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  • Man dead after barricade was at center of Md. handgun challenge

    Man dead after barricade was at center of Md. handgun challenge
    The Baltimore County burglar who helped trigger an ongoing constitutional challenge to Maryland's handgun laws shot himself to death, police said, after he assaulted his estranged wife and beat his parents with a pipe. Police found Kris Lee Abbott dead...
  • O'Malley names commission on medical marijuana

    O'Malley names commission on medical marijuana
    Gov. Martin O'Malley on Thursday named 11 people, including health professionals, lawyers, a police chief and a prosecutor, to a commission to oversee Maryland's new law legalizing marijuana use for medical reasons. The panel, which is scheduled to...
  • Court rules Arundel councilman's removal invalid

    Court rules Arundel councilman's removal invalid
    A judge in Anne Arundel County ruled Friday in the case of a county councilman who was ousted when he went to federal prison, but disagreement remained over whether the ruling allowed Daryl Jones to return to his seat. Retired Judge Arthur Ahalt, who was...
  • Grandfather charged in child's death in hot car

    Grandfather charged in child's death in hot car
    A 55-year-old Baltimore man has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of involuntary manslaughter after his 16-month-old granddaughter was found dead in a hot truck in mid-July, police said. The charges filed in Baltimore against Anthony Jerome Towles...
  • Nine indicted in West Baltimore drug conspiracy case

    Nine indicted in West Baltimore drug conspiracy case
    Hoping to tamp down crime in a particularly troubled section of West Baltimore, city police and prosecutors have announced the indictment on drug conspiracy charges of nine people who they say have been terrorizing the neighborhood. Though the charges do...
  • Hrabowski revisits Birmingham church bombing memories

    Hrabowski revisits Birmingham church bombing memories
    Fifty years ago, Freeman A. Hrabowski III was in a Sunday church service in Birmingham, Ala. when someone handed his pastor a note containing horrifying news — a sister church, 16th Street Baptist, had just been bombed. The pastor stopped the...
  • Ride raises money, awareness for bicycle safety

    Ride raises money, awareness for bicycle safety
    More than 400 cyclists traversed scenic, rural Baltimore County roads on Sunday to raise money for bicycle safety, paying tribute to a cyclist killed on one of those byways. The event was the fourth Larry's Ride, launched by family and friends of...
  • Midei briefly takes stand in civil suit

    Midei briefly takes stand in civil suit
    Former cardiologist Mark Midei took the stand Tuesday during the most recent civil suit against him and the previous owners of St. Joseph's Medical Center, in which the plaintiff is accusing him of performing unnecessary stent procedures. Much of his...
  • Midei says stents may have saved the life of patient suing him

    Midei says stents may have saved the life of patient suing him
    Mark Midei said in court Wednesday that he may have saved the life of a former patient by placing three stents in the man's heart, disputing the patient's claims in a $50 million lawsuit alleging that the procedure was unnecessary. Midei's testimony came...
  • Attorneys in Naval Academy sex assault case wrap up arguments

    Attorneys in Naval Academy sex assault case wrap up arguments
    Prosecutors told a military hearing officer on Tuesday that three Naval Academy football players engaged in sexual acts with a drunken female midshipman at an off-campus party last year and then lied about it repeatedly to investigators. Lawyers for the...
  • Council blocks mayor's plan to use recreation and parks money to fund new prosecutors

    Council blocks mayor's plan to use recreation and parks money to fund new prosecutors
    The City Council has rejected the mayor's plan to take money from the Department of Recreation and Parks budget to pay for two new highly touted prosecutor positions. Council members voted unanimously Monday to reject the mayor's proposal to use $100,000...
  • Arundel councilman resigns to make way for Jones' return

    Arundel councilman resigns to make way for Jones' return
    Anne Arundel County Councilman Peter Smith resigned Monday night, allowing his ousted predecessor, Daryl Jones, to return to office after a court ruling determined his removal had been improper. "I do this for the sake of the institution and my whole-...