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Cyber Security Breaches Cost Hospitals $1.6B Annually

Hospitals nationwide can expect to spend an average of $810,000 per security breach, according to a new report.

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James Vahey was a suspected child predator who taught in private American schools overseas in nine different countries beginning in 1972. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

Authorities are looking to improve hospital workplace safety after two nurses were stabbed at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

Police seized more than 300 bags of heroin, two syringes and $1,420 from the suspect’s Excela Westmoreland Hospital room. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

A man fatally shot himself in the chest inside a Johns Hopkins Hospital emergency room restroom. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

The Joplin School District has constructed community safe rooms for residents to stay in during intense storms. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

Brandon Spencer has received a sentence of 40 years to life for injuring four people when he opened fire at a USC Halloween party in 2012. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said it’s OK for school district employees to carry handguns at sporting events and school board meetings to protect students. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

A hanging power line electrocuted a Keene State College grounds crew member. By CS Staff · April 21, 2014

On Wednesday, Florida State University (FSU) issued a statement in response to a New York Times story, which claims the school did little to investigate sexual assault allegations made against the school’s quarterback. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 21, 2014

The national headquarters of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is closing its University of Mississippi chapter after three of its members were suspected of hanging a noose around the neck of a civil rights icon. By CS Staff · April 18, 2014