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Inside Edition 8 Nov 2019

New Jersey High School Lunch Ladies Get Surprise Makeovers


Lunch ladies at Millburn High School in New Jersey got makeovers! Inside Edition thought these unsung heroes deserved a day of pampering, so a glam squad was called in to treat them to complete makeovers.

Dr. Derrick Nelson, 44, died over the weekend after going to the hospital to donate bone marrow.
New Jersey high school students mobilized to get the Civil Rights Cold Case Records Collection Act passed, and President Trump signed it into law. Hightstown High School teacher Stuart Wexler and former student Oslene Johnson join CBSN to talk about the journey.
Sigourney Weaver, the star of the original science-fiction movie, reached out to the students in New Jersey to send her congratulations.
A New Jersey high school is mourning the loss of its principal, who died after donating bone marrow to a complete stranger. Westfield High School principal Dr. Derrick Nelson donated his bone marrow to help a 14-year-old boy in France, but he suffered complications from the procedure, and had been a coma for the past month. The town's mayor says Nelson was a role model who also served in the Army Reserve for 20 years.'s Mara Montalbano has more.

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