An adviser who lost his job after helping journalism students cover controversial stories settled his claim against the university in March for $64,000.
A controversial underground newspaper at McQueen High School in Reno has resulted in a libel suit against students involved with the publication.
A high school newspaper's story about farm boys having sex with animals has stirred an uproar in the small farming community of Stanwood and has placed the adviser of the paper's job in jeopardy.
Conflicts between a college student newspaper and a professional newspaper in Ames have made their way to court in a suit over access to the student newspaper's records.
A case attempting to hold a yearbook adviser responsible for misspelling a student's middle name was thrown out of court in November.
Competition between student and commercial newspapers does not always lead to a courthouse.
Fad? Hazelwood-inspired rebellion? Or just searching for a voice? High school students offer many reasons why they produce underground newspapers. Whatever their reasons, most still find themselves getting punished.
Phone calls and a back room meeting have led to a suit against Gov. Pete Wilson and the University of California System Board of Regents.
The state commissioner of education has reversed the findings of the Monticello Central School Board of Education, which disciplined Josh Herzog in January 1995 for participating in the publication and distribution of an underground newspaper.
Journalists from around the state have joined forces to fight the University of North Carolina for access to chancellor's committee meetings.