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  • BWI Airport sets April record with 2.1 million passengers

    BWI Airport sets April record with 2.1 million passengers

    Nearly 2.1 million passengers traveled through Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in April, a 3.7 percent increase from April 2015 and the airport's 10th straight monthly record, officials said. The airport was buoyed by customer growth at Air Canada, Alaska Airlines,...

  • Baltimore longshoremen elect new leaders to retake control of union from international trustee

    Baltimore longshoremen elect new leaders to retake control of union from international trustee

    More than 18 months after the International Longshoremen's Association seized control of its largest Baltimore local, the union is poised to end its strict oversight of Local 333 after the local elected new leaders last week. The ILA imposed a trusteeship on Local 333 in December 2014 amid acrimonious...

  • Cordish to build $200 million hotel for Live casino

    Cordish to build $200 million hotel for Live casino

    The Cordish Cos. will break ground this fall on a $200 million hotel that aims to solidify the position of its Maryland Live Casino, the state's largest, in the face of rising competition. The Baltimore-based real estate developer and casino company announced the construction schedule Monday for...

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  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: Don't whine for me, Argentina

    'The Bachelorette' recap: Don't whine for me, Argentina

    Before we dive into last night's episode, it should be known that on Monday nights, while "The Bachelorette" is airing in all time zones, I ignore my phone and social media and distract myself by working out so I can avoid any knowledge of what the episode entails. Going back to write my recap...

  • Marco's Pizza to open first two Maryland locations this fall

    Marco's Pizza to open first two Maryland locations this fall

    A Toledo, Ohio-based pizza chain will open its first two locations in Maryland this fall, and more are on the way. Marco's Pizza has two restaurants planned for Essex and Pasadena, said DJ Patel, who is managing the chain's expansion to Maryland. He expects both to open in late September or early...

  • BET Awards full of Prince tributes and political moments

    BET Awards full of Prince tributes and political moments

    The BET Awards — or "The Prince Tribute Show" — featured emotional and energetic performances from Sheila E., Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Hudson honoring the Purple One, along with political statements on issues ranging from racial injustice to the U.S. presidential election. Sheila E., jamming...

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  • Celebrating the United States in Philadelphia, where it all began

    Celebrating the United States in Philadelphia, where it all began

    Washington is our nation's capital, there's another city that deserves a little recognition during the coming Independence Day weekend: Philadelphia. During a patriotic road trip to the City of Brotherly Love, you can celebrate where the country got its start. There, visitors can hear freedom ring...

  • Unique stained-glass transoms add personal touch to Baltimore rowhomes

    Unique stained-glass transoms add personal touch to Baltimore rowhomes

    In Baltimore, where seemingly endless blocks of rowhouses can blend together, homeowners are often looking for details to make their place unique. For many, the best way to add a fresh touch lies in an old tradition: stained-glass transom windows. Transoms, found above many front doors, have been...

  • Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural match

    Wedded: Michelle Kim and Gregory Laird were a natural match

    Date: April 16 Her story: Michelle Kim was raised in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. She works as a senior scientist at Circulomics Inc. in Baltimore. Her parents, Kyong Min Kim and Heaja Kim, live in Los Angeles. His story: Gregory Michael Laird was raised in Springfield, Mo. He is the founder of Accelevir...

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  • Muggsy Bogues returns to Baltimore to host event in memory of his sister

    Muggsy Bogues returns to Baltimore to host event in memory of his sister

    The game was about to start, but Rasheed Muhammad Sr. couldn't get his son off the court. Seven-year-old Rasheed Jr. kept dribbling, through his legs, behind his back and around people, even as the taller, older kids around him prepared to start a game. Come here, his father told him, but Rasheed...

  • Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Every week, Orioles columnist Peter Schmuck will grade the performance of the Orioles in five categories. The letter grades are not directly tied to any particular statistic, but are representative of a cumulative evaluation of everything - tangible or intangible - that falls under that particular...

  • Ex-Raven Eugene Monroe has money invested in Maryland medical marijuana company

    Ex-Raven Eugene Monroe has money invested in Maryland medical marijuana company

    Former Baltimore Ravens lineman Eugene Monroe delighted marijuana advocates and irked the National Football League in March when he became an outspoken advocate of medical pot.

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  • Abortion rights affirmed

    Abortion rights affirmed

    The Supreme Court's Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt decision striking down key provisions of a Texas anti-abortion law — an effort to shutter abortion clinics in the name of "safety" and "women's health" — is a victory for reproductive rights with broad implications. One can only hope the first...

  • Baltimore prosecutor's office should be investigated for Gray-related murder charge

    Baltimore prosecutor's office should be investigated for Gray-related murder charge

    The disturbing revelation by The Sun this weekend that Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby or one of her prosecutors may have used a misleading summary of evidence to persuade a grand jury to indict the six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray demands a formal investigation....

  • Goodson judgment should force Mosby to reconsider charges

    Goodson judgment should force Mosby to reconsider charges

    The acquittal of Officer Caesar Goodson on all counts in the death of Freddie Gray should prompt State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby to re-evaluate whether or how to pursue the cases against the four remaining officers charged in the case. Officer Goodson, as the driver of the van in which Gray was...

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  • Police detective says misleading narrative presented to grand jury in Freddie Gray case, records show

    Police detective says misleading narrative presented to grand jury in Freddie Gray case, records show

    The lead Baltimore police detective in the Freddie Gray investigation said she reluctantly read to grand jurors a summary of evidence provided by prosecutors that she believed was misleading, according to police records reviewed by The Baltimore Sun. Hours later, the grand jurors issued criminal...

  • Audit shows school agency lags on inspection reports

    Audit shows school agency lags on inspection reports

    State inspectors visit public schools around Maryland to ensure that the buildings are properly maintained. But after three years during which inspectors examined 679 school buildings, they had only completed reports for 190 of those buildings, according to a legislative audit released this week....

  • Baltimore led nation last year in homicide increase

    Baltimore led nation last year in homicide increase

    Baltimore had the highest increase in homicides in the nation last year, a criminologist commissioned by the U.S. Department of Justice reported, with more than twice as many extra killings as the three cities that tied for second. The city suffered 127 more homicides in 2015 than in the previous...

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