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Brian Vickers

Brian Vickers, of Thomasville, North Carolina, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #83 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team. Vickers was the Busch Series Champion in 2003.
Brian Vickers, of Thomasville, North Carolina, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #83 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team. Vickers was the Busch Series Champion in 2003. « Show less
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  • State raids mayor's home

    State raids mayor's home
    Maryland state prosecutors raided the home of Mayor Sheila Dixon yesterday as part of an investigation into past spending practices at City Hall, the most aggressive move so far in the years-long probe. After spending more than seven hours inside,...
  • Numbers game

    Numbers game
    Maryland voters listening to the debate over legalizing slot-machine gambling in the state might be feeling a bit of deja vu - from the 2000 presidential race. Back then, George W. Bush and Al Gore frequently lobbed accusations of "fuzzy math" when...
  • Dixon gifts probed

    Prosecutors are investigating whether Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon received thousands of dollars in gifts - including fur coats - from a prominent developer whose projects benefited from tax breaks and zoning changes she supported as City Council...
  • Waiting for the jury

    Day 3 - and Hour 12 - of jury deliberations in Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft trial are scheduled to begin this morning, and the waiting will resume. "This has to be one of the most difficult periods in the mayor's life," said University of Maryland School...
  • Dixon angered over leaks in case

    Mayor Sheila Dixon lashed out at prosecutors and reporters yesterday in her first comments since acknowledging having a personal relationship with a developer at the same time that she voted on contracts that benefited his company. In a combative news...
  • Probe may turn on taxes

    State prosecutors have subpoenaed records from the Maryland comptroller's office, suggesting that the long-standing investigation into City Hall might involve state taxes. Two people involved in the investigation - Mayor Sheila Dixon's former campaign...
  • Jury gives no signs of a direction

    Jury gives no signs of a direction
    The Baltimore jury deliberating the theft case against Mayor Sheila Dixon has met for about 25 hours -- nearly as long as testimony presented in the trial -- and is to return this morning to begin its fifth day. Jurors, who have sent more than 30 notes...
  • Pushing hard, with no excuses

    Pushing hard, with no excuses
    Top administrators in the Baltimore City school system were used to staff meetings with fluid agendas that left time for all to speak. But now, Andrés Alonso was presiding. And class was in session. When I send you an e-mail, the schools' new chief...
  • Paterakis, Holton are indicted

    Paterakis, Holton are indicted
    John Paterakis Sr., the self-made baking magnate and developer of the Harbor East complex, was indicted Tuesday on two counts of campaign finance violations accusing him of contributing $6,000 to help pay for a city councilwoman's political poll. The...
  • Baltimore casino developers show plans for site

    Baltimore casino developers show plans for site
    Outside, Baltimore's proposed casino would have an industrial look inspired by old warehouses in the surrounding area and a shop-lined pedestrian zone reminiscent of the Eutaw Street promenade at Oriole Park. Inside, it would have "neighborhoods"...
  • Holton, Lipscomb lawyers ask prosecutors for data

    Defense attorneys for Baltimore City Councilwoman Helen L. Holton and developer Ronald H. Lipscomb have filed requests for the state prosecutor to disclose details about the evidence that led to last month's grand jury indictment against them on bribery...
  • Congress seeks to have hospitals justify tax-exempt status

    Proposals in the Maryland General Assembly to define which patients are eligible for financial assistance at hospitals are getting an unexpected push from Congress, which might soon consider legislation aimed at making nonprofit hospitals justify their...