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    Baltimore teens convicted in fatal attack on cyclist, acquitted of murder charges

    Two teens charged as adults in the fatal attack on a cyclist in North Baltimore were convicted by a judge Monday of robbery and first-degree assault but acquitted of murder charges. Baltimore Circuit Judge Stephen J. Sfekas, who presided over the bench trial, said it was "clear" that Antwan Eldridge,...

  • Baltimore close to creating municipal ID cards for city residents

    Baltimore close to creating municipal ID cards for city residents

    Coming soon to Baltimore: official government ID cards for people who live in the city. The City Council is moving ahead with a bill that would require the city to issue a municipal identification card to any resident who asks for one. The bill's chief sponsor, Councilman Brandon Scott, said the...

  • Trauma surgeon who survived shooting fights against gun violence

    Trauma surgeon who survived shooting fights against gun violence

    Joseph Sakran remembers the day in 1994 when an errant bullet changed the trajectory of his life. Then a senior at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke, Va., he remembers the flash from the gun fired during a fight after a football game, people dispersing and blood gushing over his clothes. He...

  • Cyber Monday at Amazon: Pick, pack and ship

    Cyber Monday at Amazon: Pick, pack and ship

    It's Cyber Monday morning at the Amazon fulfillment center in Southeast Baltimore, and the clock is ticking. In the packing department, Marilyn Rochelle stuffs a Donald Trump Chia Pet into a cardboard box filled with bubble wrap, closes it with Amazon logo tape, slaps on a label and places it on...

  • New effort to raise Baltimore's minimum wage to $15 begins

    New effort to raise Baltimore's minimum wage to $15 begins

    With eight new Democrats joining Baltimore's City Council in December, proponents of a $15 hourly minimum wage relaunched their campaign to hike wages for the city's low-income workers. After failing by one vote in August, advocates for a higher minimum wage feel more confident now that three council...

  • Hogan, Assembly leaders reach deal on Northrop Grumman, schools aid

    Hogan, Assembly leaders reach deal on Northrop Grumman, schools aid

    Gov. Larry Hogan and the Democratic leaders of the General Assembly unveiled a compromise Tuesday that will provide $20 million to Northrop Grumman Corp. and an equal amount to alleviate the cost of teacher pensions for local school systems. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker...

  • Carryout owner, 63, goes on trial for shooting customer

    Carryout owner, 63, goes on trial for shooting customer

    Avrian Merchant had just gotten off work at a body shop when he stopped into a tiny Chinese food carryout in West Baltimore for some iced tea and cigarillos. The transaction went off without a hitch and he left, when suddenly the 29-year-old heard three bangs and felt a pain in his leg. He had...

  • Baltimore, BGE reach settlement over use of conduit system

    Baltimore, BGE reach settlement over use of conduit system

    Baltimore officials are poised to settle a lawsuit with Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. over how much the utility must pay to use the city's century-old conduit system. The sides have battled over the issue since the city spending board voted more than a year ago to more than triple the fees companies...

  • 2 men shot in Federal Hill fight, Baltimore police say

    2 men shot in Federal Hill fight, Baltimore police say

    Two men were shot by an Annapolis man amid an early morning fight in Federal Hill, Baltimore police said Sunday. Around 2 a.m., police responded to the unit block of E. Cross St., where they found two men shot. In a post on his Facebook page, Baltimore Councilman Eric Costello said police commanders...

  • 'American Dad' animator sneaks in a tribute to one of his Baltimore teachers

    'American Dad' animator sneaks in a tribute to one of his Baltimore teachers

    Watch closely during an art gallery scene in tonight’s episode of “American Dad,” and you might just spy a familiar face, especially if you’ve spent any time at the Baltimore School for the Arts in the past few decades. There, among the spectators, sharp-eyed BSA alums will see none other than...

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