UC has a plan to make it easier for community college students to transfer. Critics say it’s still not enough
The University of California has proposed a new pathway for community college students in California — one that guarantees admission for those who qualify.
Alaska Native Scouts feted 67 years after rescuing Navy crew
Sixteen Alaska Native men are being honored for rescuing the crew of a U.S. Navy plane shot down over the Bering Strait by Soviet fighter jets nearly 70 years ago
NBA and National Basketball Players Association announce new tentative seven-year collective bargaining agreement
Murdaugh family keepsake purchased at auction was gifted to Buster, lawyer says
A visor that belonged to Buster Murdaugh's slain brother, Paul, and was purchased at a Georgia auction last week will be returned to the family, an attorney said.
Sanitation officials try to erase New York’s ‘trash city’ reputation with new rules to ‘send rats packing’
Michigan 4th grader called 'big footed' and teased at school sets world record with her size 10.5 feet
As California floods, a farmworker town feels forgotten — again
Longtime residents, local officials and activists say a history of disinvestment and marginalization has left Pajaro especially vulnerable to flooding.