulled out in front of said bus. Police charged mommy with DUI. Ooops. Hitting the Chard a little too early, I suppose.
WLOSers have been following another Mills Gap Road-related story – the sad tale of a local woman who died in a car wreck. She was a passenger in on car as its driver raced another driver down the road. The sad twist – the day before the wreck, the young woman had just finished cancer treatments. Damn.
In a scandalous report out of Jackson County, we learn that a 36-year-old bus driver was charged with having sex with a 17-year-old students. For all of my loyal readers who immediately jump on this by shouting that the girl was at the age of consent, just hold on there. WLOSers tell us that even though the girl was 17, the sex (which occured in the guy’s truck off campus) was still against the law because he was a school employee, and state law forbids people like teachers, principals and apparently bus drivers from doin’ the nasty. You, loyal readers, are some lucky sunsabiotches.
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