MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that they have taken the recent investigation into a sexual assault between players of the Proctor High School football program. Charges have been filed in a student misconduct case that led to the cancellation of the Proctor High School football team’s season. READ MORE: Lynx Seek Answers After 0-4 Start To Season In early October, multiple students told WCCO about a locker room assault in September, and the video that spread on social media. They said two football players held down another player as a third, older teammate used an item to sodomize that player held on the ground. Students told WCCO it took days for school officials to find out as video and pictures circulated among classmates on Snapchat. READ MORE: VIDEO: MnDOT Cams Show Tanker Rollover, Milk Spill North Of Twin Cities Coach Derek Parendo resigned last week, telling WCCO he felt like he had been “singled out” and … [Read more...] about St. Louis County Attorney’s Office Takes Proctor High School Hazing Case
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COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — A 16-year-old student wanted for stabbing a classmate at Coatesville Area High School is now charged with attempted murder. Odell Cannon turned himself in to police on Tuesday night. Cannon is being charged as an adult. READ MORE: 4 People On Way To Prom Party Injured In West Philadelphia Quadruple Shooting, Police Say Investigators say Cannon stabbed 16-year-old Mickey Rayner during a fight in a school bathroom Tuesday morning. READ MORE: Philadelphia School District Postpones Plans To Push Back School Start Times An eyewitness told investigators that Rayner believed Cannon had stolen a vape cigarette cartridge from him and wanted to fight. MORE NEWS: Robert Atkins Charged In 1991 Cold Case Murder Of Joy Hibbs In Bucks County Authorities say Rayner’s injuries are not life-threatening. … [Read more...] about 16-Year-Old Odell Cannon Charged With Attempted Murder In Stabbing Of Classmate At Coatesville Area Senior High School
SHREWSBURY (CBS) — According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control, more than 40% of high school students reported poor mental health during the pandemic. To make matters worse, there is a shortage of therapists to treat these kids who are suffering from anxiety and depression. The CDC survey found four out of ten kids reported feeling “persistently sad or hopeless,” and one in five saying they have contemplated suicide. Compounding the crisis is the shortage of therapists needed to help treat these kids. That is part of the reason high school senior Katelyn Smith, who is from Shrewsbury, turned her brother’s old bedroom into a makeshift studio and started her own podcast called “Modern Adolescence.” She created a makeshift studio in her brother’s old bedroom, complete with video camera, lighting, and editing equipment. She researches mental health topics and schedules interviews with fellow classmates and professionals. Katelyn understands what it is like to live … [Read more...] about Shrewsbury teen’s mental health podcast aims to help fellow high school students
CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — A high school baseball playoff game was postponed after a parking lot scuffle between parents and an umpire in Carmichael. The fight happened as Del Campo and Buhach Colony are in the middle of a three-game playoff series. But it’s now on hold all because one of the biggest lessons in sports didn’t seem to resonate with parents. READ MORE: 'Parks Won't Be There If We Don't Take Care Of Them': California State Parks Have Billion-Dollar Backlog Of Maintenance Projects “We have never seen this amount of bad behavior, especially from parents of young athletes,” said Barry Mano, the founder and president of the National Association of Sports Officials. This ugly scene played out after the game Monday where the Del Campo Cougars defeated the Buhach Colony Thunder 3-2. A Del Campo parent captured a video of the winning run on a close play at the plate. “This cannot turn on the rightness or the wrongness of the calls that they’re making,” Mano said. “What are … [Read more...] about Fight Between Parents, Umpires After Baseball Playoff Game In Carmichael Leads To Calls For Change In Consequences
(AP) — At least 19 children and two adults are dead after a school shooting in Texas Tuesday morning. There have been dozens of shootings and other attacks in U.S. schools and colleges over the years, but until the massacre at Colorado’s Columbine High School in 1999, the number of dead tended to be in the single digits. Since then, the number of shootings that included schools and killed 10 or more people has mounted. The most recent two were both in Texas. READ MORE: 'This Cannot Continue': Minnesota Leaders React To Deadly Texas School Shooting ROBB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, May 2022 An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two adults , officials said. The 18-year-old attacker was killed by law enforcement. People react outside Willie de Leon Civic Center in Uvalde, Texas, US, on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. (credit: Eric Thayer/Bloomberg via Getty Images) SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL, May 2018 A 17-year-old … [Read more...] about A Look At Some Of The Deadliest US School Shootings, Including At Red Lake H.S. In Minn.
UVALDE, Texas—The 18-year-old gunman who opened fire at a Texas elementary school, killing at least 19 kids and two adults , wrote three disturbing messages on Facebook just minutes before the massacre, warning of the carnage to come. “I’m going to shoot my grandmother,” Salvador Ramos wrote about 30 minutes before his rampage at Robb Elementary School, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday. Ramos made good on his vow, writing minutes later that he’d “shot my grandmother.” His last message foretold of his final act of unspeakable violence: “I’m going to shoot an elementary school,” he wrote about 15 minutes before he arrived on campus. Abbott revealed the shooter’s final posts at a press conference, saying there was “no meaningful forewarning of this crime.” ( Facebook specified that they were private one-on-one messages, not public posts.) The messages mirror texts Ramos reportedly sent to a 15-year-old female acquaintance in Germany, who then shared them with CNN , … [Read more...] about School Drop-Out Gave Warning on Facebook Minutes Before Uvalde Massacre