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  • Millersville man indicted in Halloween killing in Anne Arundel

    Millersville man indicted in Halloween killing in Anne Arundel
    A Millersville man has been indicted for murder in connection with the shooting death of another man last Halloween during an apparent botched robbery attempt. Gregory Dontae Lewis, 34, of the 700 block of Cecil Avenue, was indicted by an Anne Arundel...
  • Some Yahoo visitors infected with malware via advertisement

    Some Yahoo visitors infected with malware via advertisement
    Tens of thousands of visitors to Yahoo.com may have been exposed to malicious advertisements that can install malware that gives attackers access to users' computers and online banking activity. Starting Dec. 30, some ads served on Yahoo's ad network...
  • Former Baltimore officer pleads guilty to pimping teenage wife

    Former Baltimore officer pleads guilty to pimping teenage wife
    A former Baltimore police officer pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to serving as a pimp for his 19-year-old wife and another young woman who lived with him. Between February and May of last year, Lamin Manneh, 32, advertised the two women's...
  • Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down

    Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down
    In a sudden departure, Millennial Media founder and CEO Paul Palmieri left the Baltimore mobile advertising company Monday to work for a prominent Maryland venture capital firm. Palmieri said in an interview his resignation had been in the works for...
  • Property damage by utilities aggravates customers

    Property damage by utilities aggravates customers
    Brie Daugherty doesn't object to the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. replacing a gas line in her Arbutus neighborhood. It's the flooded basement — courtesy of a sewer line broken by a BGE contractor — that bothers her. "Obviously the...
  • Three charged in Internet prostitution sting in Aberdeen

    A man and two women were arrested Thursday in a police prostitution sting after detectives made arrangements through an Internet site to meet the suspects at an Aberdeen motel room. One of the two women was charged with human trafficking in connection...
  • Gansler calls for ban on outside spending in governor's race

    Gansler calls for ban on outside spending in governor's race
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler called on his Democratic rivals Tuesday to pledge not to allow third-party spending in the race for governor. "We're trying to keep the fundraising contribution lines clean and limit the outside groups buying...
  • Local startup in the battle for razor customers

    Local startup in the battle for razor customers
    Netflix changed the way people rent movies. Amazon upended the big-box bookstore. Other online retailers grabbed market share in niches as diverse as contact lenses and pet medications. Why not razors? That's the question posed by a Catonsville firm...
  • Man shot to death near railroad tracks in Anne Arundel

    Man shot to death near railroad tracks in Anne Arundel
    A Baltimore man who was fatally shot near railroad tracks in Anne Arundel County Thursday night went to the location to buy a car he had seen advertised online, Anne Arundel County police said. The man, identified by police as Rene Filsfdelfo Leiva-...
  • State insurance exchange paid Ravens $130K for advertising

    State insurance exchange paid Ravens $130K for advertising
    For $130,000, Maryland health officials are getting the word out on health reform to Ravens fans listening to the radio or visiting the team website. To catch the promotions in the stadium, though, don’t blink. Maryland Health Connection, the...
  • Former Baltimore City firefighter pleads guilty to sex trafficking

    Former Baltimore City firefighter pleads guilty to sex trafficking
    A former Baltimore firefighter pleaded guilty Friday to a federal sex trafficking charge for his part in running a brothel that pimped out a 16-year-old girl and other women. Jamar Simmons and Franklin Coit ran brothels at two locations in Baltimore...
  • Cyber Monday, while less significant, could account for $2 billion in sales

    Cyber Monday, while less significant, could account for $2 billion in sales
    Consumers went in search of cyber deals Monday amid a barrage of emails and Web offers from retailers. But Cyber Monday may be losing its significance as the biggest online day of the season, thanks to this year's earlier and more diluted kickoff to...