American River College Lockdown Lifted With No Crime FoundThe lockdown was announced just before 7 p.m. after a report of a crime in progress.
Puppies And Coloring Books For College Finals Raise ConcernsARC said the coloring books and crayons will all be donated. Teachers have donated their time outside of school hours as well and it will not come out of taxpayers pockets.
Sacramento College Students Turning To Sugar Daddies To Pay For SchoolUC Davis is one of many universities across the country seeing a dramatic increase in sugar baby signups—more than 400 students are currently signed up.
Former American River College Student Accused Of Extortion In Alleged Revenge Porn PlotA former American River College student is behind bars, facing felony charges including extortion and distribution of child pornography.
Welding Jobs In High Demand, ARC Looks To Help Fill GapIt's a specialty job in high demand, and American River College is trying to help fill the gap.
Iraqi Refugee Facing Terror-Related Charges Denied Bailriday’s arraignment gave us a good look at the Sacramento resident arrested on terror-related charges. Our cameras were not allowed inside the courtroom, but we obtained audio recordings of the proceedings.
American River College Student Diagnosed With Active TuberculosisSacramento County public health officials say an American River College student has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis.
Former Student Arrested After Alleged Threats Against American River CollegePolice say a student heard the threat and told a faculty member who alerted police. Clark was arrested at his job on Thursday night.
Police: Former American River College Student Threatened Violence At SchoolPolice say an American River College student is suspected of threatening violence at the school.
ARC Student Trustee Draws Criticism Over Holocaust CommentsA student trustee is drawing criticism over Holocaust comments that a community college official called abhorrent and contrary to history.
Sacramento English Professor Enjoys Working With Developmental WritersWith demands for STEM majors being the rallying cry for our nation's young adults in the twenty-first century, colleges are more apt to stuff curriculums full of coding and calculus rather than the arts of reading, writing and critical thinking.