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Sun StaffWalter Starling is running out of signs. "Maybe it will end at 12," he says. "I only have 12 signs." Wherever the sniper strikes, Walt Starling follows. At a power vacuum at a Shell station in Kensington, where Lori Lewis Rivera was murdered, a...
Sun StaffLawyers for Courtney Bryant, the Baltimore man sentenced to death for the murder of a 21-year-old manager at a Hunt Valley Burger King, argued in Maryland's highest court yesterday that a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision renders the state's capital...
Tags: Lawyers, Laws, Death, U.S. Supreme Court, Death Penalty
Sun StaffThe state's highest court postponed yesterday the execution of Steven H. Oken, saying it wants time to hear arguments on one of the death row inmate's recent appeals. Oken, 41, was scheduled to die by lethal injection the week of March 17 for the 1987...
Tags: Assault, Lawyers, Laws, Annapolis, Government
Sun StaffFor weeks, people in Myersville had hoped that the remote location of their small town in western Frederick County would protect them from attacks by a sniper striking across the Washington suburbs and in Virginia. But then, early yesterday morning,...
Sun StaffThe Republican nominee for lieutenant governor said yesterday he will not debate his Democratic counterpart Thursday - timing proposed by Maryland Public Television and accepted by the opposition. Michael S. Steele, the running mate of Republican...
Sun StaffOne evening in July 1994, 50-year-old Steven Chaifetz and his wife were eating in a popular Long Island diner when a bullet pierced his body, killing him instantly. Three days later another slug slammed into the bulletproof booth of a nearby Amoco gas...
Sun StaffBrian Biles hoped to stockpile a comfortable reserve in his 401(k) for his eventual retirement. Victoria A. Clausen had just begun renovations on the old fixer-upper she and her husband fell in love with this summer. And Kojo McCallum wanted to shower...
Sun StaffFor a second straight weekend, it appeared that the sniper terrorizing the Washington area attacked no one - a welcome, if small, comfort with the killer still on the loose after 12 days. Authorities yesterday offered few new details on their intense...
Sun StaffGroup homes for children can employ almost anyone -- even convicted criminals. Children of Life employed two key figures in one of the nation's largest drug paraphernalia rings. The women cooked and cared for youths at group homes in Harford County...
Sun ReporterThe politicians crammed the small stage in the U.S. Capitol studio, thanking each other for bipartisan cooperation and taking turns talking about the American people, democracy and an Eastern Shore waterman named Kirk Bloodsworth. Bloodsworth, with his...
Tags: Lawyers, Laws, Auto Racing, DNA, Death
Sun StaffThird of four parts. MAN with the heroin is ready, kid with the vein is willing. Needle with the dope's probably dirty, but so what? The kid's shooting up for the first time, his virgin blast, worth the chance for a hell of a ride. Jimmy Phelps spent...
Sun StaffBaltimore-Washington International Airport does not look the same as it did two years ago -- and it will look even more different two years from now. Security changes have transformed the airport's interior, which now has theme park-like lines, flat-...
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