The developments at Penn State are in so many ways national news: the sex abuse allegations, the cover-up, Joe Paterno’s unceremonious dismissal, the riots, the tears – the list of stories goes on and on.
Montclair State University's studentnewspaper is set to file paperwork with the New Jersey Office of the Secretaryof State that will guarantee the paper's independence as a nonprofit501(c)(3) corporation.
The state Supreme Court on Wednesday sent a studentnewspaper's lawsuit seeking police reports back to a lower court forfurther review.
The North Carolina legislature passed a billWednesday allowing public parks and recreation programs, like Little Leagues, tokeep private the names and information of children who participate in theprograms.
Student editors at Armstrong Atlantic StateUniversity's student newspaper, The Inkwell, filed a lawsuit Mondayagainst the university, claiming the school stifled their right to free speechwhen the paper's budget was slashed in March.
An unknown number of copies of The DailyUniverse, Brigham Young University's student newspaper, were takenfrom newsstands earlier this month and dumped into recycling bins.
A federal judge on Thursday issued a permanentinjunction barring Virginia's Alcoholic Beverage Control board fromenforcing two regulations that ban certain kinds of alcohol advertisements innewspapers.
Humboldt State University's investigative reporting class had hit a wall. In January they embarked on an investigation into mental health within the Humboldt County Jail by researching the life and death of James Lee Peters, a Native American man who in August committed suicide while in the jail.
The University of New Mexico Board of Regents approveda policy on Wednesday that will open more university records and information tothe public.
Eastern Michigan University will pay $350,000 infederal fines for failing to disclose crime information in violation of theClery Act, the largest such fine ever.