(PULLMAN, Wash.) -- Fifteen men who belonged to a Washington State University fraternity were charged Wednesday in connection with the alcohol-poisoning death of a 19-year-old pledge two years ago, officials said. Whitman County prosecutors charged the former members of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity with... Read More.
(RICHMOND, Va.) — Virginia Commonwealth University freshman Adam Oakes, who died after attending an alleged fraternity hazing event, died from alcohol poisoning, the medical examiner's office has ruled. Oakes' cause of death was "ethanol toxicity" and the manner of death was ruled an "accident," Arkuie... Read More.
(FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio) -- The parents of an Ohio college sophomore who died from alcohol poisoning following an alleged fraternity hazing ritual in March has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the fraternity and several of its members. Stone Foltz, 20, died March 7 after... Read More.
(RICHMOND, Va.) -- A suspended fraternity at Virginia Commonwealth University could be banned for life if an investigation by the school determines the Greek organization was responsible for misconduct related to the death this year of a 19-year-old freshman, whose family alleges was the... Read More.
By MARLENE LENTHANG and NICHOLAS CIRONE, ABC News (BOWLING GREEN, Ohio) -- Stone Foltz, a Bowling Green State University student, died Sunday after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol."The death of Stone Foltz is a tragedy. He was a beloved son,... Read More.
By MARLENE LENTHANG and NICHOLAS CIRONE, ABC News(BOWLING GREEN, Ohio) -- A Bowling Green State University student is in critical condition after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol.The student has been identified as Stone Foltz, family attorney Sean... Read More.
By DEVIN VILLACIS and IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News (RICHMOND, Va.) -- Virginia Commonwealth University said it shut down a fraternity and the police are investigating after a freshman student was found dead this weekend.Adam Oakes, 19, was found dead at an... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR and ELLA TORRES, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 673,000 people worldwide.Over 17.3 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused... Read More.