Denise Tindall has spent nearly three decades driving children to school, but this fall will be very different. Tindall, 58, was a school bus driver with a private contractor in the Shelby County School District in Memphis, Tennessee, where fall classes are set to begin online. When schools shuttered in April, she filed for unemployment, but she hasn’t received a dime yet, she says. “I’m barely making it,” says Tindall, who’s brother and daughter have been giving her money to cover more than $1,000 in monthly bills including rent, utilities, and phone. “If it weren’t for my family, I’d be homeless.” Read more at USA Today.