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Mass Shootings in the Mass Media: What is the Right Coverage?

Mass Shootings in the Mass Media: What is the Right Coverage?

Brian Guski, Contributing Writer

November 4, 2018

With the horrific events that took place at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, there needs to be a change. It is not a matter of implementing stricter gun control, or arming every citizen in the United States with a firearm, but one of media coverage. Any individual, or organization, regardless of ...

Campus Crime Blotter 3/12/14

The Charger Bulletin

March 12, 2014

   *In accordance with the Federal law known as the Clery Act, the UNH Campus Police maintains a Crime Log, which contains information on alleged criminal incidents reported to the UNH Police. The following are matters of public record.    1. SEXUAL ASSAULT Location: N/A Date: 03/02/14 Time: 12:09 p.m. ...

Girl Turns Knife on Attacker

Erin Ennis

April 7, 2010

Police say a 15-year-old girl escaped from a knife-wielding assailant in New Haven. The girl was able to take the knife from the assailant, turn it around, and stab the man before running away. Police say Kevin Wills of New Haven grabbed the victim as she walked to a friend's house at about 1 a....

Lawmakers Table Domestic Violence Probe

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010

A Connecticut legislative task force that's discussing ways to improve domestic violence laws is holding off from examining a West Haven murder-suicide. Rep. Mae Flexer says the case remains under investigation. Once that's complete, she says the House Speaker's Task Force on Domestic Violence will...

Police: Man Kidnaps Girlfriend, 2 Kids

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010

Hartford police say they arrested a 24-year-old city man after he kidnapped his girlfriend and her two young children. Angel Martinez was charged Sunday with first-degree kidnapping, third-degree assault, firearms crimes and drug possession. Police say a relative of the woman called authorities shortly...

Humane Society Donations Stolen

The Charger Bulletin

January 28, 2010

Police in Meriden are investigating a break-in and theft at the Meriden Humane Society. Someone broke into the building on Murdock Ave. early Sunday morning and stole a collection box. Only the donations were taken. None of the animals were hurt. The box was one of those larger plastic bins where coins spin around and bou...

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