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  • How can I safely kill invasive weeds near water?

    Question: What can I use to kill invasive weeds along my stream? I hear that the most common weed killer also kills aquatic life. Answer: Use a weed killer formulated for use near water. We think the weed killer you are referring to is one containing...
  • Mike Sragow's 115 favorite films

    This list of Mike Sragow's 115 favorite films should be considered must-viewing. Use it to update your movie rental queue. "The Adventures of Robin Hood," 1938 "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," 1939 " Alice Adams," 1935 "The Apu Trilogy," 1955-...
  • Officer in shooting led turbulent life

    Facing a possible arrest over the fatal shooting of an unarmed former Marine after a night of club-hopping, Baltimore Police Officer Gahiji A. Tshamba continues to pop in to the Eastern District station where he worked for years. Here, the 15-year...
  • Officer in nightclub shooting was driving drunk before '05 shooting

    The Baltimore police officer under investigation for killing a fellow bar patron Saturday was involved in an off-duty shooting in 2005 in which investigators determined he was driving with a 0.12 percent blood-alcohol level before firing his weapon,...
  • How to prune shade trees and lilacs

    Question: On my young shade tree, two branches suddenly zoomed up that are taller than the rest. Should I cut them back to the same height as the others? Answer: Your tree has produced two leaders. Generally shade trees should have one dominant...
  • Softball: Coach of the Year

    Reese Kiple Broadneck Kiple led the Bruins to their second consecutive Class 4A state championship with an 11-1 victory over Sherwood. Broadneck finished the season ranked No. 1 in the metro area with a record of 22-2. Kiple took over the program...
  • Man shot by officer had hands in air, sources say

    The unarmed man fatally shot by an off-duty Baltimore police officer outside a Mount Vernon bar early Saturday had his hands in the air when the officer fired 13 rounds, striking him nine times in the chest and groin, according to department sources. Two...
  • Towson cardiologist faces professional charges

    Towson cardiologist faces professional charges
    The regulatory board responsible for licensing doctors in Maryland has filed administrative charges against a Towson cardiologist accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary procedures, beginning a process that could strip him of the authority to...
  • Dozens gather at vigil for Marine fatally shot in Mount Vernon

    Dozens gather at vigil for Marine fatally shot in Mount Vernon
    About 100 people gathered Saturday on the green in front of City Hall to remember Tyrone Brown, the 32-year-old former Marine whose fatal shooting in Mount Vernon ultimately led to a first-degree murder charge against a Baltimore police officer....
  • Hunted officer turns self in

    The Baltimore police officer facing a first-degree murder charge in the fatal shooting of an unarmed former Marine was ordered held without bail Monday morning, more than a day after his uncertain whereabouts triggered an intense search that ended when he...
  • Officer held in shooting 'did what he had to do,' attorney says

    Officer held in shooting 'did what he had to do,' attorney says
    The Baltimore police officer charged with first-degree murder in the off-duty shooting of an unarmed man outside a Mount Vernon club began hitting back at the accusations, with his attorney questioning the behavior of the victim and saying the officer...
  • Homicide detective on shooting case a veteran

    Homicide detective on shooting case a veteran
    The hardest thing for a cop to do is go after another cop. And when cops have to do it, they rarely want the publicity that typically accompanies an important bust. Detective Shawn M. Reichenberg Sr. got the electronic equivalent of a framed...