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  • Patient sues over hepatitis C exposure

    Patient sues over hepatitis C exposure
    A patient believed to have contracted hepatitis C from a rogue medical worker has sued Columbia-based Maxim Staffing Solutions Inc. for failing to report the traveling technician to legal authorities even though the company knew he had stolen narcotics...
  • Same-sex marriage foes get help from out of state

    Same-sex marriage foes get help from out of state
    By most measures, Frank Schubert, the strategist running campaigns in four states against same-sex marriage, ought to be nervous about Maryland. Multiple polls, including one recently conducted by The Baltimore Sun, show that Maryland voters in...
  • City police seek personal records of man in taping lawsuit

    City police seek personal records of man in taping lawsuit
    Baltimore Police want to know whether a man suing police for deleting images from his camera at the 2010 Preakness has a drug history, and have reached out to his ex-wife and former employers, an effort his attorneys say amounts to harassment and...
  • AG's office advises Assembly it can expand gambling

    The General Assembly has an unfettered right to expand gambling in Maryland over the objections of existing license holders, according to the Attorney General's Office. Dan Friedman, counsel to the General Assembly, told a Prince George's County lawmaker...
  • City circuit court workers protest filthy conditions

    City circuit court workers protest filthy conditions
    Roughly 40 Baltimore circuit court employees and their union representatives marched to City Hall Monday afternoon, complaining of dangerous courthouse conditions and threatening to sue if they don't get funds for new office space, as prosecutors have...
  • Eastern Shore poultry pollution trial opens

    Eastern Shore poultry pollution trial opens
    Lawyers in a closely watched pollution lawsuit targeting an Eastern Shore chicken farm and the Salisbury-based poultry company Perdue presented radically different previews of the case Tuesday as the trial began in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. The...
  • Woman sues Baltimore County, state police over husband's death after he was pepper-sprayed, Tasered

    A Baltimore County man suffered a "diabetic attack," causing him to act abnormally when police tried to restrain him and then pepper sprayed and Tasered him, resulting in his death, according to a multimillion-dollar lawsuit brought by his wife against...
  • Family of girl wounded in shooting sues GPS company

    Family of girl wounded in shooting sues GPS company
    The mother of a young girl hit with a stray bullet fired by a juvenile offender who was under GPS tracking is seeking millions of dollars from the state vendor that provides the monitoring, claiming in a lawsuit that the company knew its product was...
  • Gas company to give $500,000 in fracking spill deal

    A natural gas company has agreed to give $500,000 to monitor water quality in the Susquehanna River basin after a Pennsylvania well blowout last year spilled "fracking" fluids into a tributary of the river, Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler...
  • Maryland biofuel fraud case rattles industry

    The case that has rattled the nation's renewable fuels industry began with some flashy cars. As Rodney R. Hailey accumulated a string of vehicles, including a Rolls-Royce, two Bentleys and a Lamborghini, the Perry Hall man's neighbors became suspicious....
  • Phelps will try to qualify for Olympics in the grueling 400 IM

    Phelps will try to qualify for Olympics in the grueling 400 IM
    OMAHA, Neb. — It's on: Michael Phelps will seek to qualify for the London Olympics in the 400-meter individual medley Monday morning, a grueling event that he just can't seem to quit. The event will open the trials here, as well as the Games...
  • Jury awards Waverly family $55 million in Hopkins malpractice case

    Jury awards Waverly family $55 million in Hopkins malpractice case
    After hours of labor, Enso Martinez cried as his wife, Rebecca Fielding, was carried from their Waverly home on a stretcher en route to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Fielding, who had wanted to deliver her baby at home with the help of a midwife, assured her...