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UVA frat sues Rolling Stone over bogus rape story

Three members of a University of Virginia fraternity sued Rolling Stone magazine Wednesday for a discredited story accusing frat members of gang raping a woman.

The suit also names the magazine's publisher, Wenner Media, and the reporter, Sabrina…


Site shows nude pics of high school girls

Clicking on a site's web links reveals hundreds of nude photographs of current and former high school students, all of which have been posted by anonymous users.


Teachers association president, board relieved

The Orange County Classroom Teachers Association was placed in administratorship as OCCTA President Diana Moore, other union officers and board of directors were relieved of their duties, the American Federation of Teachers says.


Backpacks filled with school supplies

For struggling families, buying the basic school supplies for their children can be near impossible. But that is where the Summer of Dreams program gets involved.


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Obama to offer Pell grants to prisoners

It's Prison Reform 101. The Obama administration will soon give some inmates the chance to take college courses on the government's dime.



Oviedo gets 'next gen' preschool

An Oviedo school is the first in Central Florida to embrace STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum for its preschool students.



Mailman's plea for books gets worldwide response

A postal carrier has delivered more than the mail to a Sandy, Utah boy, collecting shelves full of books for the child to read as his story has unexpectedly spread around the world.


New UCF Foundation CEO: ‘I intend to deliver more’

The foundation in charge of fundraising to support the University of Central Florida has a new leader, and alumni with concerns about how the organization has been run are hopeful he can make major improvements.


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Spelman ends Cosby professorship

Spelman College, a historically black women's school in Atlanta, has officially terminated a professorship endowed by actor Bill Cosby and his wife Camille.


UCF researcher appointed to Army advisory board

A University of Central Florida vice president has been appointed to serve on the Army Science Board.


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