No one with the band could confirm if they still planned to rock and roll all night and party every day.
Stanley took to Twitter to let fans know he was doing fine and he wasn't in the ICU.
"For years, ITT hid its true financial state from borrowers while luring many of them into taking out private loans with misleading and unaffordable terms that may have caused borrowers to leave school," said U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
"One of the kids randomly said that he was going home and he was going to do meth later, or smoke meth out of a blunt. They would say it openly, out in the open. The teachers don’t care.” bit.ly/38f0MCX
“Our hope with this is to decrease some of that violence while working with Clovernook Apartments and the community to stop that," said Nick Michael of the Mount Healthy Police Department.
After details about the deadly terrorist attack on United States military personnel in Kabul, Afghanistan Thursday morning started being reported, locally elected officials share their sympathy and anger.
“When you’re dead and gone, your political beliefs won’t matter,” said Jimmy Adams, a first responder in Covington who initially declined to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Now he's urging others to get the shot. bit.ly/3gzALTw