Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
A 17-year-old high school junior in Columbus, Ohio was suspended — in effect for the rest of the year — for using his cell phone (search) during school hours. But now, after a flood of protests, his suspension has been reduced.
So who was Kevin Francois on the phone with when he got in trouble? And why were there so many complaints about his punishment? It turns out he was talking with his mother who is serving with the U.S. Army in Iraq.
Authorities in Cape Coral, Florida also seem to believe in the letter of the law — no matter the occasion.
This past week, a city worker took down a homemade sign and some yellow ribbons that Kelly Smith put out to welcome home her daughter who's been stationed in Iraq. A police department spokesman said no signs were touched on private property.
Your Mom Is Like…
And finally this Mother's Day poll from FOX News and Opinion Dynamics: Who is your mother more like: first lady Laura Bush or Senator Hillary Clinton?
The results: 47 percent said Mrs. Bush; 21 percent chose Sen. Clinton.