CLINTON "PHOTO BOMBS" CLARKSON
As the former “American Idol” singer came to the stage, Clinton stuck his head into the aisle to catch a glimpse of Clarkson shortly after Obama took the oath of office.
The photo became an instant hit on Twitter and made for some interesting memes.
Clarkson took to Twitter shortly after the inauguration but made no mention of the photo-bomb.
“What an honor to be a part of history! Obama's presence was powerful and his words unforgettable,” Clarkson tweeted. “It's a proud day for America!”
TYLER GOOD SAMARITAIN DIES IN ACCIDENT
Jason Albright, thirty-three, stopped to help a woman injured in a car wreck on U.S. Highway 31 East, near the Smith and Gregg County line.
While rushing to the woman's aid, he and another Good Samaritan, 28-year-old Dulis Cervantes, were struck by an oncoming car.
Cervantes died at the scene, and Albright died at Good Shepherd Hospital in Longview.
Albright's friends said the incident was tragic, but they were not surprised he would die helping others, because his life was devoted to those in need.
Read more at TylerPaper.com.
FACEBOOK POSTS GETS UNLIKED
A northeast Ohio middle-school teacher has until later this week to respond to an allegation that she posted a Facebook photo of her students with their mouths covered with duct tape.
The Akron Public Schools Board of Education voted last week to pursue the firing of Melissa Cairns.
She's a math teacher at a Community Learning Center.
The school district says the photo, posted on Cairn's personal Facebook page, showed some of her students with duct tape across their mouths.
The caption read: "Finally found a way to get them to be quiet!!!"
Cairns was put on paid leave October 19.
MORE TO COME