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TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS
Riding on quarterbacks
After nearly four decades of coaching, and his team's season opener just three days away, Maryland's Ralph Friedgen can't predict how his team might fare. A lot will surely depend on what he gets out of his quarterbacks.
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Get updates as the Ravens practice for Friday's preseason finale at Atlanta.baltimoresun.com/ravenscentral
The governor's subcabinet for the military base re-alignment and closure meets in Baltimore County.baltimoresun.com/brac
Mitchell, Conaway on stump
Mayoral candidate Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. is set to campaign through Lexington Market with Frank M. Conaway Sr., who withdrew from the mayoral race during Monday night's live televised debate and endorsed Mitchell.baltimoresun.com/maryland
Banned in Dixie
Tanika White checks in on the Public Safety Committee meeting in Atlanta where Councilman C.T. Martin's proposed ban on visible bra straps and underwear was discussed. baltimoresun.com/today
Bob Ehrlich at the fair
In his further effort to redefine the role of ex-governor, the Republican keeps a high profile with an autograph signing at the Maryland State Fair.baltimoresun.com/maryland
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Student safety -- Education reporters discuss how safe students are from predatory teachers.baltimoresun.com/classroom.
MOST VIEWED STORIES YESTERDAY AS OF 8 PM
1. Ravens release Vincent, activate Ogden -- The team parted ways with guard Keydrick Vincent, but the status of offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden is still unclear.
2. Md. is richest state, Census figures show -- Maryland is the richest state in the nation and has the lowest poverty rate, according to estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
3. Total lunar eclipse -- The Earth's shadow was to creep across the moon's surface early Tuesday, slowly eclipsing it and turning it to shades of orange and red.
4. Start of fall -- The humidity thickens, the Ravens' preseason begins, kids prepare for a new school year and the Orioles downshift from mediocre to below bad. Just another routine end of summer in Baltimore.
5. Man fatally shot in Southwest Baltimore -- Baltimore police officers found a man early this morning lying in the rear of a home in the 400 block of S. Payson St. suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the head.