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Tyler Kingkade

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Past articles by Tyler:

Biden administration announces next steps in overhauling Title IX campus sexual assault rules

The Biden administration is planning a public hearing on changes to former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' Title IX regulations governing campus sexual assault. → Read More

Iowa reporter goes to trial over arrest during Black Lives Matter protest

Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri is the first journalist arrested while covering Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 to go to trial. → Read More

Washington state taps Starbucks for help on Covid vaccine rollout

The coffee giant has committed a team to work full time on expediting its home state’s vaccine distribution. → Read More

A profitable 'death trap': Sequel youth facilities raked in millions while accused of abusing children

Sequel Youth & Family Services collected hundreds of millions in tax dollars to care for vulnerable children, despite abuse and negligence allegations. → Read More

'It's not enough': Health experts say Iowa governor's new Covid order is 'weak'

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds introduced a limited mask mandate that experts see as "weak," warning that the state will continue breaking records for COVID-19 deaths. → Read More

Biden wants to scrap Betsy DeVos' rules on sexual assault in schools. It won't be easy.

The Trump administration's Title IX regulations prioritize students accused of sexual misconduct instead of their accusers, victims' advocates say. → Read More

Grassroots activists propel progressive wins in L.A. as California reform efforts fail

"L.A. is massive and huge, but it's also a testing ground for lots of policy," said Kendall Mayhew, a board member of the activist group Ground Game LA. → Read More

Girls alleged abuse at reform school for years. It stayed open until they got on TikTok.

More than a dozen people reported abuse at Circle of Hope Girls' Ranch, a boarding school for troubled teens in Missouri, before the state shut it down. → Read More

The brief life of Cornelius Frederick: Warning signs missed before teen's fatal restraint

Lakeside Academy, run by Sequel Youth and Family Services, had an extensive pattern of violations before Cornelius Frederick's death, raising questions about why Michigan officials didn't act sooner. → Read More

Want to wax eyebrows in Pennsylvania? You have to be a good person. This 'oppressive' law says so.

Pennsylvania is denying people with a criminal record a cosmetology license, under a "good moral character" provision in state law that lawyers describe as "oppressive." → Read More

'Des Moines is not immune to this': Iowa protesters march for racial justice — and get results

After a week of demonstrations led by black activists protesting the death of George Floyd, the all-white Des Moines City Council is planning a vote on a ban of racial profiling by police. → Read More

K-12 schools keep mishandling sexual assault complaints. Will new Title IX regulations help?

K-12 schools are accused in hundreds of lawsuits of mishandling sexual assault cases, and advocates worry new Title IX regulations won't fix the problem. → Read More

Betsy DeVos' new Title IX rules will shake up how K-12 schools handle sexual harassment

New regulations released Wednesday by the Education Department will change how K-12 schools respond to students' reports of sexual assault and harassment. → Read More

Betsy DeVos releases final changes to campus sexual assault policies

Groups advocating for sexual assault victims worry that the changes will have a chilling effect on students coming forward. → Read More

One doctor vs. the DEA: Inside the battle to study marijuana in America

DEA regulations on cannabis research prevent scientists from studying the marijuana sold at dispensaries. Instead, they have to get marijuana grown at the University of Mississippi. → Read More

Police see rise in domestic violence calls amid coronavirus lockdown

As law enforcement confronts more domestic abuse cases, shelters for victims face new challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus in juvenile detention is a 'nightmare scenario,' doctors and advocates say

The coronavirus pandemic has spurred a flurry of activity to release children from juvenile detention centers. Doctors, youth advocates and former probation and detention officials say it's the only way to prevent an outbreak. → Read More

Coronavirus is a 'personal nightmare' for people with OCD and anxiety disorders

For people with mental health conditions, COVID-19 is both their worst nightmare and sudden validation of their habits. → Read More

How moms are quietly passing gun safety policy through school boards

Gun safety activists are lobbying school boards to pass secure gun storage policies that remind parents to lock up any firearms they own at home. → Read More

School tip lines were meant to stop shootings, but uncovered a teen suicide crisis

States that set up tip lines to prevent school shootings have found the hotlines flooded with students' reports of suicidal thoughts and self-harm. → Read More