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Two Baltimore detectives plead guilty to racketeering charges, face up to nine years in prison

Two Baltimore Police detectives pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges Friday and face up to nine years in prison for their crimes. Detectives Evidio Hendrix and Maurice Ward had initially pleaded not guilty when they were indicted in February along with five other members of the police...

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  • Getting tough on gun offenders

    Getting tough on gun offenders

    Our view: Mandatory minimums for illegal gun possession are intuitively attractive, but Baltimore needs to do some careful research before moving forward The reasoning behind Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis’ push for enhanced mandatory minimum sentences for gun offenders has intuitive...

  • Baltimore mayor: The Sun got it wrong; I am not 'undermining' drug treatment

    Baltimore mayor: The Sun got it wrong; I am not 'undermining' drug treatment

    In a recent editorial, The Baltimore Sun said I was undermining drug treatment in our city and took out of context what I have said regarding doing treatment in a more responsible way. They got it wrong. I have never said we should not do drug treatment in Baltimore City. My illustration — saying...

  • What Putin means when he says 'adoption'

    What Putin means when he says 'adoption'

    Our view: Talking about restoring American adoption of Russian children is code for excusing human rights abuses When Donald Trump Jr. was first confronted about his campaign meeting with a well-connected Russian lawyer, he explained that the topic of conversation was adoption. When President Donald...

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  • Lyft offering discounted rides, pick-up/drop-off zones at Artscape

    Lyft offering discounted rides, pick-up/drop-off zones at Artscape

    Lyft will provide pick-up and drop-off zones, charging stations, refreshments and discounted rides for new riders at Artscape this weekend, the ride-share company announced. First-time Lyft riders can get $5 off two rides to get to and from Artscape by using the code ARTSCAPEX17 in the Promos section...

  • Area industrial portfolio sold for $201 million

    Area industrial portfolio sold for $201 million

    Cushman & Wakefield said Thursday it had facilitated the $201 million sale of a an industrial portfolio concentrated in the Baltimore. The Baltimore-based real estate firm represented the seller, TA Realty, and will now serve as property manager for the portfolio’s 20 properties on behalf of the...

  • Waterfront Partnership moves forward with redesigned Rash Field

    Waterfront Partnership moves forward with redesigned Rash Field

    Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore is moving forward with an updated plan for Rash Field that includes an overhaul of the park’s pavilion. At a presentation Thursday before the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel, Waterfront Partnership and architect Mahan Rykiel Associates said...

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  • Giada de Laurentiis says she's opening a restaurant in Baltimore

    Giada de Laurentiis says she's opening a restaurant in Baltimore

    Giada de Laurentiis, the Food Network chef known for her Italian cooking, says she is opening a restaurant in Baltimore (but don’t ask her why). In a Facebook Live video on the Food Network’s Facebook page Friday, de Laurentiis took questions from viewers while making lemon ricotta cookies. One...

  • Yes, Artscape weekend is pretty much always a scorcher

    Yes, Artscape weekend is pretty much always a scorcher

    Every summer, it seems like an inevitable heat wave rolls into Baltimore just in time for Artscape. This year, the largely outdoor free music and arts festival will take place during a Code Red heat advisory, meaning the heat poses a health risk. Art-lovers could face dehydration and hyperthermia...

  • ESPN to air documentary 'Baltimore Boys' featuring Dunbar boys basketball

    ESPN to air documentary 'Baltimore Boys' featuring Dunbar boys basketball

    Think Baltimore boys basketball, and the Dunbar Poets of the early 1980s come to mind. Coach Bob Wade’s talented team played flawlessly with a number of standouts — Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues, Reggie Lewis, Reggie Williams and David Wingate — making their way to the NBA. ESPN Films will air “Baltimore...

  • Mad River in Federal Hill to become the Charles this fall

    Mad River in Federal Hill to become the Charles this fall

    Federal Hill nightlife veteran Mad River Bar & Grill closed in May for a rebranding. Now, management has decided on a name and concept. The bar and restaurant at 1110 South Charles St. will become the Charles this fall. Operating manager David Yike declined to give an opening date due to ongoing...

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  • Judge refuses to reinstate Trump sanctuary cities order

    Judge refuses to reinstate Trump sanctuary cities order

    A federal judge in San Francisco on Thursday refused to reinstate President Donald Trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities. The U.S. Department of Justice had asked U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick to reverse his own injunction...

  • GOP wants to take anti-voter fraud program that is overrun with false positives nationwide

    GOP wants to take anti-voter fraud program that is overrun with false positives nationwide

    At the inaugural meeting of President Donald Trump's Election Integrity Commission on Wednesday, commission Vice Chairman Kris Kobach of Kansas praised a data collection program run by his state as a model for a national effort to root out voter fraud. States participating in the program, known...

  • Sessions learns loyalty can be a one-way street with Trump

    Sessions learns loyalty can be a one-way street with Trump

    Nothing is more important to President Donald Trump than loyalty — to him. In business and in politics, he has demanded it from the people closest to him. Some employees who abandoned him were never welcomed back. Politicians who failed to defend him after the most politically damaging moments...

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