Why a Texas Principal Created a Dress Code for Parents: Today on Inside Edition

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A Texas principal is defending her decision to create a dress code for parents.

Carlotta Outley Brown, principal of James Madison High School, spoke to Inside Edition exclusively about the controversy and why she says it's important to set a good example for children. 

A teen driver escaped death after his car rolled over into a flooded ditch, thanks to the help of some quick-thinking good Samaritans. Hear what he had to say. 

Hundreds descended on a small town in New York to attend the funeral of a World War II veteran with no family left after a nursing home volunteer put out a call for attendees

And why blowing out birthday candles might be a bad idea. 

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