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Chase professor cited, quoted in national death penalty case

Chase professor cited, quoted in national death penalty case

Elizabeth Cates, Reporter

April 30, 2019

Drug dealer Azibo Aquart and his accomplices pulled on their masks and armed themselves early one morning on August 24, 2005, to break in a “perceived” drug competitor’s apartment. After constraining her and two others in the apartment, Aquart and company beat them to death with baseball bats, ac...

Human trafficking task force working to help Kentucky victims

Human trafficking task force working to help Kentucky victims

Noelle Horn, Reporter

February 20, 2019

In Northern Kentucky, the dangers of human trafficking might appear inconsequential. One imagines a trip abroad gone wrong or bases their knowledge around the dramatic portrayals they’ve seen in Hollywood. But this violation of human rights is living and prevalent, and it can happen to anyone. In...

Rebel lawyer: Chase Law professor defends survivors of trafficking

Rebel lawyer: Chase Law professor defends survivors of trafficking

Noelle Horn, Reporter

January 18, 2019

It isn't easy to get Chase Law professor Jennifer Kinsley to back down from a challenge.

Police: Suspect at large after sexual assault in University Center

Police: Suspect at large after sexual assault in University Center

Northerner Staff

January 16, 2019

NKU Police are looking for a suspect in a reported sexual assault that occurred Wednesday in the University Center.

The dangers of Cyberspace & how you can protect yourself

The dangers of Cyberspace & how you can protect yourself

Noelle Horn, Contributor

October 4, 2018

One day while browsing the internet a pop-up appears on your screen. The pop-up says to be from Microsoft and claims that a virus been found on your computer and that if immediate actions are not taken — if you do not call their toll free number, your information will be stolen. On closer inspection, y...

Campus Safety: How NKU police, officials prepare for the unthinkable

Campus Safety: How NKU police, officials prepare for the unthinkable

Natalie Hamren and Josh Kelly

October 3, 2018

NKU uses trainings, alerts and procedures to keep students safe during active shootings and other emergencies.

‘That could’ve been me’: NKU reacts to Cincinnati shooting

‘That could’ve been me’: NKU reacts to Cincinnati shooting

Sam Rosenstiel, Nicole Browning, Natalie Hamren, and Josh Kelly

September 6, 2018

Cincinnati Police confirmed four people were killed during an active shooter incident at Fifth Third Center on Fountain Square Thursday.

Police Beat week of Aug. 29

Police Beat week of Aug. 29

Northerner Staff

August 29, 2018

From the University Police logs, here's the week in crime at NKU.

BREAKING: Police report sexual assault in Kentucky Hall

BREAKING: Police report sexual assault in Kentucky Hall

Sam Rosenstiel, Editor-in-Chief

August 27, 2018

University Police released a timely warning Monday stating a sexual assault occurred in Kentucky Hall in the Boothe Residential Village on Aug. 22.  According to the release, the victim reported they met the alleged assailant using a dating app. The suspect is male and is not student. No further details were provided to police.

Police Beat week of April 25

Police Beat week of April 25

Northerner Staff

April 24, 2018

A dorm party, marijuana possession, harassing cards and theft at the Rec. Here are the highlights from University Police’s weekly crime report.

Police Beat week of April 18

Police Beat week of April 18

Northerner Staff

April 17, 2018

Damage to Student Union glass and reports of an employee showing up to work drunk. Here are the highlights from University Police’s weekly crime report.

Police Beat week of April 11

Police Beat week of April 11

Northerner Staff

April 10, 2018

A rape reported in University Housing, property removed from a dorm, drug offenses and harassment. Here are the highlights from University Police’s weekly crime report.

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