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Read: CSUN Receives 2 Mass Shooting Threats, Campus Remains Open

CSUN Receives 2 Mass Shooting Threats, Campus Remains Open

The school increased security after receiving the threats but decided to keep the campus open based on the threat level.

Read: Santa Fe ISD Sees Enrollment Drop After School Shooting

Santa Fe ISD Sees Enrollment Drop After School Shooting

There are 200 fewer students enrolled in the Santa Fe ISD this year compared to last after a student gunman shot and killed 10 people in May.

Read: Hackers Steal Over $800K From Cape Cod Community College

Hackers Steal Over $800K From Cape Cod Community College

The bank has been able to get back $278,887 so far after a cyber attack was able to hack the school’s banking information.

Read: Nude Photos Found in Ex-USC Gynecologist’s Storage Unit

Nude Photos Found in Ex-USC Gynecologist’s Storage Unit

Detectives are investigating whether the nude photos link the ex-employee to any of the women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

Read: Teen Gunman Dies at Richmond Middle School, Police Receive Tip

Teen Gunman Dies at Richmond Middle School, Police Receive Tip

A teenage suspect has died from a self-inflicted gun wound following an active shooter incident at a Richmond, Ind., middle school.

Read: Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

The 13-year-old died two days after he lost consciousness while being physically restrained by a staff member at Guiding Hands School.

Read: KSU Removes Policy to Charge Students Security Fees for Events

KSU Removes Policy to Charge Students Security Fees for Events

After the lawsuit from student group Liberty Hangout, KSU has dropped their policy to charge students a security fee when holding an event on campus.

Read: Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

Investigation Finds 578 Reports of Child Sexual Abuse at Summer Camps

There are no background check requirements for summer camp employees in 18 U.S. states and eight don’t require licenses for overnight camps.

Read: 2 Nuns Embezzle $500K from Catholic School for Trips, Gambling

2 Nuns Embezzle $500K from Catholic School for Trips, Gambling

The nuns have allegedly been using tuition fees and donations for the school to gamble and take casino trips for as long as 10 years.

Read: Ex-Baylor Student Accused of Rape Gets No Jail Time in Plea Deal

Ex-Baylor Student Accused of Rape Gets No Jail Time in Plea Deal

The former Baylor University fraternity president will serve no jail time after a Waco district judge accepted a plea bargain.

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