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  • Bar owners hope Station North shooting doesn't drive patrons away

    The crowd at Liam Flynn's Ale House on North Avenue was small early Friday morning, just a dozen or so patrons milling about. Then around 1 a.m., three men pushed their way through the door screaming, "Someone's been shot! Call 911!" owner Liam Flynn...
  • Jury selection begins in case of slain Hopkins researcher

    Jury selection began Monday in the trial of John A. Wagner, a 34-year-old city man accused of killing a Johns Hopkins researcher last year. Wagner is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of 23-year-old Stephen Pitcairn, who police say...
  • Mother of stabbed researcher testifies during murder trial

    Stephen Pitcairn got off the Bolt bus in Baltimore around 11 p.m. on July 25 last year, two days shy of his 24th birthday, and called his mother in Florida as he walked home from Penn Station, traveling north on St. Paul Street. "I always feel so safe...
  • Mother hears 'loud gasp' on phone as Pitcairn robbed and slain

    Gwen Pitcairn needed the box of tissue on the witness stand for the story she was telling Tuesday. The Florida resident testified that her son, Johns Hopkins University researcher Stephen Pitcairn, two days shy of his 24th birthday, called her on the...
  • Roommate testifies suspect confessed to robbing slain Hopkins researcher

    A roommate of a man charged with killing a Johns Hopkins researcher in Charles Village last summer testified Wednesday that moments after the attack the suspect said he "had robbed someone and that he had hurt him real bad." Tyrine Williams told jurors...
  • Downsizing Maryland's prisons

    Downsizing Maryland's prisons
    The United States contains just 5 percent of the world's population, yet its prisons house nearly a quarter of all the people incarcerated around the globe. We imprison our citizens at a greater rate than any other country; as a result, nearly 1 in...
  • Huguely jurors to decide between levels of homicide during deliberation

    Huguely jurors to decide between levels of homicide during deliberation
    Though George Huguely V is charged with premeditated murder in the 2010 death of his University of Virginia girlfriend, Yeardley Love, attorneys following the case say it's unlikely that the jury will find he intended to kill her when members begin...
  • Baltimore's top prosecutor to try murder case

    After his first city prosecution resulted in a mixed outcome last year, with one defendant acquitted and two others convicted of minor offenses, Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein is set to try a murder case Monday. William Carr, 50, is...
  • Wagner guilty in slaying of Hopkins researcher

    Wagner guilty in slaying of Hopkins researcher
    After less than three hours of deliberation Wednesday, a Baltimore jury found John Alexander Wagner guilty of first-degree murder and armed robbery in the stabbing of Johns Hopkins researcher Stephen Pitcairn, who was attacked last year as he talked to...
  • Stephen Pitcairn's aunt thanks the citizens and officials of Baltimore

    As a member of Stephen Pitcairn's family I would like to publicly offer my gratitude to the citizens and officials of Baltimore. Over the course of the trial of John Wagner, the man found guilty of my nephew's robbery and murder, I was impressed with the...
  • The generous spirit of Stephen Pitcairn

    When you go to the trial of the man who sank a knife into your friend Stephen's heart as he walked home talking to his mother on his cell phone, you think you've already heard the worst. But during the next eight days of evidence and testimony, you...
  • Hearing postponed for woman who robbed Hopkins researcher

    A violation of probation hearing for Lavelva Princess Merritt, who pleaded guilty to robbery charges in connection with the stabbing death last year of a young Johns Hopkins researcher, was postponed Friday because she mistakenly wasn't transported from...