President Trump slammed school districts that are hesitant to reopen for in-person classes in the fall over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, telling CBS News that the districts were making a “terrible decision.”
In an interview with CBS News on Tuesday, President Trump said the killing of George Floyd was “terrible” but appeared to bristle when asked why Black Americans are “still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country.”
A Leon County mother is looking for answers as her son enters a third month of waiting for placement in a Juvenile Justice Residential Program. A department spokesperson confirms the pandemic has affected the placement process.
The Council of Culture and Arts decided to host the event virtually as a response to the coronavirus. But without the space limitations, the organization was able to feature all 93 local artists and 250 pieces.