A Claremont McKenna professor was placed on paid leave after an investigation by the Claremont Police Department and the FBI concluded that she may have been responsible for vandalizing her own car in a highly publicized incident earlier this month.
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Dressed in black and chanting slogans of unity, more than 2,000 students and faculty from the five Claremont colleges converged Wednesday night in a rally to protest an apparent hate crime at the campus Tuesday.
Within the last three weeks, several University of La Verne students have become victims of on-campus theft.
A Macintosh computer tower and keyboard were taken from the graduate lab in Mainiero Building on Saturday, said John Lentz, director of campus safety and transportation.
Life will go on. History has shown that we as humans move at a rapid pace. We discover, we invent and we conquer, and then we reach a point where we stop and see room for growth.
High-risk sex offender Kristian Eric Rosvold is being forced out of his Cork Circle home in La Verne. A Marin County Superior Court judge ruled April 30 that Rosvold had 45 days to leave.
Why is our justice system so screwed up? It seems that every time you open the paper and read about judges sentencing criminals, they either let them off incredibly easy or give it to them too rough. Why do we give so much power to judges?
No arrests have been made as of Wednesday in the Sept. 2 stabbing death of Abigail Pumpido, 26, of Duarte whose body was found in a La Verne gated community.
Florida, California and 39 other states have enacted laws to try children as adults for serious crimes. I am not disagreeing with making twisted children serve just time, however, life sentences for children are absurd.
Imagine you are at home. It is 2 a.m. and you are sound asleep. Suddenly, you awake to the sight of a shadowy figure clutching a knife, looming near the foot of your bed.