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Photo by Sam Bruton.

UPDATE: Reported off campus robbery actually a narcotics deal gone bad

By Elizabeth Campbell and William Konig
Published Feb 9, 2018
A male student was held at gunpoint Tuesday around 3100 Wabash Ave.
Elijah Herring used a master key to enter three apartments in one night before he was arrested for criminal trespassing (Photo courtesy of Tarrant County Sheriffs Office and Cristian Argueta Soto).

Arrest of desk assistant prompts changes in Housing and Residential Life hiring

By Shane Battis
Published Feb 3, 2018
Housing and Residence Life has limited the number of employees who have access to room keys since this incident.
TCU Alert System doesnt reach GrandMarc residents

TCU Alert System doesn’t reach GrandMarc residents

By Skylar Kalb
Published Dec 7, 2017
A lack of cell service and TCU Alert speakers potentially puts GrandMarc residents at risk.
Passing along an ID may land students in campus life

Passing along an ID may land students in campus life

By Corinne Hildebrandt
Published Nov 22, 2017
TCU police step up enforcement of not allowing borrowed IDs to be used for football games.
WATCH: assistant vice chancellor for public safety talks his role, future plans for TCU

WATCH: assistant vice chancellor for public safety talks his role, future plans for TCU

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Nov 16, 2017
Adrian Andrews addresses his background in the secret service and how it prepared him for his role at TCU.
TCU Samuelson Hall

Some students unsure of where to take cover during lockdowns

By Grace Amiss
Published Nov 16, 2017
TCU students and faculty reflect on what to do when there's an armed person on campus.
Two Roadrunner Shuttle service employees got into an argument and one fired a shot. This is a Roadrunner Shuttle, but not the one involved in the incident. (Photo by Elizabeth Campbell.)

Update: Shooter near campus is in Fort Worth Police custody

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Nov 7, 2017
The suspect is in police custody.

TCU, area schools share similar policies for handling suspicious people

By Shane Battis
Published Jan 20, 2016
TCU issued a crime alert after a mentally ill man was released into the community from a psychological evaluation last week.

Vacancies increasing at the Fort Worth Police Department as recruiting slows

By Samirah Swaleh
Published Jan 11, 2016
A nation wide shortage of police officers is affecting Fort Worth as the city attempts to expand.