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  • Don't blame teachers for murders

    Don't blame teachers for murders
    Regarding your recent editorial, "How to end the killing" (July 9), your last paragraph made me want to vomit. "No doubt, Baltimore needs effective police and prosecutors, ample drug treatment, better schools, and more economic opportunities." How dare...
  • Widow recalls life without husband as his killer goes free

    Widow recalls life without husband as his killer goes free
    As he lay on the floor of his Southwest Baltimore grocery store, Benjamin Rubin's last words to his wife were "I've been shot." Moments earlier on that April day in 1972, Welford Monroe and another young man stormed into B&S Food Market, ordered Rubin...
  • Aberdeen man accused of child sex abuse

    An Aberdeen man has been charged with sexually abusing two teenage girls, according to a statement of charges on file in court. Brian Craig Smith, 46, of the 1200 block of Perryman Road, has been charged with multiple counts of second-degree sex offense,...
  • Zimmerman verdict sends media on a Saturday night live scramble

    Zimmerman verdict sends media on a Saturday night live scramble
    The verdict finding George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin was announced at 10 p.m. (ET) Saturday, and it was a network news operation, ABC, not any of the all-news cable channels, that had the best initial TV coverage. By...
  • Neuman picks new Arundel police chief

    Neuman picks new Arundel police chief
    Anne Arundel County's new police chief is pledging to restore order and pride to an agency that has been racked by scandal and leadership changes over the past two years. Kevin Davis, who takes over Monday as chief, brings with him 21 years of...
  • Judge awards $21.4 million to Randallstown High shooting victim

    Judge awards $21.4 million to Randallstown High shooting victim
    A Baltimore County man paralyzed from the waist down in a 2004 shooting at Randallstown High School was awarded $21.4 million Monday in a civil case against the two men convicted in the attack. Baltimore County Circuit Judge Kathleen Cox ruled in...
  • No justice for Trayvon Martin

    No justice for Trayvon Martin
    The trial of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin failed in every way. It failed to bring forth anything resembling objective truth about what happened the night Mr. Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer,...
  • Zimmerman trial: 'When terrible things happen, we look for someone to blame'

    Zimmerman trial: 'When terrible things happen, we look for someone to blame'
    When terrible things happen we look for someone to blame and we become angry when we feel that no one pays a price; in doing so we temporarily forget that revenge is not the answer to tragedy ("Martin verdict fires debate," July 15). Trayvon Martin's...
  • Justice has been served in the Zimmerman case

    Justice has been served in the Zimmerman case
    Great conclusion here: Justice has been served and George Zimmerman was found not guilty ("Martin verdict fires debate," July 15). The jury was 100 percent correct in its decision and followed the letter of the law. This should have never come to a...
  • Aide to man with Down syndrome who died in theater had warned police, report says

    Aide to man with Down syndrome who died in theater had warned police, report says
    Moments before off-duty Frederick County sheriff's deputies tried to force a young man with Down syndrome out of a movie theater — a move that eventually led to his death — Robert Ethan Saylor's 18-year-old aide warned them that he would...
  • With convictions for notorious 1981 Harford murders vacated, John Huffington could leave prison

    With convictions for notorious 1981 Harford murders vacated, John Huffington could leave prison
    Lawyers for John Norman Huffington, a Bel Air man who was twice convicted of killing a young man and young woman in Harford County in 1981, will argue for his release from prison on Thursday while Huffington awaits a new trial, granted this spring on...
  • Alleged jail smuggling mastermind to plead guilty, lawyer says

    Alleged jail smuggling mastermind to plead guilty, lawyer says
    The alleged Black Guerrilla Family leader who is accused of masterminding a sophisticated operation to smuggle drugs and other contraband into the Baltimore City Detention Center will plead guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge, his attorney said...