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Students protest after Maryland lawsuit alleges ‘shameless corruption’ in concealing rape case
Students at the University of Maryland Baltimore County staged a campus protest this week after a federal lawsuit alleged police, prosecutors and university officials concealed reports of sexual assault.

Man fatally shot near the Capital Beltway in Greenbelt, Md.
The D.C. region has seen 195 homicides so far this year.

A fatal crash and bad weather led to a messy commute Tuesday morning
One person died in a crash on Interstate 66 in Northern Virginia.

Man shot in Md. dies two weeks later; police investigating case as a homicide
An autopsy showed that Anthony Buress, 50, died of complications from the shooting, police said.

Council member Obie Patterson improperly promoted Ben Jealous event, Prince George’s GOP alleg
A staff member in the Democrat’s office sent out an invitation to a Jealous fundraiser from their county email.

‘Race-blind’ Va. political map offered to replace one deemed racial gerrymander
Facing an Oct. 30 deadline, GOP leaders propose new House of Delegates district lines.

Her secret to teaching math: Show students how confidence - fear=success
A longtime educator says that closing the achievement gap begins with attending to her students state of mind.

Montgomery resident alleges Floreen violated campaign finance law
The complaint claims the county executive candidate exceeded limits on how much money one can take from affiliated groups. The candidate disagrees.

When phase 2 of the Silver Line opens in 2020, Metro employees probably won’t be running it
Metro says hiring a private company to fill new Silver Line jobs, rather than adding to the ranks of unionized employees, will help control operating and maintenance costs.

This Southwest Airlines flight turned into a D.C. airport shuttle
A Southwest Airlines flight was diverted from Reagan National Airport due to weather. That was just the beginning.

U-Md. used a private company for a tornado warning. That can be problematic.
The alert, which students received Monday evening, was prompted by information from AccuWeather, a private company that sometimes works with public bodies.

Rep. Dave Brat brings in trusted tea party adviser in final stretch of campaign
Phil Rapp, who had been an informal adviser, will take a leading role.

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