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  • New city liquor board executive named

    New city liquor board executive named
    Baltimore's liquor board commissioners said Wednesday they've hired an experienced administrator to run the troubled agency. Michelle Bailey-Hedgepeth, the town administrator of Capitol Heights in Prince George's County, will become the first woman to...
  • ACC All Access: Buzz Williams gets former Marquette signees Ahmed Hill and Satchel Pierce

    ACC All Access: Buzz Williams gets former Marquette signees Ahmed Hill and Satchel Pierce
    Buzz Williams picked up his first two commitments Saturday as Virginia Tech’s men’s basketball coach, and all he had to do was mine the crop of recruits he had gathered during his days at Marquette. Guard Ahmed Hill from Aquinas High in...
  • Calling girls 'fat' may result in weight gain

    Calling girls 'fat' may result in weight gain
    Young girls who have been called "€œtoo fat"€ are more likely to be obese as young adults, according to a new research letter. The early stigma of being labeled that way may worsen the problem rather than encouraging girls to become healthier, but more...
  • Keeping students safe [Editorial]

    Keeping students safe  [Editorial]
    The horrifying statistics on rape and sexual assault on college campuses in this country speak for themselves. Studies show that about one in five undergraduate women has experienced such an attack or an attempted attack at some point during their college...
  • UF a showcase for Orlando firm's campus-security app

    UF a showcase for Orlando firm's campus-security app
    Sarah Spann heard the steps behind her and quickened her pace. The man pursuing her on the University of Florida's campus sped up too. She ducked into an apartment-complex parking lot, but he lurked across the street. Spann quickly tapped an emergency...
  • Lawmakers OK law licenses for undocumented immigrants, now up to Gov. Scott

    Lawmakers OK law licenses for undocumented immigrants, now up to Gov. Scott
    Compassion won out over rhetorical resistance when lawmakers in the final hours of the final day of the state’s annual legislative session agreed to allow some illegal immigrants to obtain law licenses from the Florida Bar. The matter now goes...
  • After daylong standoff, Legislature sends Gov. Rick Scott a school-voucher expansion

    After daylong standoff, Legislature sends Gov. Rick Scott a school-voucher expansion
    TALLAHASSEE -- After a half-day standoff, the Florida Legislature voted Friday to let the state's main school-voucher program expand its enrollment in exchange for more oversight of student-performance and the organization running the system. Voucher...
  • Mentoring group gives L.A. Unified students an extra way to connect

    Mentoring group gives L.A. Unified students an extra way to connect
    Joe Zeccola's classroom at Santee Education Complex is crammed full with 43 desks. When class is in session, students occupy every seat. That's the problem, said Zeccola, who teaches freshman English at the secondary school near downtown Los Angeles....
  • Guard Seth Allen to transfer from Maryland

    Guard Seth Allen to transfer from Maryland
    A tumultuous offseason continued Friday for the Maryland men's basketball team, with the announcement that rising junior guard Seth Allen has decided to transfer. Rumored since Wednesday, Allen's departure became official when third-year coach Mark...
  • Scientists: Florida's congressional map is 'partisan gerrymander'

    Scientists: Florida's congressional map is 'partisan gerrymander'
    TALLAHASSEE -- The coalition of groups trying to prove Florida's congressional map was intentionally gerrymandered to help Republicans turned to experts Tuesday who testified it was "virtually impossible" to have drawn the maps without political bias....
  • UCLA student-athletes remain focused during championship seasons

    UCLA student-athletes remain focused during championship seasons
    The NCAA and its member institutions often refer to "student-athletes" but the front side of the term isn't often highlighted in a sports section. We asked officials from the Southland's Division I universities to point us toward their best and...