A school cafeteria worker in Pittsburgh quit her job over what she calls a new “lunch-shaming” policy.
The federal government is taking steps to fine schools that do not comply with Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules.
Public schools in a Florida district scrambled to recall rice items after an elementary school student found a dead mealworm in his lunch Tuesday.
A kitchen manager said she was fired from a Colorado elementary school for giving away free lunches to students who couldn’t afford meals.
It looks like First Lady Michelle Obama has a new critic over the controversial federal school lunch program that she's championed.
A Missouri father was shocked when he received a letter from one of his daughter's teachers that scolded him for not packing his 2nd grader a "proper" lunch.
A Texas lawmaker made his first act in office official when he granted amnesty to cupcakes at schools.
As a result of a growing backlash against the federal government's school lunch program, a Colorado school district has started "bribing" students to eat the meals. The Jefferson County school district introduced a "Hungry to Win" raffle, offering students a chance to win a prize if they buy the healthier lunches.
Students at a Wisconsin high school are boycotting the lunch program, upset over tiny portions and declining quality. Meghan Hellrood, a senior at D.C. Everest High School in Weston, talked to Ainsley Earhardt this morning to explain why she's leading the protest against the federal program, which was championed by First Lady Michelle Obama.
After her son was humiliated at school over a $5 past due balance, a Michigan mom decided to make sure the same thing wouldn't happen to any other students. Dominic Gant, a junior Dowagiac Union High School, said it was "really embarrassing" when his lunch was thrown in the trash in front of his classmates.
A Georgia school bus driver has filed a lawsuit after he says he was fired for helping a hungry middle school student.
There’s an update to an outrageous story we shared with you last week about a Salt Lake City elementary school throwing away students’ lunches for not having enough money in their prepaid lunch accounts.