By now, you've probably heard about the so-called secret audit of Baltimore's speed camera program, which found error rates much higher than city officials had acknowledged. But that's only part of the story.
I know I've been harping on how little has happened so far in Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," and at times that was because I was dozing off or not paying enough attention, but I was focused from start to finish during Sunday night's new episode, "Indifference," and seriously, very little happened. First of all, only one (inconsequential) human and nine or ten zombies were butchered.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration is taking substantive steps to fix problems with the speed camera system, but its opacity and defiance in response to questions about it diminishes public trust in its efforts.
Over months of investigating the proliferation of speed cameras in Maryland, many of The Baltimore Sun's attempts to get data and other information from government officials were met with delays, detours and dead ends.
A Lake Evesham girl is raising money to help her former teacher at Cathedral of Mary Our Queen School. The teacher's arms and legs were amputated due to a serious medical problem and she is unable to drive because her car must be retrofitted, which is expensive
A 62-year-old blind man has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice after Baltimore paramedics refused to allow his service dog to accompany him in an ambulance after he was struck by a car.