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Here’s a big idea: Turn Baltimore’s Highway to Nowhere into a mile-long public park

Baltimore's infamous Highway to Nowhere is not needed; here's a proposal to turn it into the Westside Greenway.

Ravens’ injury concerns grow after hot practice vs. Eagles; rookie WR Marquise Brown ‘has a ways to go’

After entering the first of two joint practices against the Philadelphia Eagles with 12 players sidelined, the Ravens left with a few more possible injuries.

Hunter Harvey earns first win as Orioles end skid with 4-1 win over Royals behind Hanser Alberto’s eighth-inning homer

Orioles end eight-game losing streak as Hanser Alberto's homer sends Hunter Harvey to his first major league victory.

‘I realized I was done’: Bruce Cunningham steps down after 20 years as Ravens public-address announcer

Bruce Cunningham has called out his final player introductions as the Ravens’ public address announcer, the veteran Fox 45 broadcaster announced Tuesday morning.

‘He saw me as the n-word’: Baltimore principal says he was verbally abused by Baltimore County police officer

Baltimore County police are investigating a claim that a white county police officer insulted and demeaned an African-American city school principal in an encounter last month in Owings Mills.

Ravens’ Lamar Jackson feels ‘way, way ahead of where I was’ in OTAs; Marquise Brown misses practice vs. Eagles

With Jackson’s final appearance of the preseason likely coming Thursday, he reached a fairly obvious conclusion about his progress since last season: He’s grown “a lot.”

Howard schools superintendent presenting recommended redistricting plan Thursday

Howard schools Superintendent Michael Martirano is presenting his recommendations for a countywide redistricting process Thursday.

Man, 44, shot to death in Middle River

A 44-year-old man was shot to death in an apartment in Middle River on Monday, Baltimore County police said.

Is the Impossible Burger good? We tried it at these restaurants in Baltimore to find out.

We purchased the imitation meat at a Burger King, Qdoba and Hard Rock Cafe in Baltimore.

Broken locks, poor lighting: Baltimore schools found to have ‘significant security and safety issues’

The report found that across 165 Baltimore schools, “many of the interior doors to the classrooms do not have the ability/capability of being locked from the inside

Shark on the Harbor chef Travis Wright dies at 45

Chef Travis Wright, owner of The Shark on the Harbor restaurant in Ocean City, died on Sunday.

Baltimore housing authority spent nearly $200,000 to replace new toilets amid Poe Homes water outage

Baltimore spent nearly $200,000 to replace weeks-old toilets at the Poe Homes public housing complex, according to documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun.

Congress sides with insurers over patients on ‘surprise billing’

Congress has chosen to side with the deep pockets of insurers over patients.

Man dies from gunshot wounds to head and torso in West Baltimore on Tuesday night

A died from gunshot wounds in the head and torso Tuesday night in the Harlem Park neighborhood of West Baltimore, Baltimore Police said.

Baltimore’s consent decree is hurting police officer morale. It’s also the solution.

The results of police focus groups documenting low Baltimore police officer morale are no surprise, but the consent decree many of them blame is the solution, not the problem.

Ousted Planned Parenthood CEO Leana Wen announces new job as professor at George Washington University

Leana Wen, Baltimore's former health commissioner, will be a visiting professor at George Washington University and a distinguished fellow at the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity.

Donald Trump: the amusical president

Since JFK, presidents of each party have continued the tradition of showcasing a wide variety of musical talent. But not Donald Trump.

Growing number of Moorish Americans try to evade prosecution

Courtroom challenges — which can invoke obscure treaties or the Pope's name — are becoming more frequent, prosecutors say. Defendants often argue that they have Moroccan roots that render them exempt from American law, or rely on similar ideas.

Baltimore police officer indicted on perjury, misconduct charges

Officer Michael O’Sullivan has been criminally charged.

West Baltimore teen found guilty of felony murder in death of officer Amy Caprio, faces life in prison

A jury has found 17-year-old Dawnta Harris guilty of felony murder in the death last May of Baltimore County Police officer Amy Caprio.

Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown

The Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Sun are teaming up for the fifth consecutive season of Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown games. This year’s contest includes more schools, giveaways, Ravens players and game-day entertainment than ever before.

Mars Super Markets will close all stores July 31

Mars Super Markets, a family-owned fixture in Baltimore's grocery landscape since the 1940s, will close its stores this summer, laying off hundreds of employees amid declining sales and intense competition.

Baltimore County officials are looking for man who moved a rabid raccoon in Pikesville

A man in Pikesville moved a rabid raccoon out of the street. County officials are seeking his identity so he can get medical care.

Orioles’ Chris Davis repays 9-year-old Red Sox fan who helped snap record hitless streak

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis welcomed Henry Frasca, a 9-year-old Red Sox fan, to Fenway Park on Saturday to thank him for a letter that helped Davis snap his record hitless streak.

Orioles promote top pick Adley Rutschman to Delmarva after hot stretch in Aberdeen: ‘You can see him settling in’

A month into his professional baseball career, Orioles top prospect Adley Rutschman was promoted to Low-A Delmarva for the Shorebirds’ playoff run.