Should she know that this moment was made possible by an egg donor?
Though there are more ways today to create a baby than ever before – with help from a friend or stranger's sperm, egg, embryo or womb, just to name a few—questions continue to swirl about what and when to tell the resulting children about how they're related to whom.
United Parcel Service says its worldwide holiday season package volume is expected to be up about six percent over last year, and the company expects a record number of parcels to be processed at the UPS Worldport sorting hub in Louisville. UPS relies on an army of part-time workers to handle the holiday rush. The massive Worldport facility was braced to sort some three million pieces on Thursday.
A contractor has filed a mechanic’s lien on the Hopkins County Judicial Center because the company states it has not received a final payment for laying limestone. Evans Limestone Co. of Bedford, Ind., recently filed a lien against the Hopkins County Public Properties Corp. in Hopkins Circuit Court. The company is asking for payment of $38,394 for work it says was completed in April.
Trigg County Public Schools recently opened an investigation into allegations that a primary school teacher punished an elementary student by putting the student in a trash can. Superintendent Travis Hamby said the district was in the process of gathering information about the alleged incident and couldn’t comment on what exactly occurred.
The bad taste and odor evident in the city’s tap water late last week pose no health concern, Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service officials said Tuesday.The water utility is addressing an issue with algae in Royal Spring, the city’s primary source of water. On Monday, Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service officials took the spring offline until the problem is corrected, General Manager Billy Jenkins told water board members at the body’s monthly meeting Tuesday.
The UPS pilots union is suing the Federal Aviation Administration over not including cargo carriers in new guidelines for pilot rest. The new FAA rules mandate fewer monthly and weekly flight hours, and require pilots to take more rest time between flights. But only commercial pilots are affected.The Independent Pilots Association filed a petition for review today in the U.S. Court of Appeals challenging the guidelines. The petition maintains that cargo pilots should be covered by the rules too.