Death toll stands at 51 in Moore, OK. Medical examiner told to expect at least 40 more bodies...20 of them children.
Friday was graduation day for six furry students, and it's the first of its kind for one North Central Florida county. Organizers say not only did the students learn a thing or two, so did their teachers. Now there's only one thing left for the graduates to do - get adopted.
It all happened as part of the "Paws on Parole" program where six state inmates from the Gainesville work camp were selected to train adoptable dogs.
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