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Prosecutors have little time to decide how to proceed with next trial in the death of Freddie Gray

After failing to secure a conviction in a third straight trial in the death of Freddie Gray this week, prosecutors have just days to decide how to proceed with the trial of the next police officer. Lt. Brian Rice, the highest-ranking of the six officers charged, is due to stand trial July 5. Prosecutors...

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  • Five Minutes with Janine DiPaula Stevens, founder of Vircity and entrepreneur

    Five Minutes with Janine DiPaula Stevens, founder of Vircity and entrepreneur

    The failure of Janine DiPaula Stevens' first company led her to her successful business, helping fledgling enterprises get off the ground. Last month, after 11 years, DiPaula Stevens sold that company, Vircity, which provides businesses and nonprofits with administrative services such as bookkeeping,...

  • Southampton Football Club, Under Armour endorser, plans training camp in Baltimore

    Southampton Football Club, Under Armour endorser, plans training camp in Baltimore

    Southampton Football Club is heading to Baltimore next month for a week-long training camp, part of a partnership with Under Armour that kicks off July 1, the English soccer club said Friday. It's the first pre-season trip of the summer for the Saints, which announced a seven-season deal with the...

  • Planning Commission approves Port Covington master plan

    Planning Commission approves Port Covington master plan

    The Port Covington development took another big step forward Thursday, with the city Planning Commission unanimously approving the master plan that outlines a street grid, parks, building heights and transit aspirations for the South Baltimore area. The vote came after about two hours of testimony,...

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  • Video's power, and limits, on display in Gray case, House sit-in

    Video's power, and limits, on display in Gray case, House sit-in

    Nearly every day, it seems, presents fresh evidence of video's growing power to change our lives — and of the limits and caveats to that power as well. This week brought more vivid examples with the acquittal of Officer Caesar Goodson in the death of Freddie Gray and the dramatic sit-in protest...

  • Sondheim finalists explore themes of race, religion, sex, violence

    Sondheim finalists explore themes of race, religion, sex, violence

    Playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht argued that art is not so much "a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it." The exhibit of the 2016 Sondheim Artscape Finalists at the Baltimore Museum of Art includes a combination of both notions. On one wall, for example, a display of...

  • MSNBC runs old riot footage with 'Happening Now' logo

    MSNBC runs old riot footage with 'Happening Now' logo

    Some news operations just can't let go of that riot video from last year after the death of Freddie Gray. And Thursday morning, MSNBC again went to that well in its coverage from Baltimore of the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson. In a report that aired just prior to the verdict, correspondent Ron...

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  • 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...

  • The case for Clinton-Warren

    The case for Clinton-Warren

    It's been a pretty good week so far for Hillary Clinton in that it has been a pretty terrible week for Donald Trump. He fired his campaign manager just hours before posting what is almost certainly the most pathetic monthly fund-raising total for a major party's presumptive presidential nominee...

  • No fly, no buy

    No fly, no buy

    The Senate's recent grappling with the highly-charged issue of gun control produced expected results. Democrats can talk themselves hoarse on the subject all they want, but it's clear they don't have the votes in Congress to pass anything meaningful before the next election, no matter how many...

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  • Teen's alleged killer had escaped hospital wing, evaded police for weeks before shooting

    Teen's alleged killer had escaped hospital wing, evaded police for weeks before shooting

    When Anthony Jerome Clark Jr. allegedly shot 13-year-old DiAndre Barnes in an early-morning burst of gunfire June 11, he'd been on the run from police for more than two weeks, having slipped away from a secure hospital facility for patients with psychological conditions. The 25-year-old Clark, whose...

  • Baltimore faces deadline to remove acres of pavement, reduce runoff

    Baltimore faces deadline to remove acres of pavement, reduce runoff

    Baltimore is racing to remove thousands of acres of pavement, expand street sweeping and create new wetlands to meet a looming federal deadline to cut runoff to the Chesapeake Bay. Federal and state regulators have charged local governments across the region with eliminating one-fifth of concrete...

  • Fewer freshmen commit to Mount St. Mary's after 'bunnies' controversy

    Fewer freshmen commit to Mount St. Mary's after 'bunnies' controversy

    Fewer high school seniors are committing to attend Mount St. Mary's University in the fall, and at least one administrator is blaming the drop in part to a controversy this year that led its president to resign. Four hundred and forty-nine incoming freshmen have committed to attend the small Catholic...

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