Police said the 10-year-old girl brought the marijuana edibles, which each contained 50 milligrams of THC, to school after mistaking them for leftover Easter candy.
Opinion by Levar Stoney and John Giles for CNN Business Perspectives Families across America are precariously perched on the edge of a hunger cliff. With inflation on the rise and supply chain…
Developing Personalized Delicious and Healthy Eating Within Woven City Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd. (Nissin Foods) and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) have initiated an agreement to jointly foster…
Warren County School District is on a path to pay a little more to make sure its students are well-fed and ready to learn. During the height of the pandemic, the district has been able to provide free…
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack (so long as it doesn't break the bank).