Snowday food truck employee Crystal Copeland, 27, converses with a customer as she takes an order during Smorgasburg, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza in New York. Copeland is part of a group of formerly incarcerated young people being mentored and trained for employment in the culinary industry by the nonprofit organization Drive Change. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Serving second chances: NYC food truck hires ex-inmates

Jordyn Lexton founded the nonprofit Drive Change, which uses the food truck to teach the formerly incarcerated cooking, hospitality, money management and even emotional development to prepare them for re-entry into the job market.

Fort Wayne Escape Room has two different interactive scenarios where contestants must piece together hidden clues and solve elaborate puzzles, and use logic and teamwork to make it out before the clock runs out.

Sportwayne offers brain teasing breakout scenarios

Fort Wayne Escape Room has two different interactive scenarios where contestants must piece together clues and solve elaborate puzzles to make it out as a team before the clock runs out.

Mike Stoner gets out of his flooded car, Friday, Oct. 30, 2015 in San Marcos, Texas. A fast-moving storm packing heavy rain and destructive winds overwhelmed rivers and prompted evacuations Friday in the same area of Central Texas that saw devastating spring floods. (Rodolfo Gonzalez/Austin American-Statesman via AP)  AUSTIN CHRONICLE OUT, COMMUNITY IMPACT OUT, INTERNET AND TV MUST CREDIT PHOTOGRAPHER AND STATESMAN.COM, MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

Storms, possible tornadoes lash Texas; 2 still missing

The storms and suspected tornadoes have socked an already-sodden swath of Texas that was still drying out from the remnants of Hurricane Patricia, forcing evacuations of flood-prone areas and slowing or shutting down traffic on long stretches of Interstate 35.

This three image combo made from video taken by a Spring Valley High School student on Monday, Oct, 26, 2015, shows Senior Deputy Ben Fields trying to forcibly remove a student from her chair after she refused to leave her high school math class, in Columbia S.C. The Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation Tuesday after Fields flipped the student backward in her desk and tossed her across the floor. (AP Photo)

Black women having tough year with policing issues too

Civil rights groups and organizations representing women say closer attention must be paid to what’s happening between police and women of color, despite the ongoing fight over incidents of police brutality against black men.