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The 45-minute mystery of Freddie Gray's death

When Freddie Gray briefly locked eyes with police at 8:39 a.m. on a corner of an impoverished West Baltimore neighborhood two weeks ago, they seemed to recognize each other immediately. As three officers approached on bicycles along West North Avenue, the 25-year-old Gray was on the east corner...

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  • Flunking civics should no longer be an option
    Flunking civics should no longer be an option

    "Don't know much about history" -- Sam Cooke

  • Expanding the transportation conversation

    Transportation is a hot button issue in Baltimore City these days. In fact, it's red hot. At a recent community meeting, residents unloaded on the Maryland Department of Transportation over a proposed plan to restrict parking on the south side of Aliceanna Street during rush hour.

  • Preventing the next death in police custody
    Preventing the next death in police custody

    Growing up in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, there was rarely a week that went by when my parents, Bill and Madeline Murphy, weren't strategizing on how to end racial injustice in my hometown. Police harassment was a frequent complaint of our Cherry Hill friends and neighbors. The current...

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  • Brutality lawsuits continue in Baltimore, site of Freddie Gray death
    Brutality lawsuits continue in Baltimore, site of Freddie Gray death

    The city of Baltimore — which is investigating whether police misconduct played a part in Freddie Gray's death — continues to pay out tens of thousands of dollars in settlements for lawsuits alleging brutality.

  • Some local leaders call for Justice Department to probe Freddie Gray death
    Some local leaders call for Justice Department to probe Freddie Gray death

    Some officials and community leaders called Monday for the U.S. Department of Justice to expand the ongoing "collaborative review" of the Baltimore Police Department by investigating whether officers have been violating the civil rights of residents — including Freddie Gray, who recently died in...

  • Maryland legislature revamps public information law
    Maryland legislature revamps public information law

    Obtaining documents from government agencies in Maryland is no simple task. The process typically involves filing a written request under the state's Public Information Act and waiting up to 30 days — but can also lead to disputes over photocopying fees, redacted details or outright denials.

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