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FROM LAST NIGHT...
Three arrested in May 2011 shooting of 12-year-old boy: Police said Danyae Robinson, 29; Antwan Mosley, 21; and Derrick E. Brown, 17, have each been charged with murder and three counts of attempted murder after being arrested by the warrant apprehension task force.
Under Armour expansion proposal goes to mayor: Under Armour's proposal to double the size of its Locust Point headquarters in South Baltimore has been sent to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for final approval.
Jeff Zrebiec analyzes the Ravens' 2012 schedule: The NFL released its 2012 schedule Tuesday night and it has the Ravens playing four prime-time games, including a season-opening Monday night clash against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium on Sept. 10.
Orioles bullpen helps Chen earn first major league win: Over his past four games, Nolan Reimold has sparked the Orioles offense -- hitting home runs in each of those games -- his latest a two-run shot that broke a scoreless tie in the sixth and helped the Orioles to a 3-2 win over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Helicopters can save lives during emergencies: Severely injured patients are more likely to survive if they are transported to a hospital by helicopter than by ambulance, new Johns Hopkins research has found.
UMBC president named among world's most influential leaders: Freeman A. Hrabowski III, the longtime president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County whose trailblazing work in educating minority students in the sciences has catapulted the university onto the national stage, has been recognized as one of the most influential leaders in the world.
Democrats, GOP lawmakers disagree on need for special session : Democrats and Republicans sparred Tuesday over whether a special session of the General Assembly is needed to pass tax increases to avert steep budget cuts, while Moody's Investors Service warned the situation could hurt the credit ratings of localities that depend on state aid.
With 100 days to go, London calling Michael Phelps: A hundred days from Wednesday, the Summer Games will open, but the event is also the beginning of the end of one of the greatest Olympic careers ever. The demands both in and out of the pool are greater than ever before, but Phelps says he is both excited and at ease heading into his fourth and final Olympics.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]