A T-shirt raising awareness for breast cancer got a student suspended from his Moore, Oklahoma, high school. Jeremy Alexander, a junior, got sent home by administrators Friday for his shirt, which read “Twin Peaks” on the front and “save the scenic views” on the back. Roy Smith, the school’s principal, said the shirt was offensive. Alexander was sent home after refusing to take off the shirt. Other students said they thought there was a double standard. The school has sold shirts that say “big or small, save them all,” as well as “save second base.”
In Oakland County, Michigan, a sheriff’s deputy received quite the surprise at about 3 AM when a deer ran into the side of his parked patrol car. There was damage to the bumper, hood, right headlight and the right rear door.
A gang of ducks took over a CVS in upstate New York. The 50 or so ducks were removed from the store without incident.