In the news
■ Kyle Harrison, manager of a gun range in Houston who banned two men from the facility for life when one pointed an unloaded gun at the other and took a selfie picture, said that even his children “know better than to do that, and they are 2 and 3 years old.”
■ Nikki Fiske, a 72-yearold elementary school teacher in Santa Monica, Calif., has been suspended for saying in an interview that Stephen Miller, now a senior White House adviser, as a third-grader in 1993 was a “strange dude” and a loner with a messy desk and who ate glue.
■ Gopaul Parmanand, 41, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal employee for pushing past a line of passengers at a cruise ship service desk and flashing a fake badge that said “Police ICE” to get access to the ship’s Internet connection.
■ Tony Fuller, a police commander in Australia’s Northern Territory, said the body of a wildlife ranger was recovered hours after she was killed in waist-deep water by a crocodile that was lurking in a remote waterhole where she and her family were gathering mussels.
■ Kim Montes, a Florida Highway Patrol lieutenant, said nine students and a bus driver escaped unharmed after their bus plowed through a fence and into a backyard pool when the driver swerved to avoid a car that pulled out in front of the bus.
■ Ryan Cortez, 46, a post office manager in Kenner, La., accused of stealing more than $630,000 in stamps and selling them online to support a gambling addiction, was arrested in what federal prosecutors called one of the largest internal thefts in U.S. Postal Service history.