The Janesville School District superintendent has issued a public apology for the showing of a video she describes as pro-gay marriage. The Wisconsin State Journal reports in April, Craig High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance showed “Kids React to Gay Marriage.”
Around 6 p.m. on Monday evening, dozens of people waited in the cold outside the headquarters of Elk River Area School District 728. They came to attend a school board meeting about a controversy rooted in a two-work tweet that led to a nearly two-month suspension of 17-year-old Rogers High School senior Reid Sagehorn. “I’m disappointed. I want him to have an education. I don’t want him sitting at home, and I want him back in our school until graduation day,” said parent Missy Henderson.
Twin Cities Catholics are anxious to hear from Archbishop John Nienstedt. “I am curious to hear what he has to say, absolutely,” said parishioner Maria Medina DeSmith. Nienstedt is expected to make a public apology Sunday surrounding the priest abuse scandal that is rocking the local Catholic Church. It will be part of the homily given at Our Lady of Grace Church in Edina. “I think that’s good, healthy,” parishioner Mark Photoidaes said. “I think it’s important to acknowledge the situation and, he’s doing the right thing.”
Target has apologized to customers after some took issue with how clothing meant for plus-sized shoppers was labeled.
A Duluth mother who received a returned letter mailed to her soldier son mistakenly stamped “deceased” finally has the apology she sought for more than six years.
A Twin Cities beer-maker is apologizing for a new advertisement that has some Tibetans upset.
GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain on Monday indicated his controversial proposal for building an electric fence along the Mexican border is still on the table.
A young athlete in Vancouver has had to apologize for his role in the riots following the Stanley Cup Finals. Watch the apology.
A Lewiston-Altura student has been sentenced to three years probation in last year’s crash that killed three classmates and injured a fourth in southeastern Minnesota.
Previously we linked to a funny video from Conan that turned out not to be entirely original. He issued an apology, and we’ve got that link as well.
Vikings quarterback, Brett Favre, offered an apology to teammates Monday for being a distraction but did not admit to the allegations against him.
Al Franken is offering an apology.