Education

McCarty fired as Evansville investigation continues

Jan 22, 2020

The University of Evansville has fired men's basketball coach Walter McCarty after receiving additional reports of misconduct off the court

Student shot at Texas high school; suspect still at large

Jan 15, 2020

Local officials say a student has been shot at a high school in Texas and a suspect remains at large

Virginia teen charged in 'swatting' ring linked to neo-Nazis

Jan 14, 2020

The U.S. Justice Department has charged a former Virginia college student with calling in fake emergencies to prompt law enforcement response, in coordination with a group the FBI labelled as sympathetic to neo-Nazi ideology

Nolley, Catoor help Va. Tech cruise to 92-37 win over UMES

Dec 30, 2019

Landers Nolley II had his first career double-double, freshman Hunter Catoor set season highs with 17 points and five 3-pointers, and Virginia Tech cruised to a 92-37 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore

Hagans scores 21, leads No. 8 Kentucky past Georgia Tech

Dec 15, 2019

Ashton Hagans scored 21 points to lead No. 8 Kentucky to a 67-53 win over Georgia Tech. The Wildcats won their sixth straight game going into a two-game trip to Las Vegas ahead of their Christmas break

Haitian schools reopen after months of unrest

Dec 2, 2019

Protected by police patrols, thousands of Haitian children have begun to return to school after classes halted during months of violent unrest

California high school competes for title after deadly fire

Nov 30, 2019

A Northern California high school football team is preparing to play for a championship one year after most of the players and coaches lost their homes to a wildfire that nearly destroyed their town

Police: No one ‘in danger’ in Florida high school lockdown

Nov 15, 2019

Police: No one ‘in danger” at Florida high school placed on a lockdown after report of possible intruder later determined to be a student

Ex-insurance exec gets 6 months in college admissions scam

Nov 13, 2019

A former California insurance executive has been sentenced to six months in prison for paying $450,000 to get his son and daughter admitted to the University of Southern California as fake athletic recruits

Teachers strike shuts down thousands of Dutch schools

Nov 6, 2019

A daylong strike by Dutch teachers has shut down thousands of schools across the country, the latest mass protest in what is becoming an autumn of discontent in the Netherlands

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