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  • 10th person in state dies of swine flu

    A 10th person in Maryland has died of swine flu, state health officials said Tuesday. The person, an adult from Western Maryland, had underlying health problems. As with other deaths related to the H1N1 virus, officials would not release further details....
  • Man shot and killed in Northeast Baltimore

    A 19-year-old man was fatally shot in Northeast Baltimore yesterday, city police said. Officers responding to a call for a shooting found Thaddeus McCauley of the 1100 block of E. Belvedere Ave. in the middle of the street in the 1400 block of Homestead...
  • When pro football was a lark

    For Mark Bowden, writing a book about the 1958 pro football championship game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants was a return to his roots. Bowden made his name writing prize-winning articles for The Philadelphia Inquirer and best-selling...
  • In their debt

    In their debt
    Willie Mae White began worrying how she'd pay the $36,224 bill from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center a few weeks after having emergency brain surgery. She lived off Social Security and food stamps after decades working as a housekeeper. So she was...
  • Their day in court

    Their day in court
    Every Wednesday at noon, debt collection lawyers take their seats behind a thick wooden table in a downtown Baltimore courtroom for a ritual they call the "rocket docket." It's one way officials at the city District Court try to unclog a backlog of...
  • Loose rules

    Loose rules
    Delegate John A. Hurson wanted to make Maryland's system for setting hospital rates fairer to poor people. As chairman of the House health committee, he was in a powerful position to make those changes happen. But he couldn't get several proposals...
  • Tighter hospital control sought

    State officials began looking yesterday into ways to tighten oversight of hospitals' charity care and debt- collection practices, ranging from new legislation to regulate hospital policies to new court procedures to help people sued over unpaid hospital...
  • Warm memories of cold

    Rosemary Stafford-Baldwin, a Colts cheerleader from 1956 to 1969, remembers how cold it became in the second half of the game. My recollections are still vivid. First and foremost, it was a privilege not only to be chosen a cheerleader, but also to...
  • Tuesday storm in Dundalk was a tornado

     
    A survey team from the National Weather Service has declared that the thunderstorm that swept across the Baltimore region late Tuesday afternoon contained a small tornado (an 'EF-0' on the 'Enhanced Fujita Scale') packing 70 mph winds. The storm caused...
  • Man dies after shooting in East Baltimore

    An East Baltimore man died last night at Johns Hopkins Hospital less than two hours after he was shot near his home, police said. No arrests had been made. Officer Nicole Monroe, a Police Department spokeswoman, said Ronald Comer Hall, 46, of the 1700...
  • 'We're the champs'

    This is what Gino Marchetti, Hall of Fame defensive end for the Baltimore Colts, remembers of the 1958 NFL championship game, as told to Baltimore Sun reporter Mike Klingaman. When I walked onto the field, a chill ran down my spine. I thought, "Here I...
  • Memories of '58

    Today we examine the historic Dec. 28, 1958, game between the Colts and Giants through the eyes of a player from each team, and a Colts fan, cheerleader and band member. As the 50th anniversary approaches, we'll have more stories about those who played in...