State of Massachusetts(BOSTON) -- Hitman John Martorano admitted on the stand Wednesday that he lied to his best friend before he shot him in the back of the head. "I couldn't tell him I was going to shoot him," Martorano told the court of the murder of John Callahan, a close friend for decades who was murdered, the hitman testified, because...
iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Two New York men have been charged with plotting to develop an X-ray weapon.Opponents of Israel were the alleged targets of two upstate New York men, Glendon Crawford and Eric Feight, who prosecutors say wanted to create a portable device that could deliver lethal doses of radiation.Authorities say there were...
Keith Levit Photography/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Court documents and FBI field reports reviewed by ABC News undercut and contradict the dramatic testimony from senior counter-terrorism officials that the National Security Agency's surveillance programs thwarted an attack by al Qaeda on the New York Stock Exchange. According to an FBI interview with...
The Blue Devils speak no evil. Actually, they're not saying anything at all.
Students and teachers will spend the school day in silence Friday, in observance of the evening football rivalry game against Green High School. Apparently, it was the student body that came up with the idea.
"It's just really been a great student initiative , so we're real proud of our kids and they still have that sense of school spirit," Jeff Ferguson said, superintendent.
If anyone does slip and utter a few words, it's asked they contribute $1 to the school's Christmas charity for a family each year.
Ferguson joined the 1590 WAKR Ray Horner Morning Show on Friday and described the morning routine as quiet.
"I've already went into one science class and watched the science lab go on ... in total slience," he said.
Teachers are encouraged to answer questions via their chalk or white boards.
"If kids have questions, they can write with a Sharpie pen on the little white board and hold up the question," Ferguson said.
About 60 students and nine teachers united Thursday night to deck out the school in spirit before the devils play the bulldogs in Green.
Copyright © 2013 AkronNewsNow & Rubber City Radio Group |All Rights Reserved | 1795 West Market Street | Akron, OH 44313 | 330.869.9800