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Lamar Jackson: Ravens 'going to get a Super Bowl out of me'

The highlight of the Ravens’ first round of the NFL draft Thursday night was their selection of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson with the No. 32 overall pick. The runner-up was what Jackson said to the NFL Network’s Deion Sanders right after. After saying there was “nothing” he would’ve done...

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    Another Baltimore County teacher carjacked outside school, police say

    Another Baltimore County teacher carjacked outside school, police say

    A Baltimore County teacher was carjacked outside her school Thursday, police said — the second county teacher to be carjacked in the past two weeks. Two male suspects are in custody following two carjackings and at least one street robbery, police said. One of the victims was a teacher at Campfield...

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    • Secret surveillance a hard sell in Baltimore

      Secret surveillance a hard sell in Baltimore

      There’s a lot to be uncomfortable with when it comes to Persistent Surveillance Systems, the Ohio-based aerial surveillance company that secretly spied on Baltimore for the police department from a Cessna plane in 2016 before the program was shut down over widespread privacy concerns. What they...

    • Alternative Fact of the Week: Truth is swampier than fiction

      Alternative Fact of the Week: Truth is swampier than fiction

      Our view: This week’s most scandalous admission took place when Mick Mulvaney told the truth As dedicated as the Trump administration may be to prevarication — various national media outlets have President Donald Trump producing lies at a five- or six-lies-a-day clip his first full year in office...

    • Want a politician you can trust? Elect a veteran in November

      Want a politician you can trust? Elect a veteran in November

      The 2018 midterm elections will see a wave of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans ascend Capitol Hill. As a retired four-star Army general and former U.S. presidential candidate, I think it’s exactly what our country needs. Veterans are running for office in record numbers this year because they...

    • Pitts: America is once again a house divided

      Pitts: America is once again a house divided

      Dear Shania Twain: I used to love "Roseanne." I don't know if that show aired in Canada, where you're from, but here in the States, it was considered appointment TV, groundbreaking and mercilessly funny. That's why I welcomed news of its reboot. But the show ended up sitting on my DVR for weeks....

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    • Sinclair Broadcast Chairman Smith earned $6.6 million last year

      Sinclair Broadcast Chairman Smith earned $6.6 million last year

      David D. Smith, executive chairman of Sinclair Broadcast Group, earned $6.64 million last year, an increase of nearly 28 percent over his 2016 compensation, the Hunt Valley-based broadcaster reported Thursday. Smith earned a base salary of $1.3 million, $5.3 million in stock options and the rest...

    • H&M will expand store at Towson Town Center

      H&M will expand store at Towson Town Center

      Retailer H&M plans to relocate and expand its store at Towson Town Center in Towson, the chain said Thursday. The chain, known for affordable, fashion-forward apparel, said the new store will grow by about 9,000 square feet and open in the fall. Besides offering clothing and accessories for women,...

    • City development agency declines to identify its choice to remake three city-owned buildings

      City development agency declines to identify its choice to remake three city-owned buildings

      Baltimore’s development agency declined Thursday to publicly disclose which developer it is recommending to remake three city-owned buildings on Gay Street downtown The board of the Baltimore Development Corp. voted in closed session to select one project for the city to pursue from among six proposals...

    • T. Rowe Price Group boosts stock repurchase plan, votes in new independent director

      T. Rowe Price Group boosts stock repurchase plan, votes in new independent director

      The board of directors of T. Rowe Price Group approved adding another 10 million shares to it stock repurchase plan, expanding that program to 21 million shares, the Baltimore-based money management firm announced Thursday. The company’s stock rose for the second day with shares up $1.30 each to...

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