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  • Two shot, one fatally, Sunday night

    Two shot, one fatally, Sunday night
    One man was killed and another was injured in two separate shootings in Baltimore Sunday night, police said. Police found a man lying in the street with a gunshot wound to his head in the 5100 block of Cordelia Ave. in the Langston Hughes neighborhood...
  • Police shoot robbery suspect outside Baltimore homeless shelter

    Police shoot robbery suspect outside Baltimore homeless shelter
    Baltimore police said officers shot a man they encountered while responding to a robbery call near the city's Code Blue homeless shelter. Meanwhile, detectives were investigating a homicide in East Baltimore — the first in more than a week. The...
  • As Horseshoe casino rises, officials work behind the scenes for smooth launch

    As Horseshoe casino rises, officials work behind the scenes for smooth launch
    The thud of nail guns and screech of drills echoed inside the cavernous shell of exposed cement, silver ventilation shafts and metal framing of the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore rising on Russell Street. As cement trucks rumbled over stubborn patches of...
  • Teen's robbery report goes unnoted for days, drawing mother's ire

    Teen's robbery report goes unnoted for days, drawing mother's ire
    Yolanda Lowe's son and nephew were robbed at gunpoint while walking through Northeast Baltimore, she says, but for days there was no record that such a crime had occurred. That's because two patrol officers wouldn't take a report and asked her to take...
  • Man cleared of murder after 19 years in prison

    Man cleared of murder after 19 years in prison
    After being cleared of a murder for which he spent two decades in prison, Sabein C. Burgess spent some of his first free moments in a dingy carryout next to the city courthouse holding his baby granddaughter, with his family and lawyers swarming around....
  • Towson police commander warns of rise in daytime home burglaries

    Towson police commander warns of rise in daytime home burglaries
    Towson precinct's police commander during a community meeting Thursday urged residents to be vigilant in their communities, because the area is experiencing an increase in daytime residential burglaries. "Take it back to your communities, and make...
  • Man grazed by bullet in city's first shooting in more than a week

    Man grazed by bullet in city's first shooting in more than a week
    A man was struck in the neck by a bullet in Northeast Baltimore late Thursday that was the city's first shooting in more than a week. Officers responding to reports of a shooting at 11:25 p.m. in the Orchard Ridge neighborhood and found a man with a...
  • Parents charged after children found in dirty, unheated sailboat

    Parents charged after children found in dirty, unheated sailboat
    A man and woman have been charged with child abuse after Natural Resources Police officers found them living with their two boys in squalid conditions aboard a sailboat in the Magothy River. John Joseph Kelly, 52, and Sherri Leeann Kelly, 43, have each...
  • Off-campus confrontation led to McDaniel College shooting, lockdown, police say

    Off-campus confrontation led to McDaniel College shooting, lockdown, police say
    A shooting that prompted a three-hour lockdown at McDaniel College early Sunday stemmed from a confrontation between a group of students and four men just off the Westminster campus, police said. A group of male students was walking back to the campus...
  • Lab analysis took more than a year to link Baltimore man to rape

    Lab analysis took more than a year to link Baltimore man to rape
    It took the Baltimore Police crime lab well over a year to link a Southeast Baltimore man to a 2012 rape because of a backlog in DNA analysis. Before officers could arrest him, police say, he attacked again. Bernard Burton, 25, was charged last week in...
  • Bel Air moves forward with next phase of regional water authority

    The Town of Bel Air is moving forward with the second phase of establishing a regional water authority in Harford County. Commissioners voted Tuesday night to take part in the study, becoming the last municipality in the area to sign onto the next...
  • Man found shot to death in Port Deposit home; reward offered

    A Port Deposit man was found shot to death in his home Monday morning, and Maryland State Police investigators say he was murdered. State Police have also announced a reward of up to $2,000 is being offered to anyone with relevant information leading...