Two injured in Morgan County shooting

Two people, including a sheriff's deputy, were hurt in a shooting in Versailles late Tuesday.

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UVA vows zero-tolerance policy on rapes

"The status quo is no longer acceptable."

That's the message the University of Virginia is trying to send its students and others after a scathing Rolling Stone story detailed allegations of a gang rape at a fraternity party, and the school's supposed...

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Missouri taxpayers sue Nixon for Common Core test

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge says taxpayer money for the next two weeks can't pay for membership fees to a group creating tests complying with Common Core education standards.

Jefferson City family: Bullying ruins lives

Bullying in Jefferson City Schools, private and public, has been a problem ABC 17 has been following for more than a year.

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Ferguson library sees donations roll in

Ferguson is in turmoil, but one community safe haven is getting a lot of attention.

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More food banks serve hungry college students

They may be studying at high-priced institutions, but a growing number of U.S. college students rely on food pantries for their next meal.

At least 100 have opened on college campuses across the country in the past six years. By one estimate there we...

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Why students are saying #ThanksMichelleObama

Students unhappy with school meals are taking it out on the first lady by sharing images on social media of lunches sarcastically tagged #ThanksMichelleObama.

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Berkeley students protest UC tuition hike

Students at U.C. Berkeley protested for a second day Friday against a tuition hike approved this week by the University of California.

More than 300 students had occupied Berkeley's Wheeler Hall, according to the university's student-run newspaper, T...

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LA student abuse settlement: $139 million

The Los Angeles public school district will pay more than $139.2 million to the families of 81 children allegedly abused by an elementary teacher now serving a prison sentence for lewd conduct, officials said Friday.

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