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  • CSX train derails in Washington, leaks hazardous material

    CSX train derails in Washington, leaks hazardous material

    A CSX train partially derailed Sunday morning in Northeast Washington and leaked hazardous material, officials said. Several cars derailed about 6:40 a.m. in the area around 9th Street NE and Rhode Island Avenue, near Catholic University, according to the D.C. Fire Department. Rhode Island Avenue...

  • Venture for America works to match college grads with startups

    Venture for America works to match college grads with startups

    Marisa Bruno found herself among dozens of prospective college graduates Friday morning at a Baltimore job fair, pumped up for a day of speed-dating-style interviews. More than 100 students hoped to dazzle the founders of 55 startups on hand looking for help. The students were an elite group, having...

  • Nissan recalls nearly 4 million cars with air bag problems

    Nearly 4 million Nissan cars are being recalled due to major safety problems where passenger air bags or seat belts could fail in a crash, leading to serious injuries or fatalities. The two recalls are just the latest in a string of safety problems to hit automakers in the past year with Acura,...

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  • Restaurant no-shows prompt fees for reservations

    Restaurant no-shows prompt fees for reservations

    It was a recent opera night at Sotto Sopra that put owner and executive chef Riccardo Bosio over the edge. The Mount Vernon restaurateur was prepared to serve 95 guests a five-course meal while they were serenaded by a tenor and a soprano. Only 65 showed up. Now Bosio will require credit card information...

  • This year's Maryland Film Festival highlights some new directions for documentaries

    This year's Maryland Film Festival highlights some new directions for documentaries

    For those who think documentary films are about straight-ahead truth-telling, Robert Greene's "Kate Plays Christine" could make their heads explode. Greene's film, screening Thursday and Friday as part of this week's Maryland Film Festival, looks at the 1974 on-air suicide of Sarasota, Fla., newscaster...

  • FlowerMart, Kinetic Sculpture Race and more of the Baltimore area's top events this week

    FlowerMart, Kinetic Sculpture Race and more of the Baltimore area's top events this week

    Laura Lippman book Launch: 'Wilde Lake' Baltimore's own, and one of The Baltimore Sun's most distinguished alums, marks the launch of her latest novel, the story of Lu Brant, the first female state's attorney for Howard County, and the murder case that forces her to revisit some unpleasant family...

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  • Disturbing Baltimore attack made worse by 911 response

    Disturbing Baltimore attack made worse by 911 response

    Weeks before the one-year anniversary of the death of Freddie Gray, I was upset by an incident that occurred outside of my Canton home, but horrified to see the response by emergency services after 911 was called. At 2:30 a.m., after bars had closed, it's not uncommon to hear commotion outside....

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  • Pugh's team of rivals

    Pugh's team of rivals

    State Sen. Catherine Pugh, the Democratic nominee for mayor, has started giving some hints about whom she'll want in her cabinet (assuming she clears the minuscule hurdle presented by the general election), and so far she's making good choices. Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen's name came up in...

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  • Why is Cal Ripken Jr.'s divorce case sealed?

    Why is Cal Ripken Jr.'s divorce case sealed?

    When former Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. and his wife, Kelly, divorced last week, the documents were placed under seal in Baltimore County Circuit Court. That's not the case for most divorces. Divorces, as with other civil court cases, are presumed to be open to the public. But under Maryland's Rules...

  • Efforts to reconsider life sentences for juveniles gain momentum in Maryland

    Efforts to reconsider life sentences for juveniles gain momentum in Maryland

    On a January day in 2005, Matthew McCullough stood at the defense table in a crowded Towson courtroom. The 18-year-old was facing a judge for his role in a shooting outside Randallstown High School — an act of violence that left the suburbs shaken and another teen paralyzed. William "Tipper" Thomas...

  • University of Maryland leaders, coaches top paid public employees

    University of Maryland leaders, coaches top paid public employees

    Four state employees took home paychecks of more than $1 million last year, according to a review of annual salary data released to The Baltimore Sun. All work for the University System of Maryland, and the three with the biggest paychecks are the state's most recognizable college coaches. All...

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