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  • Uphill battle to rid the city of vacant properties

    Housing officials have sold more of the city's vacant homes in the first seven months of the budget year than in all of the previous year — but the sales still represent fewer than 3 percent of the 4,000 empty houses owned by the city. As housing...
  • Rare twins make their first visit to pediatrician

    Rare twins make their first visit to pediatrician
    An appointment with a pediatrician Thursday was a "big relief" to Katie Bauer, whose seven-month pregnancy with rare "momo" twins was at first confusing and then exhausting. "It's all behind them, these guys are doing just fine," Dr. Joseph A. Garcia...
  • Unusual twins, 'momo' boys, delivered at GBMC

    Unusual twins, 'momo' boys, delivered at GBMC
    Brooks and Nolan Bauer, a rare set of "momo" twins, are finally home with their parents in White Marsh. "They were really premature, eight weeks early," Katie Bauer said Saturday, recounting the first time she saw her sons. "They told us they might be on...
  • Rash of 'Twilight'-induced seizures prompts warning

    Rash of 'Twilight'-induced seizures prompts warning
    Shaking, sweating and swooning are par for the course among the passionate young fans of the "Twilight" series. But reports that a scene in "Breaking Dawn" has been sparking seizures in theaters nationwide has epilepsy experts on the alert and parents...
  • Debate over Komen's Planned Parenthood decision grows in Maryland, nation

    Debate over Komen's Planned Parenthood decision grows in Maryland, nation
    The inaugural Susan G. Komen breast cancer race scheduled for Ocean City in April was meant to be a feel-good event promoting a noble cause — and a way to boost tourism during the resort town's off-season. Now uncertainty surrounds it and other...
  • Komen controversy puts Maryland native in spotlight

    Komen controversy puts Maryland native in spotlight
    As the funding controversy swirled around Susan G. Komen for the Cure this week, much of the criticism was directed not at the group's chief executive but at a Maryland native who serves as a senior policy adviser. Karen Handel, who faced a hard-luck...
  • Baltimore-area hospitals compete for moms-to-be with hardwood floors, gourmet meals and other luxuries.

    Baltimore-area hospitals compete for moms-to-be with hardwood floors, gourmet meals and other luxuries.
    Julie McAllister was feeling serene as she lounged in her room with the window view, enjoying a quiet, kid-free afternoon. It was almost as if she were on vacation. But in fact the 37-year-old from Owings Mills had just delivered an 8-pound baby girl...
  • Debit card fees are last straw for some consumers

    Debit card fees are last straw for some consumers
    Apparently, consumers have a breaking point — a $5 monthly debit-card fee. Since news broke late last month that Bank of America planned to introduce such a fee next year, the uproar hasn't abated. Legislation was introduced in Congress to make it...
  • Police investigated cannibalism suspect in machete report

    Police investigated cannibalism suspect in machete report
    Three weeks before Alexander Kinyua was charged with dismembering a family friend and eating some of the body parts, police at Morgan State University investigated a report that the suspect had a machete in his dorm room, school officials confirmed...
  • WrestleMania 28 didn't live up to hype, but The Rock vs. John Cena did

    WrestleMania 28 didn't live up to hype, but The Rock vs. John Cena did
    On paper, Sunday night's WrestleMania looked as if it could be one of the strongest installments in the event's 28-year history. In execution, it was anything but. I personally avoided Twitter and Facebook, so that the thoughts I would be sharing here...
  • Formula One driver Ayrton Senna is the high priest of speed in 'Senna'

    Formula One driver Ayrton Senna is the high priest of speed in 'Senna'
    This weekend, while drivers wheel around the Inner Harbor for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, moviegoers a few blocks from downtown will be watching the story of a brave, imaginative man who was the Muhammad Ali or Michael Jordan of auto racing....
  • City gets decked out for what may be purplest Friday yet

    City gets decked out for what may be purplest Friday yet
    For months, Ravens fans have been trading in their Friday business attire, work uniforms and school clothes for purple-hued garments — flaunting their support for the team. But this Purple Friday could be the most extreme yet. As the AFC North...