Official sues students over MySpace page

A high school assistant principal is suing two students and their parents, alleging the teens set up a Web page on MySpace.com in her name and posted obscene comments and pictures. Anna Draker, an assistant principal at Clark High School, is claiming defamation, libel, negligence and negligent supervision over the page on the popular free-access Web site. Draker claims two 16-year-olds, a junior and a sophomore, created the page using…

God references quashed; 'VeggieTales' creator steamed

Two weeks ago, NBC began airing 30-minute episodes of “VeggieTales” on Saturday mornings. The show was edited to comply with the network’s broadcast standards, said NBC spokeswoman Rebecca Marks. “Our goal is to reach as broad an audience as possible with these positive messages while being careful not to advocate any one religious point of view,” she said. “VeggieTales” creator Phil Vischer, who was responsible for readying episodes for network…