WPTV: Experts Predict A Rebound In College Enrollment
A Florida school counselor says they're hosting more virtual college fairs for prospective students.
New York schools told not to use facial recognition technology
The state Education Department banned the technology following a report that facial recognition risks violating students' privacy and civil rights.
Thousands more school districts could soon provide free school meals
Nearly 3,000 school districts will soon be eligible to join a USDA program that provides free meals to students regardless of income.
No 'Ice Cream Fridays' for Ohio kids who owe lunch debt
A southwestern Ohio school says it does not deprive children of school lunches, but prohibits students with lunch debt from buying a la carte items.
Supreme Court to take up case on state laws limiting social media
The justices will review laws enacted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas.
Costco is now selling gold bars, and they're selling out quickly
The cost of the gold bars will vary, but customers say they have paid around $1,900 for one 1-ounce bar, which is on par with current prices.
US Sen. Dianne Feinstein, longest-serving woman senator, dies at 90
Feinstein was known for her independence and dedication to finding practical solutions for both California and the nation.