Sept. 10, 2015 KSPN2 News Part 1
TOO MANY STUDENTS, NOT ENOUGH STAFF AT MARIANAS HIGH SCHOOL
MHS Principal Cherlyn Cabrera says the student populatiuon is very high--more than 1500 students--and they have the same number of teachers as last year. She says they are actively working on hiring them.
A COUPLE DOZEN PEOPLE STILL RELYING ON SHELTERS MORE THAN 5 WEEKS AFTER TYPHOON SOUDELOR
The Housing Task Force meets at the FEMA Joint Field Office. The Office of Lt. Governor's Chief of Staff Matt Guerrero says one of the programs that FEMA has to mitigate loss of property or inability to stay is a rental assistance program which provides households up to 2 months of rental assistance on a fair market value scale.
A TAXI DRIVER WHO SMASHED INTO 7 STUDENTS ENTERS HIS COURT PLEA
40-year-old Amrita Sarkur admitted to operating a vehicle on the highways of the CNMI in willful disregard for the safety of persons or property that resulted in bodily injury.