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Unsolved 2016 Land/Kauffman murders not listed on Las Vegas Metro Police website

LAS VEGAS — October 26 of this year will be the three year anniversary of the unsolved double homicide of Sydney Land and Nehemiah “Neo’ Kauffman, who were both found in their Northwest Las Vegas apartment with a bullet wound […]

Unsolved 2016 Land/Kauffman murders not listed on Las Vegas Metro Police website

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LAS VEGAS — October 26 of this year will be the three year anniversary of the unsolved double homicide of Sydney Land and Nehemiah “Neo’ Kauffman, who were both found in their Northwest Las Vegas apartment with a bullet wound […]

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Letter to Editor: Trump can not heal the damage he continues to inflict

My father just turned 88 recently, and served as an artillery officer with the 1st Armored Division based out of Fort Hood, during the Korean War era. He met and

We need to move more people over the Bay bridges, not more cars

Chesapeake Bay Bridge panorama by Peter Peretz with Flickr Creative Commons License By Eastern Shore Land Conservancy In a time when most of us would acknowledge that there is practically nothing

Code Red Part 4: Rising heat requires action from individuals, neighborhoods

A mural honoring the McElderry Park neighborhood runs along a treeless sidewalk on July 29, 2019. McElderry Park has one of the lowest percentages of tree canopy in Baltimore.

Howard County is not segregated

Hundreds showed up Saturday outside the Columbia mall to protest the Howard County school redistricting plan. Photo by webmaster and blogger Scott Ewart. By Lew Jan Olowski The Howard County superintendent’s redistricting plan

Jesus was the first social worker

I am what you call a pariah. I am so because I am a teacher and a soon-to-be social worker. In the spirit of Jesse Bering’s book, Perv, the

Letter to Editor: Makhloufs are key allies to Assad regime

Dear Editorial Dept at the Baltimore Post-Examiner I wanted to alert you to an article that appeared on your website on 3 June 2019, written by Jason Villafuerte Maravilla. This

Former Senate majority leader says a government shutdown is unlikely

WASHINGTON – Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott predicted that lawmakers will be able to forge an agreement to fund the government by the Sep. 30 fiscal deadline and avoid

On Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, Fired Up for Childhood Cancer hosted its annual Family Fun Day at the Marley Station Mall in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Firefighters Answer Call in Battle Against Childhood Cancer

At first glance, yesterday’s Third Annual Super Hero Family Fun Day at the Marley Station Mall was simply a festive affair, featuring a busy arcade, numerous contests, and a

Breckynn Willis and our fear of pretty tough girls

Sexual Harassment, A Way of Life in the 80s I grew up in a Catholic school during the 80s. Girls, then, protested the bias and unfair treatment at our school

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