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Medics blamed Baltimore man’s chest pains on chicken sandwich, court says. His family was denied damages.

A Court of Appeals has denied a family monetary damages in the 2011 death of a Baltimore man, saying that while medics did not follow protocol when treating him for a heart attack, their conduct did not constitute “gross negligence.”

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.

Brian Williams is making ‘The 11th Hour’ the most important hour of the cable news night

MSNBC's Brian Williams and his production team have made “The 11th Hour” into the “Nightline” of this new media age, the one indispensable news program of the day.

Orioles’ top prospect Adley Rutschman settling in at Short-A Aberdeen: ‘You knew it was going to happen’

A month into his professional baseball career, Orioles top prospect Adley Rutschman is settling into life at Short-A Aberdeen and beginning to show why he was the top overall pick in the draft.

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.

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.

Maryland lawmakers have a lot to learn on legalizing marijuana

As Maryland’s lawmakers delve into the nuances of whether to legalize marijuana, they’re learning that they have a lot of details to figure out.

PETA billboard in Baltimore calls Jared Kushner ‘rich pest,' urges humane rat control

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals weighed in on President Donald Trump’s recent critique of Baltimore as “a rat and rodent infested mess” with a new billboard in the city Monday.

‘Ready to throw officers under the bus’: Baltimore police feel angst over leadership, consent decree

Baltimore officers surveyed as part of the consent decree reform process expressed low morale due to excessive overtime, fears of losing their jobs if the must use force, and the belief that city and department leaders don't support them.

Controversial Naval Academy professor returns, but not to class

An administrative law judge overturned Fleming's dismissal last month, and he returned to the academy on Monday on the first day of the new school year — but not as a classroom professor. The academy has assigned him to scholarly research and other tasks while it appeals the judge's ruling.

His days as mayor might be over, but special teams assistant Randy Brown still gets Ravens’ vote of approval

Last September, after 12 years as mayor of a Philadelphia suburb, Randy Brown announced that he would not seek re-election. But he didn't give up his Ravens job and its 125-mile commute.

Democrats vow to move ahead with Kirwan school funding, reject Hogan ‘fear-mongering’ over potential tax hikes

Democrats vowed to move forward with finding funding for an overhaul to make Maryland schools “world class," rejecting Gov. Larry Hogan’s remarks to county officials that raised the specter of massive tax increases to pay for the plan’s goals.

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.

How to spend the perfect day at the Maryland State Fair

Here are some suggestions for a perfect day-long stay at the fair, starting in the morning with a cow or two and ending roughly 12 hours later with music to bring the curtain down on your stay.

Preston: Ravens’ dual threat Patrick Ricard on verge of transforming from project to significant role player

Patrick Ricard has proven his value to the Ravens as a run-blocking fullback and a pass-rushing defensive tackle. What kind of impact can he have in 2019?

Chris Board has never had a lot to say, but he’s one of the best stories on the Ravens defense

Chris Board is a reserved character, always has been. So the second-year linebacker isn't going to say it, but there’s no better story on the Ravens defense headed into the 2019 season.

Democrats Bromwell and Lafferty leaving General Assembly to join Olszewski administration

Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. named three top aides on Monday who will oversee programs related to opioids, climate change and diversity.

MedStar Health to open $17.5 million rehab center at Good Samaritan Hospital

MedStar Health plans to open a new $17.5 million inpatient rehabilitation center at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital in northeast Baltimore on Wednesday.

Giant Food grocery store at former Owings MIlls Mall site will open Friday

Giant Food will open its previously announced new grocery store at the former Owings Mills Mall site on Friday.

How much in taxes could Maryland make off legal weed? It’s hard to say.

If Maryland decides to legalize marijuana, and that’s a big if, officials may have a difficult time figuring out how much money the state would bring in from taxing the drug.

Energy inefficiency disproportionately hurts low-income Baltimoreans

We have conducted hundreds of energy audits for families and the elderly living in low-income homes and apartments across the Baltimore region. What we see should serve as a rallying cry.

Bel Air man pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter after incident during party near Hampstead

Todd Dauses, 50, of Bel Air, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter after assaulting 43-year-old Raymond Banz, of Reisterstown, who who ultimately died from his injuries.

Baltimore City Council passes new, tighter ethics rules after Pugh scandal

The Baltimore City Council has unanimously passed new, tighter ethics regulations in the aftermath of the self-dealing scandal and resignation of former Democratic Mayor Catherine Pugh.

State says private water access on Anne Arundel’s Beverly Beach should have been open to the public over last 30 years

After three decades of allowing a community association private water access on public land at Beverly Beach, Anne Arundel County must either open the 7 acres to the public or find the same amount of land elsewhere to open to the public.

Maryland oysters are having a bad year, and here’s why

People, aside from oyster researchers and farmers, likely won't feel the impact for at least another 18 months.But, eventually, everyone will know just how bad a year it has been for Maryland oysters.