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Baylor Rape Suspect Banned From UT-Dallas Campus

5 months ago by Stephen Young
University of Texas at Dallas senior Jacob Anderson has been banned from the school's campus, university President Richard Benson announced late Wednesday afternoon. Earlier this week, Anderson agreed to a controversial plea deal in McLennan County following allegations that he raped a fellow student while president of a Baylor University fraternity...
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Disgraced Former Baylor Football Coach Art Briles Lands New Gig

10 months ago by Stephen Young
Art Briles, two years removed from being dumped by Baylor University amid dozens of sexual assault allegations against his players, has another job coaching football. Briles has been hired as head coach of Guelfi Firenze, a team in the Italian American Football League's first division, the team announced Thursday. "We...
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Art Briles Sues Baylor Regents for Defamation

2 years ago by Stephen Young
Apparently not content to quietly leave Baylor University, Art Briles, the school's deposed head football coach, sued university regents and a school vice president Thursday for defamation and conspiracy. Briles' suit centers on the claim that he did not, contrary to statements made by regents and the university, know about...
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Briles Tries to Separate Himself from Baylor in Lawsuit

3 years ago by Stephen Young
Late Wednesday, former Baylor University Head Football Coach Art Briles asked a federal court to remove him as a defendant in a lawsuit brought against the school by a former student who claimed she was raped by a player. That player, Tevin Elliot, who has been convicted and sent to prison...
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Religious Refusal Bill Passes Texas Senate Committee

2 months ago by Silas Allen
A bill that would allow licensed professionals to deny services on religious grounds advanced out of a Texas Senate committee Monday afternoon. Senate Bill 17 would bar state license-granting agencies from taking action against an occupational license holder "based on a sincerely held religious belief." The bill passed the Senate...
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Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight Are YouTube’s Big Sisters

1 month ago by Paige Skinner
Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight didn’t become the clean-cut mega popular YouTubers they are today without following a few rules from their parents. No social media until age 13. Parents will monitor all texts and social media activity. A multi-page contract will be signed before you’re given a phone, computer or...
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Patient Safety Watchdog Gives Baylor Low Marks

3 years ago by Stephen Young
Most of Dallas major hospitals look pretty good in the Hospital Safety Score Survey released this week by the Leapfrog Group, a patient safety watchdog organization. Methodist Charlton Medical Center, Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and UT Southwestern University Hospital all got A's on their report cards...

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