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"I want to see my kids! Bang! Bang!" the man shouted as he stormed into the front office of a South Carolina elementary school and pointed a handgun at a secretary and custodian. Both went limp at the verbal gunshots, and the "shooter," a police officer...
A Berrien County teenager charged with murdering her boyfriend after a night of drinking and fighting will undergo a psychological evaluation. Friday morning a judge signed an order that 17-year-old Destiny Coulson should be sent to the state "center for...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterKathi Pierce noticed almost from birth that her son Wesley was having some problems when he had trouble breast-feeding. It took years of trying various medical exams before Wesley was diagnosed with low-functioning autism. Now Pierce worries about...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMitch Kajzer sometimes wonders how his life would be different if he hadn't been shot 20 years ago as a young South Bend police officer. "If it had never happened, I probably would have been a career police officer," he says. That would have been fine,...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A California state prison psychologist has been charged with faking her own rape in an unsuccessful bid to persuade her husband to move to a safer neighborhood, authorities said Friday. Laurie Ann Martinez conspired with a...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A California university professor can no longer demand snacks from students taking his psychology classes. Sacramento State professor George Parrott has demanded snacks from his students for 39 years. Students were told of...
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A South Florida high school advanced placement psychology teacher has been disciplined for giving a quiz filled with sexual innuendoes. Frank Rozanski of William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens was...
SOUTH BEND - It started small. A sneering comment in the cafeteria. Knocking books out of his hands in the hall. Muttering “faggot” whenever he spoke in class. But once the verbal attacks escalated into more physical altercations, Ryan Coleman...
Morgan Lane Arnold, an emotionally frail 14-year-old freshman, navigated the hallways of her Howard County high school each day filled with anxiety, unable because of a learning disorder to decipher the social cues, jokes and emotions of her peers. Her...
Hedda Bolgar, a psychologist old enough to have attended Sigmund Freud's lectures in Vienna but youthful enough to have treated patients until just a few weeks ago, has died. She was 103. Her mind was sharp, her zest for work keen, and her social...
Mental-health medicines This is in response to "Psychologists seek prescription power; Health professionals split over contentious bill now up to House" (News, May 12) and "Rx: Slow down; Psychologists and mental health medicines" (Editorial, May 13)....
The eclectic collection of framed art hanging in a condo hallway was carefully chosen and included a mix of sketches, pictures of insects and a poster that simply said "cinema." "This is the couple that go to flea markets," said Lisa Simeone,...
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