Parents Demand Refunds After Nashville School Suddenly Closes
Parents are left wondering where their money is after Grace Eaton Early Learning Center suddenly closed its doors. Together they’re owed thousands of dollars they paid for in advance. Parents say their calls aren’t being returned. So we tracked down that school board chair. Bramson asked, “Should it be taking this long to get parents their money back? Some tell me they’re owed hundreds of dollars. Ogilvie says they plan to start sending out checks to every parent who’s owed money by the end of this week.
Philando Castile’s Mom Donates $8,000 To Help Pay Off Student Lunch Debts
The mother of Philando Castile—the Black man who was shot and killed by a St. Anthony, Minnesota, police officer—is continuing her son’s legacy as a cafeteria employee. Valerie Castile presented an $8,000 check to the Robbinsdale Cooper High School to help clear out some of the debts of all senior students, which will allow them to graduate without any further worries. Before they will be allowed to graduate, they will be required to pay off their lunch money balance.
Nude Man Tased And Arrested For Public Indecency At Public Square Park
Metro police received a call about a man being nude in Public Square Park. They arrived and confirmed the man, Hunter Woodward, was present at the park without clothes. Commands were made and ignored, so Woodward was tased and arrested. He admitted to drinking alcohol and taking multiple ecstasy pills. He’s being charged with public indecency, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
Convicted Felon Charged With Robbing The Same Tennessee Bank Twice
53 year old Harold Cunningham is being charged federally by the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force for allegedly robbing SunTrust Bank’s 5030 Thoroughbred Lane branch two times, the first time Saturday and the most recent at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday. He has previous burglary and theft convictions. He was convicted last May for felony theft and received a six-year probated sentence. Cunningham is currently being held in the Metro Nashville Jail.
Where Is The Money Made During The NFL Draft Going?
600,000 people were in downtown Nashville over three days and most of them spent plenty of money while in town. With the city possibly raking in upwards of $200 million, the city should receive several millions of dollars in taxes and fees. Regardless of that final number, Mayor David Briley said he already knows the majority of the money the city takes in will go to schools. The city is hoping to have final numbers on economic impact from the NFL Draft in the coming weeks.