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Student video costly for Roseville High School District

GRANITE BAY, CA - The Roseville High School District paid nearly $200,000 to fight a lawsuit filed after a video led to trouble for a student.

Two years ago Mike Harris said his son, Erick, wrote, produced and directed a video that was a spoof on teen culture in Granite Bay.  It talked about making money, chasing girls and popping pills.

"They posted it on YouTube," Harris explained. "The video was made at our house and about 15 current and former students participated."

Harris said he thought the video was funny, but when his son started his senior year at Granite Bay High School administrators apparently failed to see the humor.

"We got a call and were told we needed to come to the school to discuss some issues concerning the video," Harris said.  He said administrators admitted Erick hadn't broken any rules but they believed it reflected poorly on the school and there could be consequences.

Black Friday: Stock lists and doorbusters

 

SACRAMENTO -- Over the past several months, with the help of our sister stations, we've gathered and verified Black Friday Stock Lists for Walmart, Costco, Target and more!  

The lists showcase which products will be on sale Black Friday, and the products marked [Early Bird] are limited quantity, door-buster items.

Please keep in mind that stock of the hottest items will sell-out extremely quickly and stores sometimes make last-minute adjustments.

Plan your Black Friday shopping now by clicking the store names below and downloading the detailed stock lists.  All the lists are in PDF format.

Something's Funny Behind the Door

Something's Funny Behind the Door

 

I have a folder in my Outlook email called "Jackisms." When Jack was smaller, I would write down the cute things he would say or do and save them in that folder. You forget so much as they get older. I wish there was a place you could save that baby smell. Not that one, the good one. The fresh out of the bath in the clean jammies smell.   When Jack was two, we lived in a very small apartment. Here's a story I recorded for posterity nearly nine years ago. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do re-reading it now:   The second bathroom in our apartment has two doors: one enters from the hallway (of course) and the other leads to Jack's bedroom (or I should say, "playroom" cause he certainly doesn't sleep in there--he prefers the dormitory style sleeping arrangements of Mom and Dad's room).