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  • Exclusive interview: 16-year-old Chicago rapper Chief Keef

    Exclusive interview: 16-year-old Chicago rapper Chief Keef
    UPDATE: Listen to Keef's collaboration with Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T and Jadakiss on the "I Don't Like" remix here. Over the last four months, 16-year-old Chief Keef has come from almost complete obscurity as a kid on house arrest to being one of...
  • Attempted murder charge filed in Perry Hall shooting

    Attempted murder charge filed in Perry Hall shooting
    The family of Daniel Borowy, who was critically injured in the shooting at Perry Hall High School, thanked school staff, the police and EMS technicians for quickly getting the teen to safety and rushing him to the hospital. The family's only public...
  • Arundel school must comply with still-to-be-negotiated charter or be dissolved

    The Anne Arundel County school board voted Wednesday to allow Chesapeake Science Point to expand its high school but placed it on two years' probation as part of efforts to address concerns about the charter school. The board also said it would...
  • Damage control when your kid brings home a D

    Damage control when your kid brings home a D
    Your middle-schooler just got her first D. What’s an appropriate response? Parent advice Try not to overreact and then try to find out the reason by calmly discussing it. If the reason is vague, request a conference with the teacher as soon as...
  • Commentary: College district's worth measured in graduates

    As elected trustees for Coast Community College District, we are committed to ensuring that sound policies and fiscally responsible practices continue at our three colleges: Orange Coast, Golden West and Coastline. During this time of statewide fiscal...
  • Commentary: Graduates are pride of college district

    As elected trustees, we spend much of our time focused on sound policy-making and ensuring that fiscally responsible practices continue at our three colleges. During this time of statewide fiscal uncertainty, this has been a daunting challenge. But...
  • Educanto marches on

    The most depressing development in American education this week, although you surely have your own nomination for that distinction, might have been one right here in little old Little Rock. It seems the elementary schools out in the county are remodeling...
  • I couldn't handle a Trapper Keeper at 9 and now I can't handle my wedding

    I couldn't handle a Trapper Keeper at 9 and now I can't handle my wedding
    I am not a detail-oriented person. I recently found my fourth grade report card and scrawled in the comments section was, “Megan is one of my most fun, most curious, most disorganized students.” At 9, I was unable to keep my Trapper Keeper...
  • Report: Prescription drug abuse increasing

    Report: Prescription drug abuse increasing
    SAN DIEGO -- The number of deaths in which prescription drugs played a role increased from 2007 to 2011 in San Diego County, as did the number of pharmacies robbed and the number of opiate-related emergency room visits, according to the county's first...
  • Kent School District a Standout on State Schools Report Card

    Kent School District a Standout on State Schools Report Card
    The Michigan Department of Education has released new performance statistics for schools statewide, and says that nearly 300 schools have been recognized for either outstanding achievement or improved performance. Statewide, 280 schools made the state...
  • Cancer survivors, siblings miss more school days

    Cancer survivors, siblings miss more school days
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Years after they were first diagnosed, childhood cancer survivors - along with their brothers and sisters - missed twice as many school days as other kids, according to a new study. Researchers found that childhood cancer...