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  • Wounded Baltimore officer remains critical, but stable

    Wounded Baltimore officer remains critical, but stable
    Baltimore Police Sgt. Keith Mcneill, who was off duty when he was ambushed and shot multiple times Friday night, was in critical but stable condition Monday, while his alleged shooter is expected to have a bail review hearing Tuesday. Mcneill was...
  • Elkridge man pleads guilty in death of infant daughter

    Elkridge man pleads guilty in death of infant daughter
    An Elkridge man accused of shaking his infant daughter to death pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Howard County Circuit Court Tuesday morning, according to Howard County State's Attorney spokesman Wayne Kirwan. Aron James Krampf, 27, of the 6200...
  • House approves 'shielding' law

    House approves 'shielding' law
    The House of Delegates on Monday passed a law that would allow some ex-offenders to "shield" their criminal records from online background checks. In a 87-49 vote, the chamber approved the measure that would allow people convicted of various traffic,...
  • Baltimore Jewish community fights re-trial of 1969 child killer

    Baltimore Jewish community fights re-trial of 1969 child killer
    About 200 members of Baltimore's Jewish community packed courtroom benches Thursday, lined walls and stood single-file in aisles — some reading religious texts — amid growing concern over the potential release of the man who killed an 11-year-...
  • Getting out of jail free [Editorial]

    Getting out of jail free  [Editorial]
    A favorable Senate committee vote this week for the amended Senate Bill 973, which would solve a state public defender problem and offer some measure of bail reform, was a step in the right direction that should be repeated by the rest of the legislature....
  • Clock could run out for Westport developers

    Clock could run out for Westport developers
    A U.S. bankruptcy court is scheduled to decide Tuesday whether to grant more time to developer Patrick Turner, who has tried for 10 years to transform the empty Westport waterfront from grassy marsh to a bustling neighborhood. The decision could end...
  • Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics

    Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics
    It's an Olympics of sorts for financial analysts in training, and five business students from the University of Baltimore will compete. They are traveling to Denver for the regional round of a global challenge to create the best equity research report...
  • Snow postpones Naval Academy sexual assault case

    Snow postpones Naval Academy sexual assault case
    Opening statements in the case of a Naval Academy midshipman charged with sexually assaulting a classmate were delayed by Monday's snowstorm. The federal government closed in the Washington area on Monday, including the Washington Navy Yard where the...
  • Senate advances revamped bail system

    Senate advances revamped bail system
    A key state Senate committee advanced a bill Tuesday that would have the state eventually rely on a computer system to determine who gets released from jail after arrest and who has to post bail. The computerized "risk assessment tool" would decide...
  • Midshipman opts for trial by judge in assault case

    Midshipman opts for trial by judge in assault case
    A Naval Academy midshipman accused of sexually assaulting a classmate at an off-campus party asked a judge Friday to decide his fate instead of a jury in the trial that's being watched at the Annapolis institution and across the country as a bellwether of...
  • Two men convicted in murder of 12-year-old Baltimore boy

    Two men convicted in murder of 12-year-old Baltimore boy
    Two men were convicted Friday of randomly firing into a group of young people, killing a 12-year-old boy and wounding three others in an attempt to "send a message" to their East Baltimore neighbors. In May 2011, prosecutors said, Danyae Robinson, 31,...
  • Mother suing state in Maryland School for the Deaf abuse case

    Mother suing state in Maryland School for the Deaf abuse case
    The mother of a girl who was sexually abused by an employee at the Maryland School for the Deaf is suing the state for $4 million, contending that the school was negligent in not protecting her daughter. The suit calls the state-run school "negligent,...