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  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap: On the eve of double elimination

    'Dancing with the Stars' recap: On the eve of double elimination
    They open by reminding us that next week is the semifinals — can't believe we're there already! It's been a quick season. After the staircase introductions, we find out there will be two dances for each couple tonight and a double elimination...
  • In Bishop case, Maryland death penalty law gets first trial

    The man accused of fatally shooting a Towson gas station owner in a murder-for-hire scheme is due in court this week — the first trial under Maryland's revamped death penalty law, legal experts say. And the trial of Walter P. Bishop Jr.,...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Episode 4

    'The Voice' recap: Episode 4
    Man, those judges on “The Voice” did some major work tonight, scooping up more talented hopefuls as we endured (enjoyed?) another week of blind auditions. I seem to have forgotten that this show is a marathon, not a sprint – but we&...
  • Awash in news, much of Baltimore media rises to the challenge

    Awash in news, much of Baltimore media rises to the challenge
    If you want to get a real sense of a TV newsroom's priorities and values beyond all the "we're on your side" hype, check it out in times of stress. Stress is defined here as major stories breaking or unfolding at a time when there is an extra emphasis on...
  • New York City Marathon finishers from Maryland

    90, Christopher Bain, Takoma Park, 02:34:43. 269, Patrick T. O'rourke, Timonium, 02:45:53. 322, Brennan Feldhausen, Baltimore, 02:47:21. 371, Andy Philip, Silver Spring, 02:48:34. 389, Ted Murner, Annapolis, 02:49:06. 410, Mike McMonagle, Annapolis,...
  • Evidence, sympathies could vie in Dixon case

    Evidence, sympathies could vie in Dixon case
    Indicted Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's first court hearing is scheduled for three weeks from today, but attorneys have already begun dissecting the case against her, with some outlining bountiful defense options that could prove effective in a largely...
  • Defense: Dixon thought cards were meant for her

    Mayor Sheila Dixon's lead attorney told jurors in her criminal theft case Thursday that Dixon spent gift cards donated by city developers for one simple reason: She thought they were meant as gifts for her. That line of defense is likely to turn the...
  • Judge has discretion to accept partial verdict

    Judge has discretion to accept partial verdict
    A note from the jury on Monday in Mayor Sheila Dixon's criminal trial offered a subtle but tantalizing hint that the case could be headed for a split decision, an outcome that legal analysts say is available, if procedurally perilous. A note from the...
  • What happens after Dixon verdict?

    Sheila Dixon will likely remain Baltimore's mayor until she is sentenced - which could be months from now - or steps down, according to city and state lawyers. But even that is open to legal interpretation. It's one of the many questions raised Tuesday...
  • Juror contact in '06 with Dixon, witness could cause mistrial

    Juror contact in '06 with Dixon, witness could cause mistrial
    A juror who helped to convict Mayor Sheila Dixon of embezzlement participated in a public event with Dixon and a key prosecution witness three years ago, receiving a $324 prize in a sweepstakes sponsored by a city agency. The prior contact, which was...
  • Dixon likely to seek new trial

    Mayor Sheila Dixon's attorneys signaled Friday that they plan to ask for a new trial in her gift card misappropriation case, while the state prosecutor said he would not "at this time" retry the one count that hung the jury this week. In a filing hand-...
  • Spotlight turns on new evidence in Dixon case

    Spotlight turns on new evidence in Dixon case
    Revelations that a third city developer might have donated gift cards to Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon are more likely to cause political damage than legal harm, observers said. Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will consider arguments today by Dixon's...