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NBC News 24 Jan 2020

8-Year-Old Welcomed Back To School With Rainbow Parade After Finishing Chemo

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An Illinois elementary school held a surprise rainbow parade to celebrate 8-year-old Reese Siler's return to class. Students dressed up in the colors of the rainbow — Reese's favorite — after his last chemotherapy treatment for brain cancer.


Officers are seen in edited body camera footage escorting a 6-year-old girl out of school and to a nearby mental health facility, where she would be committed for two days. The school alleges the girl was "destroying school property, attacking staff" and "out of control," but her family says they are shocked and outraged over the decision.
This 3-year-old girl posed for a photo with the Harlem Globetrotters - and when she looked at the picture she saw her mom, Sergeant Deandrea Proctor, who was deployed in Kuwait for 7 months.
An American police officer has been sacked after he arrested a six-year-old girl at a school in Florida - allegedly for kicking and punching staff members.

Kaia Rolle was crying for help when her arrest was caught on an officer's body camera.

Jenny Longden has more, and just a warning that her report shows the girl being handcuffed.
Joe Kavaluskis always loved surprising his sons. When Joe learned he would lose his nine-year battle with cancer, he arranged for a final surprise. Logan Kavaluskis, 13, had always wanted a dog, but Joe's allergies made it impossible. So Joe arranged with his wife to get Logan a puppy. "He said, 'Just promise that when I do pass, that you get Logan a puppy as soon as you can, because I know that it will bring him a lot of comfort,'" Melanie Kavaluskis told InsideEdition.com.

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