• Four Fired, One Suspended in HS Recruiting Probe

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    At a Board of Education meeting Wednesday night, a Patterson (N.J.) Eastside athletic director and two coaches were terminated following a series of investigations into the school’s recruiting practices.

  • Man Charged for Filming Girls Hockey Team in Locker Room

    by Pat Reavy April 2017

    A West Jordan man accused of using his phone to secretly film a young girls hockey team in a locker room has been charged with multiple counts of voyeurism.

  • Family of Hazing Rape Victim Files Federal Suit

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    The family of an unnamed student-athlete from La Vernia High School filed a federal lawsuit Thursday, seeking damages for violations of civil rights, as well as constitutional rights outlined in the fourth and 14th amendments.

  • No Charges Filed in SEAL Trainee Drowning Case

    by Spokesman Review April 2017

    The Navy will not pursue criminal charges in the drowning of a sailor who was repeatedly pushed underwater by an instructor during Navy SEAL basic training in California, authorities said Monday.

  • Man Arrested in Locker Room Attack

    by Pat Reavy April 2017

    Timothy Alan Wyatt, 33, of Salt Lake City, was arrested after police say he randomly grabbed an 18-year-old woman in the locker room at Salt Lake Community College around 8 a.m.

  • City May Convert Rail Line into Bike Path, Public Park

    by Cornelius Frolik April 2017

    A conceptual rendering of what the Norfolk Southern rail line could look like if converted into a bike path and park. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley says the project is "a big deal."

  • Town Settles Suit After Child Injured on Playground

    by Stefanie Dazio April 2017

    The Hempstead Town Board voted 6-0 Tuesday to settle a personal injury lawsuit — filed by a mother on behalf of her child — for $24,000, town documents show.

  • NHL Concussion Case Could Be Headed for Court

    by John Vogl April 2017

    The NHL concussion lawsuit filed by retired players against the league continues to march toward a Minnesota courtroom. Its arrival seems inevitable.

  • 'Pocket Parks' Help City Improve Fitness, Battle Blight

    by Tonyaa Weathersbee April 2017

    A study published in American Journal of Health Promotion in 2014 found that pocket parks compared favorably to playgrounds when it came to boosting the physical activity of people who lived within a half-mile of them.

  • HS Football Players Suspected of Assault, Kidnapping

    by Courtney Cameron March 2017

    Wednesday afternoon, six members of the Hamilton High School football team were taken to police headquarters in downtown Chandler, Ariz., under suspicion of sexual assault, kidnapping and aggravated assault of teammates as part of a hazing ritual.