At KTVB, Katie Terhune reports: A 10th grade biology teacher (at a Nampa high school) apologized after a lesson last week aimed at teaching students where their food comes from left some feeling a little queasy. "A teacher brought in a rabbit, and did a demonstration about how a rabbit would be prepared as food for a family," Nampa School District spokeswoman Allison Westfall said. According to Westfall, the teacher placed the live rabbit in a restraining device, then snapped its neck in front of the class. The rabbit was also skinned and cut up as part of the demonstration. Westfall says the educator, who has a farm and raises animals to be eaten, was initially reluctant to show the students how to prepare a rabbit for a meal. But when the students asked a second time, he relented, she said. More here.