Howard board, superintendent in legal battle as they run county school system

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Man charged in 2014 killing of 3-year-old McKenzie Elliott

A man has been charged in the 2014 fatal shooting of 3-year-old McKenzie Elliott as part of a broader drug conspiracy case in which he and six others were indicted Wednesday, federal prosecutors said. Rod J. Rosenstein — Maryland's longtime U.S. Attorney who was just confirmed Tuesday as deputy...

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Marijuana company exec offers compromise that could lead to special session

Marijuana company exec offers compromise that could lead to special session

A medical marijuana company suing the state said Tuesday it would not drop its lawsuit unless it gets a license to grow the drug. But its CEO said the firm will no longer insist that a license for it be written into state law. That insistence was at the heart of a standoff between General Assembly...

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  • Springwell Senior Living moves forward with 99 new apartments

    Springwell Senior Living moves forward with 99 new apartments

    Springwell Senior Living has started construction on 99 independent living apartments at its Mount Washington campus. The 142,000-square-foot building, part of a new strategic partnership with LifeBridge Health, is expected to be complete next summer. Springwell declined to disclose the cost of...

  • Death of giant rabbit on O'Hare flight adds to United Airlines woes

    Death of giant rabbit on O'Hare flight adds to United Airlines woes

    United Airlines is investigating the death of a giant rabbit on one of its trans-Atlantic flights, adding to a growing list of customer complaints for the U.S. carrier. Distraught breeder Annette Edwards told The Associated Press by phone Wednesday that a veterinarian checked Simon, a 10-month-old,...

  • Carbiz plans to open a showroom in Laurel in July

    Carbiz plans to open a showroom in Laurel in July

    Used car dealership Carbiz will open its second Baltimore-area location in Laurel in July and is scouting additional sites throughout the Maryland-Washington-Northern Virginia region.. The dealership signed a lease for 35,000 square feet at 8751 Freestate Drive, brokerage firm Lee & Associates...

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  • Free speech v. Ann Coulter

    Free speech v. Ann Coulter

    Ann Coulter is the equivalent of a "shock jock," a larger-than-life personality who is deliberately offensive and provocative and who taunts, goads, mocks and generally acts like a PG-13-rated Howard Stern. That she claims to eschew liberalism and promote politically conservative views is almost...

  • What would it cost for Balto. Co. to enforce federal immigration law?

    What would it cost for Balto. Co. to enforce federal immigration law?

    The three Republicans on the Baltimore County Council want to require the county to participate in a federal program that deputizes local jail employees to act as de facto immigration agents. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, who has promised to veto the legislation if it ever reaches his desk,...

  • Complacency after Baltimore's uprising

    Complacency after Baltimore's uprising

    My son was six years old the first time that he realized that he was black. He was in the first grade, attending a Baltimore City independent school, and one day, during recess, the boys in his class decided to make-up a game called, "Let's Get the Black Boy." Given that he was the only black boy...

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