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‘I will kill you’: The connection between mass shooters and domestic violence
D.C. sniper John Muhammad terrorized his ex-wife before terrorizing the region. Now Mildred Muhammad tries to help others understand the dangers of domestic abuse.

Fairfax teacher suspended after complaint that a student’s hijab was yanked off
A Lake Braddock Secondary School teacher was placed on leave while the school system investigates a complaint by a student that he had yanked the hijab off of her head.

Baltimore detective who is father of five dies as manhunt for his shooter continues
Sean M. Suiter was 18-year veteran shot Wednesday while investigating a case in violent neighborhood

Did Gillespie ads turn off African American voters in Virginia?
Polling shows black voters fled Gillespie for Democrat Ralph Northam after racially-charged ads, an advocacy group said.

Virginia transportation officials plead guilty in bribery, drug schemes
Supervisors were taking cash for contracts, and one was selling cocaine, prosecutors alleged.

Baltimore detective dies as manhunt for his shooter continues
Sean M. Suiter, an 18-year veteran of the city’s police department, was shot in the head while investigating a case. The state is offering a $169,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.

Maryland Del. Sheila Hixson, ‘grande dame’ of Annapolis, to retire after 2018
The lawmaker from Silver Spring saw women’s roles transformed during her four decades in the state capital.

‘Something weird is going on’: Charlottesville has America’s most expensive Afford
In many cases, residents of the small college city and the surrounding Albemarle County will pay three times as much for health coverage as the year before, according to an analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

In UD speech, Biden recounts losing son and finding hope again
Thu, 16 Nov 2017 17:35:00 -0500
After two New York Police Department officers were murdered in 2014, Joe Biden traveled to New York to speak at their funerals. At the home of officer Wenjian Liu, the vice president consoled his father, Wei Tang Liu.

City to pay $1,000 to shuttle Beast of the East attendees to Main Street
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 00:15:00 -0500
When the Beast of the East wrestling tournament comes to town next month, the city of Newark will fund a bus to shuttle the wrestlers and their families to the restaurants on Main Street and elsewhere.

Newark to celebrate Thanksgiving with Turkey Trot, interfaith service, community meals
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 00:30:00 -0500
Newarkers will celebrate Thanksgiving with several events over the next week.

Notebook: Corner Harrison-Ducros leaves Broncos, top 25 not a big deal to Harsin
Thu, 16 Nov 2017 21:18:00 -0500
BOISE — Cornerback Reid Harrison-Ducros has left the Boise State football team, the Idaho Press-Tribune first reported Thursday.

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