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  • Fire academy head transferred in wake of cheating scandal

    The head of Baltimore's fire academy has been reassigned, Fire Chief James S. Clack said Tuesday, a week after officials began an investigation into cheating at the academy. Chief Lloyd Carter will now head the department's recruiting efforts, Clack...
  • How The Sun got the story on Factor VII

    Last Sunday, The Sun began a three-part series about a drug used by American military doctors in Iraq that could be killing some of the very soldiers it was intended to save. The drug, Factor VII, helps doctors stop blood flow from devastating wounds, but...
  • Lessons learned, shared by City's first black graduate

    ON THAT CLEAR, sunny morn in the fall of 1954, when Walter Arthur Gill entered City College as a high school senior, the 17-year-old wasn't thinking about court cases or making history or the now-seminal Brown vs. Board of Education decision to...
  • Weighing the merits of Ehrlich complaints

    The following column by Sun Public Editor Paul Moore is being published in an effort to provide readers with a timely report on a list of complaints about Sun coverage compiled by the press office of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s administration. The list...
  • Letters to the Editor

    The government does not belong to the governor Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s comments on WBAL radio certainly had a chilling effect on me ("Ehrlich says he intended `chilling effect,'" Nov. 27). But what is truly "chilling" is his comment: "That's my...
  • Text of Ehrlich complaints against The Sun

    On Dec. 19, 2004, the publisher of The Sun and top editors met privately with Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and members of his staff. At that meeting, the governor's staff distributed a document with 23 items detailing complaints about news stories,...
  • Governor agrees to meet with Sun's top executives

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. agreed yesterday to meet with top executives of The Sun to talk about his directive ordering state employees not to talk to two Sun journalists. The Ehrlich administration sent out an e-mail three weeks ago forbidding state...
  • Governor is dissatisfied with Sun investigation

    The Ehrlich administration said yesterday that it was unsatisfied with the results of a four-month investigation by The Sun's public editor that found all but a handful of its complaints about the newspaper's coverage of the governor to be unfounded. "We...
  • FAU Players Report Week: QB, WR, DB

     
    OK, we???ll fast forward through some more position battles as we approach the start of preseason camp. For the long version, go here for my story on the three most interesting and important battles that will be going on.......
  • Family Hopes for Safe Return of Missing Man

    Family Hopes for Safe Return of Missing Man
    A family is desperately searching for their family member who vanished without a trace. Richard Solis disappeared over the weekend . He is legally blind and has a number of medical issues. The family walked the streets on Wednesday night passing out...
  • The nuts and bolts of new robots

    The nuts and bolts of new robots
    Paro may be the most famous companion robot around today, but he's likely to have some competition before too long. Here are a few others currently in the works: The "emotion bear." It laughs. It sneezes. It waves. It strikes up a conversation. And if...
  • Unincorporated Los Angeles County: Paul Moore, 18

     
    Paul Moore, an 18-year-old black man, was shot and killed Friday, Dec. 25, in the 9300 block of South Vermont Avenue in unincorporated Los Angeles County, authorities said. Moore was killed during a Christmas night shooting rampage in the unincorporated.....