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  • After 90 days, few details on death of man in police custody

    After 90 days, few details on death of man in police custody
    In the 90 days since Tyrone West died during an altercation with police in Northeast Baltimore, his relatives have flooded radio talk-show lines, protested outside City Hall and the state's attorney's office, and crowded community forums to confront...
  • Former WYPR editor charged with stabbing son in Joppa

    Former WYPR editor charged with stabbing son in Joppa
    Former WYPR-FM editor and longtime journalist Sunni Khalid has been accused of stabbing his adult son, according to prosecutors at a Harford County District Court bail review hearing Monday. Khalid, 55, of the 400 block of Acadia Drive in Joppa, was let...
  • Parsing reaction from city officials on weekend violence

    As shootings rang out across the city over the weekend at a clip not seen in years, a Baltimore police spokesman offered a statement that the department was "all in all pretty satisfied with the way the city is headed, violence-wise." Anthony Guglielmi'...
  • Craig plans statewide blitz, gives radio preview

    Craig plans statewide blitz, gives radio preview
    Harford County Executive David R. Craig's all-but-official campaign for the 2014 Republican nomination for governor plans an ambitious rollout tour that will take him to every region of the state next week after his announcement Monday. Craig's campaign...
  • Eastern Shore farmer, Perdue seek attorneys' fees

    Eastern Shore farmer, Perdue seek attorneys' fees
    The lawsuit may be over, but the bitter legal battle continues. Lawyers for poultry producer Perdue and an Eastern Shore farmer are asking a federal judge to award them more than $3 million in attorneys' fees and expenses from the Waterkeeper Alliance,...
  • Young, black and radical

    Young, black and radical
    At first glance, Dayvon Love is easy to overlook. At 5 foot 9, he has average height and a slightly larger than average build. As he carefully takes in everything and everyone in a room, he might initially seem painfully shy. So when he finally speaks,...
  • Busch, Miller outline major issues facing General Assembly

    Busch, Miller outline major issues facing General Assembly
    House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Wednesday that they have reservations about a plan advanced by the Rawlings-Blake administration to expedite school renovation in Baltimore. Appearing on the Marc Steiner...
  • O'Malley: Assault weapons ban poised to pass this year

    O'Malley: Assault weapons ban poised to pass this year
    As Maryland lawmakers prepared to gather for their 2013 session, Gov. Martin O'Malley said Wednesday that he believes the General Assembly is poised to pass a ban on assault weapons this year. Gun control is expected to be one of the leading issues...
  • Marc Steiner show moving to mornings on WEAA-FM

    Marc Steiner show moving to mornings on WEAA-FM
    Marc Steiner will move his show to 9 a.m. weekdays starting May 13 on WEAA-FM, the veteran Baltimore talkshow host said Friday. "We're moving to 9 a.m. as part of a new news and information format," Steiner wrote in an email.  "It's very exciting and...
  • Is Marc Steiner smarter than a sixth grader?

    Is Marc Steiner smarter than a sixth grader?
    Is Marc Steiner smarter than Denise Koch? Can the president of Baltimore's City Council outwit the president of a local college? Are any of them brainier than your average sixth grader? Baltimore will find out Saturday when local celebrities play "Are...
  • Bealefeld addresses concerns about Police Department in radio appearance

    Bealefeld addresses concerns about Police Department in radio appearance
    Baltimore's police commissioner struck a defiant tone during a radio appearance Tuesday evening and defended his department amid a series of high-profile cases that have cast a pall on the integrity of the 3,100-member force. Answering questions on the...
  • Turnout low in first day of early voting

    Baltimore voters trickled into polling places for the first day of early voting in the citywide primary elections, prompting the director of the city elections board to describe turnout as "really bad." By 5 p.m., Thursday, 994 of the city's 369,651...