A trail of discarded printer boxes, old newspapers and awell-worn refrigerator leads from the hallway into the The Georgetown Voice newsroom, whose bare walls are just the mostvisible signs of something unusual.
Thelawsuit of a former Mississippi high school student whose senior portrait wasremoved from the yearbook will proceed after a judge refused to dismiss thecase.
An Eastern Kansas school board is considering a policy that wouldeliminate on-campus memorials for deceased students and prevent studentnewspapers and yearbooks from dedicating editions or pages to them.
Morethan 500 emails chronicling the efforts of a Northwestern University journalismprofessor and his students to free a man serving a life sentence are notcovered under Illinois’ shield law, a judge ruled Wednesday.
An attorney for a Seattle landlord who accused a high schoolnewspaper of libel and defamation has appealed the dismissal of his case,marking the next stage in a legal dispute with the city’s school district.