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  • Man Stung Nearly 400 Times by Bees at Baseball Game

    by Alex Cabrero Deseret News March 2015

    The 89-year-old man was watching a baseball game at Elks Field with his family when, seemingly out of left field, those bees started swarming.

  • Video: Gameday Security, a New Brand from Athletic Business

    by AB Staff March 2015

    Just what is Gameday Security? Who does it reach? What topics are covered? As we launch this new brand, we answer all those questions in this video.

  • Rec and Parks Manager Critically Injured by Falling Tree

    by Laura Godlewski, Athletic Business Intern March 2015

    A recreation and parks manager in San Francisco is in critical condition after being hit by a falling tree on Tuesday in the Bayview district, reports CBS San Francisco

  • Editorial: In Defense of Court Celebrations

    by Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas) March 2015

    Schools and their students should take greater care to ensure the time-honored tradition of storming the court after a particularly significant win over a traditional rival or national power is conducted as safely as possible, and is done as a celebration rather than an opportunity to demean the opponent.

  • Court-Storming: Is There Even a Solution?

    by Mike Sielski; Inquirer Columnist February 2015

    The more rules and regulations you impose, the more opportunities to exploit them develop, and the harder those rules and regulations become to enforce.

  • Concern Grows in Wake of K-State Court-Storming

    by Nicole Auerbach and Eric Prisbell, USA Today February 2015

    Though policies related to fans storming the court are determined on an individual school and/or conference level, there seems to be momentum building to consider changes -- whatever they might be -- in the aftermath of an ugly scene following the Kansas-Kansas State game Monday in Manhattan, Kan.

  • Survivors: Police Made Stadium Entrance a Death Trap

    by Sarah El Deeb February 2015

    Survivors described it as a corridor of death: a narrow route of high, chain-link security fences and barbed wire that thousands of soccer fans were filing through before entering the stadium to watch their team play.

  • Officials: Dozens Dead in Riot at Egyptian Soccer Match

    by Associated Press February 2015

    At least 25 people were killed Sunday in a riot outside of a major soccer game in Egypt that included a stampede and fighting between police and fans.

  • Eighty Percent of District's Play Areas Called Unsafe

    by Alexis Huicochea Arizona Daily Star February 2015

    Of the 84 playgrounds in Tucson Unified School District schools, 69 have significant safety hazards.

  • Boy Critical After Fall Through Ice at Closed Public Pool

    by McKenzie Romero January 2015

    A 12-year-old boy remained in critical condition Tuesday night after falling through the ice on a frozen swimming pool at the closed Magna Recreation Center.