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  • Parents Question Conestoga Hazing Allegations

    by Michaelle Bond and Maria Panaritis; STAFF WRITERS April 2016

    Vincent DiMartini, a retired police officer, asserted that Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan had "sensationalized" what happened that day in the locker room last fall, in a bid to get before the cameras and discredit the top-ranking high school.

  • New Class-Action Suit Filed Against NFL Over CTE

    by Hal Habib Palm Beach Post Staff Writer April 2016

    Rose Stabler, former wife of late Oakland Raiders Hall of Fame quarterback Ken Stabler, filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL in Fort Lauderdale on Friday

  • City Reaches Settlement in Splash Pad Sewage Case

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    A dispute over a 2013 splash pad renovation could be drawing to an end as Traverse City, Mich., commissioners accepted a settlement for $300,000. The city blamed the firm Hamilton Anderson Associates for design flaws that led to water contaminated with sewage to rain down on children.

  • Bill Would Bar State Funds for Athletic Facilities

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    Lawmakers in Kansas are developing a bill that would give the state the ability to deny financial help to certain building projects at school districts. The legislation would create a state panel to review construction proposals, and only projects related directly to student instruction would be approved.

  • NHL’s Coyotes, Arizona State Could Share New Venue

    by Jason Scott February 2016

    Could a partnership between the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes and the Arizona State hockey program help to bolster the sport in the desert?

  • Ex-Teacher Secretly Videotaped Nude Athletes

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    Editor's Note: A previous headline on this story inaccurately referred to the man as an athletic trainer. We have since made the correction and apologize for the mistake.

    A former teacher and volunteer at a middle school and high school pleaded guilty Monday to sexual exploitation of a minor after he secretly recorded nude athletes with a camera pen.

  • Cal Admits Negligence Led to Football Player’s Death

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    The University of California Berkeley admitted negligence played a role in the 2014 death of a football player who died after a team conditioning drill.

  • Ex-Coaches Seek $18M in Discrimination Suit Damages

    by Stuart Goldman January 2016

    Three former coaches at the University of Minnesota Duluth are seeking $18 million in damages in a lawsuit filed against The Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota.

  • UMass Rec Bookkeeper Pleads Not Guilty

    by Takara Scott-Johnston January 2016

    Former University of Massachusetts Lowell bookkeeper Denise Daly has been ordered to stay away from all UMass campuses after pleading not guilty to multiple charges related to the theft of  $200,000 from the university recreation center.

  • Youth Soccer League Sues NFL Over Field Use

    by Jason Scott January 2016

    The NFL plans to transform the turf at a youth soccer complex next to Levi’s Stadium into a space for media broadcasts for the upcoming Super Bowl, but representatives of the Santa Clara Youth Soccer League plan to fight them.