Police locked down Tennessee's William Blount High School after finding an alleged hit list and racial graffiti. Days later, student Bridget O'Neill talked about racial tension at the school to a Knoxville television station, and said another student had made a racial sign. The day after that, the principal called her into the office and suspended her. At a hearing nine days later, the school, agreed to allow her to return to class. O'Neill says she has also been promised she'll be able to catch up on the work she missed.