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Sun reporterWhile medical staff at the Baltimore County jail continue to watch over the Cockeysville teenager charged with killing his family this month, Nicholas W. Browning was indicted yesterday on murder and handgun charges. A Baltimore County grand jury...
Tags: Murder, Maryland, Family, Juvenile Delinquency, Prosecution
Just off Interstate 83, the light turns red, and a couple of kids pounce, running a squeegee over nearby windshields and holding an open palm to windows. Stopped at the light, Carmelo Anthony is riding shotgun in a Rolls-Royce Phantom. It's silver, sleek...
There are young men out there - teenage boys from Baltimore to Columbia, from Aberdeen to Annapolis - who will be making decisions this spring. Some will have to decide where to go to college in the fall, or which lacrosse team to play with this summer,...
SunSpot StaffThe best drama of the fall television season might be seeing which of the new lot of shows is the first to be canceled. Actually, there is some promise among the dramas, with familiar names Rob Lowe, Mark Harmon and David E. Kelley popping up in new...
Sun StaffEDGEFIELD, S.C. - This is where the long, hard fall of Reggie Gross ends - in a two-man cell deep inside a maximum security prison on the piney outskirts of Strom Thurmond's rural hometown. He hasn't had a visitor in seven years. He hasn't seen his...
STEVEN "Take Back The City" Mitchell is certainly dedicated to the cause, and he's always trying to get other men - black, white, Asian, Republican or Democrat, city or suburban - to join him in taking on one of the most persistent and daunting challenges...
Special to Baltimoresun.comDid you know Tori Amos received a citation from the Mayor of Baltimore for a song about the 1980 Orioles? Or, that before Tupac Shakur was "West Coast," he was "East Coast" and a student at the Baltimore School of the Arts? Baltimore has been home to a...
Sun StaffIn the end, the jurors found the doctors more believable than the eyewitness. A day after acquitting Jacob Tyler Fortney of manslaughter and related charges in the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, two members of the jury - who spoke on the condition of...
Sun StaffBreaking months of silence, the teen acquitted two weeks ago of manslaughter in the death of a Pasadena youth struck back yesterday at those who contend the fatal brawl was racially driven and against his one-time friend who testified against him. "My...
Sun StaffThe big detention centers at the heart of Maryland's juvenile justice system, troubled for decades by abuse, mismanagement and a legacy of repeat offenders, would gradually give way to smaller, gentler facilities under a package of proposed reform bills....
Sun StaffA Pasadena teen-ager was acquitted yesterday in the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, bringing to an end a racially charged trial and prompting nervous leaders in Anne Arundel County's black community to call for calm. Jacob Tyler Fortney, 19, was found not...
Sun StaffSaying the cases had "no reasonable hope of success," Anne Arundel County's chief prosecutor dropped manslaughter and other charges yesterday against four young white men accused in the death of a black Pasadena teenager in a brawl last summer. State's...
Tags: Murder, Racism, Family, Gun Control, Trials
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