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In this Dec. 12, 2016 photo illustration, a person types on a laptop in Florida. Riviera Beach, Fla., agreed to pay $600,000 in ransom to hackers who took over its computer system, the latest in thousands of attacks worldwide aimed at extorting money from governments and businesses. Spokeswoman Rose Anne Brown said Wednesday, June 19, 2019, that the city of 35,000 residents has been working with outside security consultants, who recommended the ransom be paid. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Don’t press send: Cyber ‘sextortion’ of students becoming more common at TCU

By JD PellsPublished April 18, 2022

A growing number of TCU students have reported being preyed on in cyber blackmail schemes this year after being sexually coerced by people online, according to the TCU Police Department. “A problem...

The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Criminal mischief: The most common crime reported at TCU residence halls this semester

By Emma WatsonPublished April 1, 2022

Criminal mischief is one of the most common crimes at TCU so far this semester, according to the TCU Police Department's Daily Crime and Fire Log. TCU Police Commander Stephen Hall said criminal mischief,...

Fort Worth Police began pursuing the suspect in South Hills and the chase ended at the Sid W. Richardson Building on TCU campus Tuesday night. (Photo by Derek Lytle)

Fort Worth Police arrests man on TCU campus after city-wide pursuit

By Derek Lytle and JD PellsPublished February 8, 2022

The Fort Worth Police Department arrested a man outside of the Sid W. Richardson Building following a police pursuit Tuesday night. The suspect had been reported in a domestic situation that occurred...

TCU dining prepares for the winter storm on Feb. 2, 2022. (Trevor Matthews/Staff Writer)

TCU dining prepares for increased need amid winter storm

By Trevor MatthewsPublished February 2, 2022

TCU's campus is closed as students and staff brace for bad weather conditions and snow this weekend. But TCU dining is prepared to keep facilities open and students fed. “Snow and Ice accumulations...

The TCU campus stays closed until Saturday, Feb. 3 at noon. Tarrant County is enduring cold weather with wind chill of 3 degrees fahrenheit. (JD Pells/TCU 360)

Winter is here: TCU extends campus closure into the weekend

By JD PellsPublished February 2, 2022

Amid a winter storm warning, TCU has closed campus from 5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 2 until noon on Saturday, Feb. 5. The university notified the TCU community that all academic instruction and activities...

A street sign warns drivers of ice prevention operations on highways ahead of winter weather in Dallas, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022. A major winter storm was expected to affect a huge swath of the United States, with heavy snow starting in the Rockies and freezing rain as far south as Texas before it drops snow and ice on the Midwest. The forecast comes nearly a year after a catastrophic winter storm devastated Texas power grid, causing hundreds of deaths. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

From shorts to snow, Fort Worth braces for ice

By Lance MinorPublished February 1, 2022

Ice, sleet and snow are due to hit Tarrant County; forecasters expected the storm to start Wednesday evening and continue into Thursday afternoon. With temperatures edging into the 70s on Tuesday,...

The TCU Police Department is located at 3025 Lubbock Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas. (Heesoo Yang/TCU 360)

Suspect involved in Airsoft gun shooting near campus in police custody

By Alexis KingPublished January 11, 2022

About an hour after TCU Police Department reported a student was shot with an Airsoft gun near campus, Fort Worth Police Department arrested the suspects of the crime in a separate incident Tuesday night. At...

Students and faculty gathered in the Campus Commons on Oct. 28 for the Chancellor’s town hall. (Allie Brown/TCU 360)

Chancellor speaks on COVID-19 regulations at town hall meeting

By Allie BrownPublished October 30, 2021

If vaccination rates increase at TCU, campus may see changes in COVID-19 regulations. Although Chancellor Victor Boschini said he would never give an answer of certainty regarding anything related...

The TCU Police Department. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

Suspect identified in indecent exposure involving TCU student near campus

By JD PellsPublished October 28, 2021

An indecent exposure incident in which a TCU student was flashed by a driver at the intersection of McPherson Ave. and Rogers Ave. occurred Thursday, Oct. 28 at approximately 6:50 p.m. An email from...

TCUPD car. (File Photo/Hank Kilgore)

Person of interest arrested in campus assault

By Alexis KingPublished October 19, 2021

A person of interest has been arrested about two days after a student was assaulted by the suspect on campus property. In a campus crime alert sent to students and faculty Monday, the TCU Police Department...

The stop sign at Norwood and Morton streets, close to where the recent shootings occurred near West 7th. (Photo courtesy of Katherine Vaughn)

Assistant vice chancellor for public safety reassures students after West 7th shootings

By Katharine VaughnPublished October 18, 2021

After two shootings in the popular West 7th entertainment district last month, TCU Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Safety Adrian Andrews reassured students that keeping them safe is their priority. On...

Colby Hall, an all-female
dormitory on TCUs campus. (Photo courtesy of TCU Housing and Residence Life)

‘The Red Zone’ still exists in the COVID-19 age

By Rebecca RobinsonPublished September 30, 2021

New students have been living on a campus that's much different than the last academic year, but the excitement to take advantage of social opportunities should serve as a reminder that 'The Red Zone'...

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