{FD} San Antonio high school lockdown lifted, 1 detained

A teenager has been detained after officials say he threatened his ex-girlfriend in text messages that prompted a lockdown at a San Antonio high school.

{FD} Spurlock on sexual harassment: ‘I am part of the problem’

Declaring “I am part of the problem,” documentarian Morgan Spurlock confessed in an online post to sexual harassment, infidelity and said a woman accused him of rape in college.

{FD} Mom who posted video of bullied son denies being racist

A Tennessee woman who posted a video of her tearful son recounting being bullied at school has appeared on national media outlets to deflect accusations of racism.

{FD} $110M lawsuit claims high school ignored MS-13 threats

A $110 million lawsuit claims a New York high school ignored warnings that MS-13 members were threatening a student who was later found beaten to death.

{FD} Colorado teacher’s troubling message, ‘I want to kill children,’ leads to resignation

A Colorado middle school teacher resigned after projecting the dark note on a classroom screen

{FD} ‘Alternative facts’ remark tops 2017 list of notable quotes

The use of the term “alternative facts” by Kellyanne Conway, an adviser to President Donald Trump, tops a Yale Law School librarian’s list of the most notable quotes of 2017.

{FD} Threat of icy roads keeps some schools closed in Georgia

The lingering threat of icy roads is keeping some schools closed in Georgia days after a winter storm covered parts of the Deep South with snow.

{FD} Oberlin College accused of bullying small business over students’ arrests

Students at Oberlin College have long enjoyed pastries, bagels and chocolates from Gibson’s Bakery, a century-old, family-owned business near campus.

{FD} Keaton Jones receives celebrity gift offers from Chris Evans, Dana White and more after viral bullying video

A Tennessee woman’s video of her son’s tearful recounting of being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers.

{FD} Athletes, entertainers rush to support bullied Tennessee boy

A Tennessee woman’s video of her son recounting being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers.

{FD} Poet Robert Frost’s original Christmas cards on display

For the first time in more than half a century, a series of Christmas cards and booklets that feature poems by Robert Frost, the poet known for his gritty images of rural New England life, are on display at Vermont’s Middlebury College.

{FD} New Mexico school shooter disguised himself as student to get into building, police say

The 21-year-old gunman who killed two students before allegedly committing suicide inside a New Mexico high school Thursday disguised himself as a student to get inside, law enforcement officials said.

{FD} Suburban school system to again allow Baltimore field trips

Students from a suburban school system will again be allowed to take field trips to Baltimore.

{FD} Hearing on gun range near school delayed due to overcrowding

A zoning board’s public hearing on a proposal to build a gun range near a Rhode Island elementary school has been postponed because crowds packed the meeting room beyond capacity.

{FD} College cancels speech by advocate for guns on campuses

A Massachusetts college has apologized for canceling a speech by a woman who advocates for allowing guns on college campuses.

{FD} Tenured NJ teacher fired for confining students in bathroom

A state arbitrator has fired a tenured teacher in New Jersey for confining two students in a bathroom.

{FD} Oscars org adopts code of conduct after Weinstein expulsion

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science has announced its first code of conduct for its more than 8,400 members.

{FD} Committee opposes planned gun range near elementary school

A Rhode Island school committee has opposed a plan to build an outdoor gun range near an elementary school.

{FD} Brown probing alleged hazing in men’s swim and dive team

Brown University is investigating alleged hazing by the men’s varsity swimming and diving team.

{FD} UC Berkeley student libertarians sue over lack of campus designation

A student libertarian group at the University of California at Berkeley has asked a federal judge to intervene in a campus dispute.