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L.A. students back in class after email threat–Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that students in the Los Angeles Unified School District would be back in class today, after an email threat led to classes being canceled for the system’s more than 640,000 students yesterday. New York City deemed a similar threat a “hoax“ and kept schools open, but Los Angeles schools Superintendent didn’t want to take any chances after the terror-related mass shooting in San Bernardino, about 60 miles east of the city.
The fifth Republican presidential debate got heated when Donald Trump and Jeb Bush exchanged some harsh words. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz sparred about immigration and strategy to fight ISIS.
A Southwest Airlines plane skidded off the runway last night after landing at Nashville International Airport. Three ambulances were dispatched to the airport and have treated three people for injuries. Two of those people suffered minor injuries and one person suffered from chest pains. They aren’t really sure why the plane skidded off the runway at point.
State safety investigators said yesterday they found 442 safety violations by Seattle’s Ride the Ducks tour company following September’s deadly crash on the Aurora Avenue Bridge. They are recommending the company be allowed to resume operations with half its fleet of amphibious vehicles, but the company must improve its safety rating or be placed out of service again.