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Bridgeport police: One dead, another in custody after fatal stabbing on Atlantic Street

Bridgeport police: One dead, another in custody after fatal stabbing on Atlantic Street
Police said they responded to the 800 block of Atlantic Street at about 4:15 a.m. Saturday for a report of a person stabbed. Police said they discovered Hunter unresponsive with an injured torso in the parking garage of the Ocean Park Apartments at 810 Atlantic St.

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One dead, one injured in separate West Baltimore shootings Saturday morning

One dead, one injured in separate West Baltimore shootings Saturday morning
A man died after a shooting early Saturday morning in Baltimore’s Franklin Square neighborhood, police said. Western District officers responded about 1:15 a.m. to the unit block of North Gilmor Street for a ShotSpotter alert,

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Murder warrant issued for alleged accomplice in botched robbery with armed man

Murder warrant issued for alleged accomplice in botched robbery with armed man
Two warrants have been issued for an alleged robber whose apparent accomplice was killed during a botched robbery at Beaumont man’s house last month. Carron Joseph Dickenson, Jr, 29, is wanted for murder and aggravated robbery,

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COVID-19 pandemic massively set back learning, especially for high-poverty areas

COVID-19 pandemic massively set back learning, especially for high-poverty areas
The COVID-19 pandemic set back learning in some U.S. school systems by more than a year, with children in high-poverty areas most impacted, according to a district-by-district analysis of test scores.

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Massive Learning Setbacks Show COVID’s Sweeping Toll on Kids

Massive Learning Setbacks Show COVID’s Sweeping Toll on Kids
The COVID-19 pandemic that shuttered classrooms set back learning in some U.S. school systems by more than a year, with children in high-poverty areas affected the most, according to a district-by-district analysis of test scores shared exclusively with The Associated Press.

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