- A Moravia High School teacher is continuing his Jeopardy streak. Justin Vossler is on day four of the game show and has won over $90-thousand already. Last night, he did get the Final Jeopardy clue wrong, but it didn’t affect his standing. With his streak, he’s in the running to be a part of the show’s annual Tournament of Champions. If you want to root Vossler on, he’s back on tonight at 7:30 on Fox. (7:30 on ABC in Binghamton). Read more.
- School lunches can get groans from most students, but the Syracuse City School District is listening and broadening the menu. Each week, the district will offer more ethnic and vegetarian options. The students from the district hail from over 70 different countries, so the nutrition services director wanted to give kids a taste of home. Both the school and the students hope that having more multicultural food would bring the community closer together at the lunch table. Read more.
- A boy from New Mexico found a 1.2 million-year-old fossil...by accident! The 10-year-old fell on the skull of a prehistoric elephant-like creature while hiking with his parents. The boy and his family were there when a professor excavated the skull, which they’ll now study.
- After three years of flirting on the dating app, Tinder, but never meeting, two Kent State University students had their first date yesterday on Good Morning America. The duo went viral after one of them shared the news on Twitter. Tinder is paying for the couple to go anywhere in the world for a date so two decided that they’ll be going to Maui. They said they’re excited to get to know each other on the Hawaiian island.
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