Sunday morning and the news is slow

We’re fortunate to live in an interesting city with low crime, but that often means little actual news. But media choices to fill the silence annoy me this morning.
1. Students wearing yellow squares to protest dress codes in high schools. Really? This is worth reporting?
2. Deaf woman didn’t get sign language interpretation at the jazz festival and her case has been turned down by the Human Rights Commission. Never mind that there’s a hard limit to how much anyone can do to convey a musical performance to someone who cannot hear.
3. Many media outlets are covering the end of the music program at one private high school as if it’s a major issue in this city. Somebody involved has major PR chops to get this into so many platforms, even francophone ones, and get it reported as if it’s a grave social injustice.