THE WEEK THAT WAS

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A father's bedside admission

A West Baltimore father told police from his hospital room that demons made him throw his son off the Key Bridge.

Gang crackdown escalates

Federal prosecutors announce racketeering indictments against 23 men and five women alleging drug dealing and murders in a case that could bring life sentences.

Fires alarm Harford residents

A wave of arsons and firebombings for the third consecutive weekend have residents on edge and the police investigating whether the incidents are related.

Annapolis High plan approved

Annapolis High School came up with a sweeping reform plan that won state board approval, preventing threatened state intervention.

New Baltimore fire chief named

James Clack, the Minnesota fire chief picked to head Baltimore's beleaguered department, says he is ready for the challenge.

Gang shooter sentenced

A Bloods member who was 14 when he killed a man on orders to enforce an extortion scheme got a 21-year prison term.

Witness calls guard's death a hit

Court papers cite a witness who alleges that a Jessup prison guard was killed on orders from corrupt corrections officers.

Pair killed in road rage attack

A Harford man and a Dundalk teen were gunned down in the city's Bolton Hill neighborhood in an apparent road rage confrontation.

State sues BGE's parent

Maryland officials filed suit to ensure that consumers continue to receive millions in credits to offset higher energy bills.

Land purchase questioned

Anne Arundel County's auditor is raising questions about the county's purchase of 30 acres recently slated for a shopping center.

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