Seattle Schools Superintendent Decision Nears, And Police Push To Film Peaceful Protests
04/27/2012 at 12:00 p.m.
$30,000 Missing From Seattle School District: The Seattle School District has asked the police to look for $30,000 that is missing from Van Asselt Elementary in South Seattle. An investigation found that poor records were kept by the principal and a staff member and it could not be proven that the money was spent on things for the school.
Who Will Be The Next Superintendent? The Seattle School Board meets today and may pick the next superintendent. Phyllis Fletcher reports on who the final three candidates are.
SPD Want Protests On Tape: The Seattle police want the city to change a law that currently prevents them from videotaping peaceful protests and demonstrations and the ACLU is pushing back. Why doesn't the city allow police to film protests and why do the police want that to change?
Phyllis Fletcher reports for KUOW.
Sgt. Sean Whitcomb is a spokesperson for the Seattle Police Department.
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