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Ravens roll out $120 million renovations aimed at getting fans off the couch and into the Stadium

Ravens President Dick Cass on the three-year, $120 million self-funded investment project that enhances the fan experience at M&T Bank Stadium.

Ulysses Johnson had extensive hand surgery after being shot during a robbery

Ulysses Johnson had extensive hand surgery at the Curtis National Hand Center at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, after being shot in the hand during a robbery.

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris opens headquarters in Baltimore

A tour of Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris' national campaign headquarters in downtown Baltimore.

Baltimore Jews against ICE

Baltimore Jews Against ICE and Jews United for Justice protest against Artscape sponsors Johns Hopkins University and PNC Bank for their involvement with ICE.

Health Beat: 5 ways to beat the heat

Baltimore's heat this week has been brutal; here's 5 things to keep in mind with the oppressive temperatures. (Ulysses Muñoz / Baltimore Sun video)

Cooking with The Sun: What happens when you leave food inside a hot car?

In near 100 degree weather, Sun photojournalist Xavier Plater went on a mission to find out what's possible to cook inside of a car. (Ulysses Muñoz / Sun video)

What's it take to be an "Axepert" at Urban Axes?

"Axepert" Theo Nowlin walks you through what it's like to toss axes with speed and precision at Urban Axes in Highlandtown. (Oyin Adedoyin / Sun video)

Highlights from Shogun Fights XXII

Shogun Fights XXII featured 10 exciting mixed martial arts bouts, highlighted by a championship battle. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)

Baltimore County Police investigating a homicide after finding a man dead in a Towson hotel

Police responded to the Comfort Inn in 8800 block of Loch Raven Blvd. at about 2:26 a.m. after a report of a man with a gun.

Congressman Elijah Cummings remembers being discriminated against at a Baltimore pool

House Reform and Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings recounts the time in 1962 when he marched for the right to swim at a Baltimore pool.

Police Assisting Community Kids

Aberdeen Police kicked off its PACK (Police Assisting Community Kids) campaign to collect school supplies, featuring Lt. Wil Reiber as “Mr. Law."

Baltimore Police Commissioner's new crime plan

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison discusses his new crime plan for Baltimore.

John McIntyre: The whisky that tastes like drinking bacon

For a taste of John McPhee's exemplary prose, here is the opening paragraph of “Josie’s Well,” an article about Scotch whisky.

Heavy rain affects Baltimore City streets

Charles St. at Conway St. has water rushing off the sidewalk and down the street during the storm.

Professional soccer player Freddy Adu coaches a youth soccer

Professional soccer player Freddy Adu coaches youth soccer while he continues to seek professional playing opportunities.

The Samaritan Women is helping in the fight against human trafficking

The Samaritan Women has taken in nearly 100 women from across the country in a fight against human trafficking.

Update on 'suspicious package' response in Westminster

Robin Stansbury, Reese fire company public information officer, gives updates regarding a "suspicious package" in Westminster on July 16. (Mike Jordan/courtesy)

Teaching about Indian Affairs including Howard County Pow-Wow

Keith Colton, the administrative director of the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs, talks about Pow-Wows, and other aspects of Native American life.