| Mar 27, 2012
| 11:51 AM
S. Dallas Dance, chief middle schools officer in the Houston school district, has been chosen as the next superintendent in Baltimore County.
Dance, 30, had only two years of teaching experience in public schools, and therefore needed and received a...
| Mar 27, 2012
| 7:25 PM
As the clock ticked toward midnight Monday, school boards in Howard and Baltimore County were scrambling to make job offers to their next superintendents.
The timing was not a coincidence. The school boards in the adjoining districts knew they were in an...
| Apr 7, 2012
| 3:47 PM
In the crowded glass and steel lobby of the Houston school headquarters, Principal Susan Monaghan paused briefly to touch the shoulder of her boss, a man with far less experience in the education field and young enough to have been her student.
"I am OK,...
| Jul 28, 2009
| 1:24 PM
Raymond Hawkes joined the CBS 6 News Team in June 2008, but has worked at CBS 6 since November 2005. He serves as a Beat the Traffic reporter and also covers live events around Richmond.
Raymond is a native of Richmond, Virginia and fell in love with...
| Jun 16, 2010
| 7:14 PM
All five judges of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Court in Newport News have recused themselves from hearing a lawsuit filed by a Newport News investor against MICG Investment Management, its CEO and the firm that provided MICG's audits and accounting...
| Feb 8, 2008
Convicted murderer Daryl Atkins will remain on death row for the time being while prosecutors appeal a judge's decision to commute his death sentence to life in prison.
York-Poquoson Circuit Judge Prentis Smiley granted special prosecutor Mark Krueger'...
| Jan 31, 2008
Prosecutors in Daryl Atkins' capital murder case are challenging a York County judge's order that commuted Atkins' death sentence to life in prison last month.
In a motion filed with the York-Poquoson Circuit Court this week, special prosecutor Mark...
| Dec 14, 2007
An attorney involved in Daryl Atkins 1998 capital murder trial testified at a motions hearing Thursday that prosecutors were "coaxing or leading" a key witness against Atkins to make his testimony more in line with forensic evidence in the case.