• Football Season to Continue for Team Rocked by Hazing

    by Rosana Hughes October 2017

    Grundy County High School's football team will play out the remainder of the season despite five players being held on house arrest after they were charged with attempted aggravated rape.

  • Opinion: Area's Latest Hazing an Act of 'Pure Evil'

    by Jay Greeson October 2017

    By now, we should all have had enough of the hatred that becomes violence that becomes the unthinkable.

  • Homecoming Events Forfeited Over Racist Social Share

    by Courtney Cameron October 2017

    With a unanimous vote Thursday evening, the Meade School Board of Sturgis, S.D., made the decision to forfeit Sturgis Brown High School's homecoming football game against Pine Ridge and cancel the corresponding parade and dance.

  • Efforts to Curb High School Football Blowouts Fall Short

    by Steve Craig October 2017

    Despite several changes to try to make high school football more competitive, Maine's high school football schedule offers the same alarming results: the majority of the games are one-sided.

  • Girls' Soccer Parents Try to Overturn Playoffs DQ

    by Owen O'Brien October 2017

    Center Moriches High School parents are appealing a decision that disqualified the school's girls soccer team from the upcoming playoffs because the team scheduled more than the maximum number of games...

  • Authorities Investigate Alleged Hazing at School

    by Ben Benton and Rosana Hughes October 2017

    Five Grundy County High School football players are charged with attempted aggravated rape after an assault on a freshman teammate...

  • Schools Examine Alleged Racial Slur at Soccer Game

    by Travis Barrett October 2017

    Cony and Mt. Ararat high school administrators are investigating an alleged racial incident that took place Sept. 28 during a boys' varsity soccer game...

  • California Fires Devastate Community, HS Events

    by Jason Jordan and Jim Halley October 2017

    In all, six players on the Cardinals football team lost their homes as a result of the wildfires, according to Barrington. "We were able to get to the house Monday, and there's nothing," Barrington said. "Literally, there's nothing. It's just burnt to the ground. I don't have anything left."

  • High School Coach Responds to Racist Snapchat Post

    by Andy Berg October 2017

    A high school coach in Iowa is responding to racial slurs posted to social media and directed at one of his players who knelt during national anthem.

  • Coach Arrested for Failure to Report Child Abuse

    by Rosana Hughes October 2017

    A Northwest Whitfield High School coach and an adult woman have been arrested after a party at which a female high school student allegedly was raped, according to a news release from the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office.