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December 6, 2018

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Schmuck: New Maryland football coach Michael Locksley gets a poignant endorsement — from Jordan McNair's father

Thursday, Dec 6

New Maryland football coach Michael Locksley was introduced to the media in a well-choreographed event at the new Cole Field House football practice facility and got a tacit endorsement from the father of Jordan McNair.

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Michael Locksley comes home to 'dream job'

Michael Locksley was introduced Thursday morning at the Cole Field House indoor practice facility as Maryland's new football coach.

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Police: Real estate sales rep found dead in Hanover model home in apparent homicide

Police say Steven Bernard Wilson, 33, of Annapolis, was found dead inside a model home in Hanover in an apparent homicide.

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As death of woman who helped panhandler gets national attention, Baltimore homeless see decline in generosity

Since the story of a woman who was fatally stabbed in Baltimore while helping a panhandler made national news this week, Morles and some of Baltimore’s other homeless citizens who panhandle say they have seen the number of motorists willing to lower their windows dive.

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Amid student angst, Johns Hopkins says it missed 18 complaints of sexual misconduct because of website problem

Amid student angst, Johns Hopkins University revealed that it accidentally blocked 18 complaints of sexual misconduct between 2016 and 2018 because of a website problem.

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Hopkins president: 'Brazenness' of crime means university likely to renew push for campus police force

Johns Hopkins President Ron Daniels has told members of the Baltimore City Council that he expects the university to again seek the power to create its own police force. He says the crime around the Hopkins' campuses is brazen, occurring even during the day and in front of witnesses.

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90-year-old Bowie man charged with raping two students while principal at Maryland private school in '60s

Russell Isaac, 90, of Bowie, is charged with allegedly raping two students while he was a private school principal in the 1960s, according to Maryland State Police.

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Winter storm forecast to bypass the Baltimore region Sunday, but threat of some snow remains

The Baltimore region appears likely to escape the brunt of a winter storm forecast to develop this weekend, but some snow could still fall Sunday, meteorologists said.

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Donna's Cross Keys closing Sunday after 19 years in business

Donna’s, the once-popular restaurant in the Village of Cross Keys, will close on Sunday after 19 years in business.

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Mike Preston's key matchups for Sunday's Ravens-Chiefs game

Columnist Mike Preston breaks down three key battles that could help decide who wins the Ravens-Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.

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