By Warner Todd Huston -
A high school in a western suburb of Chicago erupted in an hours-long brawl between Hispanic and black students that spanned two floors of the school, hurt several, and put the school on lockdown for half the day. The fight ended in six arrests.
Streamwood High School in Streamwood, Illinois, a town about 25 minutes west of O'Hare Airport, implemented a "hold in place" order as the fight broke out between the two groups of students.
While it is not known exactly how many students jumped into the fight, six were arrested once administrators and police restored order to the school.