Cyber Champions Tour WashingtonA team of students from the University of Central Florida won the Raytheon-sponsored National Cyber Collegiate Defense Competition earlier this year.
Florida Grad Sentenced To Life In Prison In New York For Torture And Murder Of His GirlfriendVictim's last words recorded on a cell phone that apparently pocket-dialed a friend.
University Of Central Florida May Require Health Insurance For All New StudentsUCF official says 1 in 5 students does not have insurance.
Damages Reduced In Lawsuit Against UCF AthleticsA ruling by a Florida appeals court on Friday has reduced a $10 million damage award to $200,000 in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a University of Central Florida football player who died following conditioning drills in 2008.
Plotter Of Foiled Fla. College Attack Kept To SelfA former college student who plotted an attack at the University of Central Florida left little impression on his classmates before his suicide led to the discovery of his weapons and his plans.
Police: College Student Who Killed Self Planned Attack At SchoolA University of Central Florida student who pulled a dorm fire alarm in the middle of the night had a more sinister plan than sending students scurrying out into the night, authorities said.
UCF Suspends All Fraternity, Sorority Activities The University of Central Florida has suspended many fraternity and sorority activities until alcohol and hazing issues are addressed.
Political Advertisements Bombard ViewersIs there any escape from all those political ads in the most hotly contested states in the three weeks before the presidential election?
Paul Ryan Promises To Repeal Obama Contraception MandateRepublican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan on Saturday derided President Obama's space program and called his administration's requirement that hospitals and universities, including Catholic ones, be required to offer contraception an "assault on religious liberty."
Graduating Senior's "Tebowing" Cost Him His DiplomaA graduating high-school senior thought it would be funny to do some “Tebowing” on his way to receiving his diploma. What he didn’t know was that he wouldn’t receive his diploma as a result of his homage to Tim Tebow.
Broken Spine, Torn Pages Help Fuel Teen's CharityBRANDON, Fla. (AP) — He fixes spines, mends tears and restores missing pieces. Ben Carpenter started this work when he was 12 and has refurbished a library's worth of books during the past four years. He has donated the restored books, about 4,200 in all, to assisted living facilities, schools, homeless shelters and other organizations through his nonprofit company, Ben's Mends.