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Topic - John Moore
Mississippi high school students could soon be using the same test to get out of high school and get into college.
An early budget proposal won't cover all the money that the Mississippi Department of Education requested for elementary and secondary schools.
Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak says he feels 'better than before' about a month after suffering a heart attack.
For the first time since his now famous instrument was stolen, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond plans to take the stage with the valuable Stradivarius violin.
The owner of a brewpub in New Brighton is frustrated with a Minnesota law that says he can't sell his craft beer on store shelves - so he's decided to build a new brewery across the border in Wisconsin.
The Mississippi Department of Education would have the power to fire state employees at will for two years under a bill being considered in the House. State officials say they need the power to restructure the department to spend more time helping local school systems.
House Education Committee members are lukewarm about a proposal to shorten Mississippi's public school year from 180 to 175 days.
The Mississippi House Thursday passed a bill meant to ensure teachers get a full paycheck in August, but school board leaders say they don't believe the proposal is legal.
Including Game 6 and 7 of last year's playoffs, the Capitals have been blanked by Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist three straight times.
Struggling Rangers center Brad Richards was a healthy scratch Thursday night when New York faced elimination in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Boston Bruins.
Joel Ward, Game 5 and the New York Rangers. That combination, before Friday night, was synonymous with missed opportunity and disappointment for the Washington Capitals. This year’s script was different, though. Friday night’s had a happy ending. As Ward glided toward his teammates to celebrate the Caps’ 2-1 overtime victory at Verizon Center, he was redeemed.
This season wasn't much fun in New York for slumping forward Marian Gaborik. He wasn't scoring goals the way he was used to, and he and his Rangers teammates found themselves in an unexpected fight just to get into the playoffs.
It's supposed to be a parody of itself, right?
A powerful storm system that produced multiple reports of tornadoes lashed the Midwest early Wednesday, roughing up the entertainment resort town of Branson and laying waste to small towns in Illinois and Kansas. At least nine people were killed.
House Education Committee Chairman John Moore says the proposed budget is $265 million short of full funding for the Mississippi Adequate Education Program.
"Hopefully, after a year, we'll make it statewide," said House Education Committee Chairman John Moore, R-Brandon, the bill's sponsor.