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  • O'Malley to get more involved in governor's race

    O'Malley to get more involved in governor's race
    Gov. Martin O'Malley is stepping up his involvement in the race for governor, starting with visits to campaign offices for Democratic nominee Anthony G. Brown Tuesday evening and Wednesday. O'Malley disclosed his plans to visit the Brown offices in...
  • Judge limits Harford residents' access to Columbia Gas funds

    Judge limits Harford residents' access to Columbia Gas funds
    A federal judge ruled this week that owners of multiple Harford County properties — where portions of a 21-mile underground gas pipeline are being installed under an eminent domain claim — cannot fully access funds set aside by the gas company...
  • Lawsuit brought by man convicted in 1987 killing can proceed

    Lawsuit brought by man convicted in 1987 killing can proceed
    A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that a lawsuit brought against the Baltimore Police Department and three officers by a man who says he was wrongfully convicted of murder in a 1987 killing can proceed. James Owens was charged in the robbery,...
  • Latest Edgewood violence blamed on relapsed criminals

    Latest Edgewood violence blamed on relapsed criminals
    Violence in Edgewood continues as crime pops up in one neighborhood just as Harford County Sheriff's Office leaders say they have made progress in another. Much of the problem stems from residents returning to the community from prison and starting...
  • Hospital worker 'used as a human shield' in gang-related killing, police say

    Hospital worker 'used as a human shield' in gang-related killing, police say
    A Maryland Shock Trauma Center technician was waiting for a bus home after work Sunday night when he was "used as a human shield" and killed during a gang shooting, Baltimore police said. Police said Tuesday that they have arrested two members of the...
  • The Ravens' story shifts [Editorial]

    The Ravens' story shifts  [Editorial]
    During a lengthy and wide-ranging news conference Monday, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said one thing that is indisputably true: that both his competence and his integrity are being questioned in the wake of the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal. They are,...
  • City Council members seek body cameras for police

    City Council members seek body cameras for police
    Two influential City Council members introduced legislation Monday that would require every Baltimore police officer to wear a body camera within a year — a move they argue would cut down on police brutality in the aftermath of several high-...
  • Jury awards $2.1 million in lead paint suit

    Jury awards $2.1 million in lead paint suit
    A Baltimore jury has awarded nearly $2.1 million to a 17-year-old city youth who was allegedly poisoned by lead paint in the 1990s when he was a toddler in an East Baltimore rental home. The judgment against Elliot Dackman and the estates of Sandra and...
  • Baltimore County jury finds man guilty in fatal stabbing case

    Baltimore County jury finds man guilty in fatal stabbing case
    A Baltimore County jury found an Anne Arundel County man guilty Monday in the fatal stabbing of a woman he once dated. Jeffrey Shiflett, 35, was convicted of first-degree murder and related offenses in an attack in which he walked into Katie Hadel's...
  • Baltimore spending panel asked to approve back pay for suspended officer

    Baltimore spending panel asked to approve back pay for suspended officer
    Baltimore's spending panel is asked Wednesday to approve about $4,700 in back pay for a city police sergeant who was suspended without pay after allegedly pointing a gun at her 20-year-old son's head. The Board of Estimates will vote whether to pay back...
  • Mayor criticizes police handling of video case and calls for plan to address brutality

    Mayor criticizes police handling of video case and calls for plan to address brutality
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake criticized the Police Department's handling of a high-profile police brutality investigation on Wednesday, and said she had directed the police commissioner to develop a "comprehensive" plan to address brutality in the...
  • Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti writes in letter, 'we let you down' in handling Rice incident

    Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti writes in letter, 'we let you down' in handling Rice incident
    Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is sending the following letter to Ravens personal seat license holders, suite owners and sponsors in response to the team's handling of the Ray Rice incident:   Sept. 9, 2014 Dear Ravens Stakeholder: You deserve an...