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  • Sinclair Broadcast to become country's largest TV station owner

    Sinclair Broadcast to become country's largest TV station owner
    When Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. completes three deals announced in the past two months, it will own more television stations across the country than any other company. The Hunt Valley company will operate 134 stations in 69 markets, reaching more...
  • Op-ed: Other states need a lesson from Md. on robocalls

    Op-ed: Other states need a lesson from Md. on robocalls
    On Election Day 2010, with the polls still open, computers placed calls to 112,000 voters in predominately African-American precincts in Baltimore City and Prince George's County with an unusual message: "Relax" and stay home. The recorded message did not...
  • Podiatrist sentenced for Medicare fraud

    A 56-year-old Gambrills podiatrist was sentenced to more than four years in prison Wednesday for fraudulently billing Medicare $1.1 million over three years, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office. The scheme marked the second time Larry...
  • Man pleads guilty to stealing $1.4M from city Housing Authority

    A man from the District of Columbia pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to commit bank fraud as part of a plan to gain about $1.4 million from the Baltimore Housing Authority, prosecutors said. Keith Eugene Daughtry, 50, allowed his identity to be...
  • Alleged $1.4 million housing authority fraud began small, indictment says

    In early 2010, officials at Baltimore's public housing agency noticed a few thousand dollars had gone missing — transferred without authorization to the bank account of a man who rented his Northeast Baltimore home to a low-income tenant,...
  • Corrections and Clarifications

    Photographs in Tuesday's editions misidentified two repair shop owners who had admitted to paying bribes to police officers to allegedly steer business to their shops. The correct photos of the owners, Edwin Javier Mejia and Hernan Alexis Moreno, are...
  • Mark Midei fights for medical license, exoneration

    Mark Midei fights for medical license, exoneration
    It took 25 years for Dr. Mark Midei to build his reputation and less than two for it to come crashing down. In the spring of 2009, he was a superstar cardiologist with a seven-figure salary and a staff that adored him. By late April 2011, he was...
  • O'Malley and Ehrlich aide Massoni love a parade, not each other

    O'Malley and Ehrlich aide Massoni love a parade, not each other
    Gov. Martin O'Malley and a longtime aide to former Gov. Bob Ehrlich had an interesting little exchange during the Dundalk 4th of July parade. The story came to me by way of Annapolis lobbyist Bruce Bereano, who attended the parade with the aide, Greg...
  • Puppy mills: Don't put cruelty on your holiday shopping list

    Thousands of puppies are bought and sold every year during the holiday season, which means thousands of consumers end up unknowingly supporting puppy mills. Puppy mills are inhumane, commercial breeding facilities that place an emphasis on profits...
  • Great deal for The Dogwood

     
    Groupon is offering a great deal for The Dogwood today: pay $20 and receive a coupon good for $40's worth of "sustainable American fare" at the Hampden restaurant.I know, I know, sounds like a Ponzi scheme. I'd be skeptical, too,......
  • Social Security is a Ponzi scheme, but privatizing it won't help

    When established in 1935, Social Security made its first payments to Americans age 65. These first recipients never contributed and were paid from contributions made by younger Americans. Those Americans and successive generations believed their...
  • Lawyers see St. Joseph's stent claims growing

    The story Frank Ward tells about his medical history would sound familiar to just about any malpractice attorney in Baltimore. He went to St. Joseph Medical Center for a heart procedure, Dr. Mark Midei put a stent in his artery after finding a blockage,...