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Stephanie Rawlings-Blake
The latest on Freddie Gray and Baltimore protests
The latest on Freddie Gray and Baltimore protests

A week after riots broke out in Baltimore following the funeral for Freddie Gray, the city looks to return to normal. A citywide curfew was lifted and National Guard has begun to withdraw troops. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Sunday lifted the citywide curfew two days earlier then it was set to expire. Many bars and restaurants had complained it hurt businesses, while some residents said it was unevenly enforced. Gov. Larry Hogan said the Maryland National Guard will gradually draw down its presence in the city over the coming days. Soldiers that had been posted at the Inner Harbor left Monday morning. Protests have been largely celebratory since State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby...