Morning Mix: Kid genius brothers, 11 and 14, graduate high school and college this weekend

‘You are paddle-boarding next to approximately 15 great white sharks,’ chopper tells Calif. beachgoers; ‘Rare as winning the lottery’: New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue; Charlotte fire investigator wrongfully axed after racially-charged Facebook posts. A jury awards her $1.5 million.; Video captured students kicking boy, 8, as he lay unconscious, police say. Two days later he killed himself.; A Japanese island that excludes women may soon be a UNESCO World Heritage site;
 
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Kid genius brothers, 11 and 14, graduate high school and college this weekend
Carson Huey-You, 14, will be the youngest graduate in Texas Christian University history. Next fall, his younger brother, 11-year-old Cannan, will begin classes at TCU.
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‘You are paddle-boarding next to approximately 15 great white sharks,’ chopper tells Calif. beachgoers
Authorities posted advisories up and down the beaches of Southern California following several shark sightings this week.
 
‘Rare as winning the lottery’: New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue
The fossil was discovered by accident.
 
Charlotte fire investigator wrongfully axed after racially-charged Facebook posts. A jury awards her $1.5 million.
A jury didn’t believe the city’s claim that Facebook posts, which it deemed racially insensitive, led to the firing.
 
Video captured students kicking boy, 8, as he lay unconscious, police say. Two days later he killed himself.
School officials did not tell the boy’s mother about the altercation in the bathroom that day.
 
A Japanese island that excludes women may soon be a UNESCO World Heritage site
While the status would gain the island international name recognition and likely attract interest from travelers, many tourists would face obstacles.
 
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