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Baltimore Sun
Democrat Rushern Baker picks former mayoral candidate Elizabeth Embry as running matealso politically expedient, said Mileah Kromer, a political scientist at Gouche
Baltimore Sun / Posted 58 minutes ago
also politically expedient, said Mileah Kromer, a political scientist at Goucher College. “People who saw her campaign in Baltimore City walked away liking her,” Kromer said. “She adds a great balance to the ticket, and it’s particularly important... Read more
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The Daily Record
Baltimore bill aims to regulate small rental propertiesBaltimore City Hall (The Daily Record/Lauren Rock) A bill that supporters argu
The Daily Record / Posted 12 hours ago
Baltimore City Hall (The Daily Record/Lauren Rock) A bill that supporters argue improves the quality of affordable housing in the city is set for a Baltimore City Council committee hearing on Tuesday. The Judiciary & Legislative Investigations... Read more
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Daily Mail
Elon Musk's tunneling firm gets permission to dig in DCgovernor Larry Hogan revealed on Twitter that the administration supports the c
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
governor Larry Hogan revealed on Twitter that the administration supports the construction of a line that would connect Baltimore City to D.C, and said he thinks the Hyperloop is ‘coming to Maryland.’ Elon Musk has revealed a plan to build an... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Democrat Alec Ross picks Montgomery County brewer as running mateis running with former Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman Susan Turnbull. Bal
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
is running with former Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman Susan Turnbull. Baltimore lawyer Jim Shea is running with Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott. State Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr. is running with Luwanda Jenkins, a former aide to... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Some Residents 'Afraid' After String Of Property Damage In South BaltimoreAmy Yensi on Sunday. WJZ obtained photos of another damaged car, which is one
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
Amy Yensi on Sunday. WJZ obtained photos of another damaged car, which is one of several that was targeted this weekend. Baltimore City Police are investigating who has been destroying property in the neighborhood. RELATED: Police Investigating... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Beautify Baltimore: ban polystyrene foamcoalition of environmental organizations, community associations, students, bus
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
coalition of environmental organizations, community associations, students, businesses, community members and Baltimore City Council members are taking a stand to support a bill that would ban the use of expanded polystyrene food... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Poly boys basketball claims Baltimore City Division I crown with 54-37 win over DunbarIn the first quarter of Saturday’s Baltimore City Division I boys basketball ch
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
In the first quarter of Saturday’s Baltimore City Division I boys basketball championship, Poly used its edge in size against Dunbar to build a lead. When the No. 4 Engineers opened the second quarter with a couple of quick 3-pointers, it was... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Improved foul shooting boosts Poly past Western for Baltimore City Division I girls titlepractice shots pay off. The No. 9 Engineers scored the same number of field go
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
practice shots pay off. The No. 9 Engineers scored the same number of field goals as No. 8 Western in Saturday night’s Baltimore City Division I championship, but they hit 14 more free throws to take a 56-44 victory for their first city title... Read more
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Canberra Times
He watched police kill his mother. A jury just awarded his family $46 millionand her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontat
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
and her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontation in Randallstown, a suburb northwest of Baltimore City. Police serving a warrant for failure to appear in court over a traffic case kicked in the door to Gaines'... Read more
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WA Today
He watched police kill his mother. A jury just awarded his family $46 millionand her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontat
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
and her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontation in Randallstown, a suburb northwest of Baltimore City. Police serving a warrant for failure to appear in court over a traffic case kicked in the door to Gaines'... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
He watched police kill his mother. A jury just awarded his family $46 millionand her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
and her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontation in Randallstown, a suburb northwest of Baltimore City. Police serving a warrant for failure to appear in court over a traffic case kicked in the door to Gaines'... Read more
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The Age
He watched police kill his mother. A jury just awarded his family $46 millionand her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontat
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
and her son, Kodi. Ruby shot and killed Gaines on August 1 during a confrontation in Randallstown, a suburb northwest of Baltimore City. Police serving a warrant for failure to appear in court over a traffic case kicked in the door to Gaines'... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Forfeit costs Milford Mill boys basketball berth in Baltimore County title gamefound answers at both ends during a pivotal fourth-quarter stretch against Digi
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
found answers at both ends during a pivotal fourth-quarter stretch against Digital Harbor, going on an 11-0 run to get the needed separation for a 64-60 win in the Baltimore City Division II championship Saturday at Morgan State. It’s the seco... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Forest Park wins fourth straight Baltimore City Division II girls basketball titleForest Park’s girls basketball team had no trouble defeating Southwestern for i
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Forest Park’s girls basketball team had no trouble defeating Southwestern for its fourth straight Baltimore City Division II championship Saturday afternoon, but coach Jermaine Dunn said this title was the most rewarding. “People had no expectations... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's Davon Fleming of 'The Voice' forming city youth choir“The Voice” contestant and Baltimore singer Davon Fleming is forming a youth ch
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
“The Voice” contestant and Baltimore singer Davon Fleming is forming a youth choir with the Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Department. Fleming, hired last month as a consultant by city officials, announced the call for auditions earlier this... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Jacques Kelly: Technicolor history of Cherry Hill as seen through residents' eyesinto Cherry Hill Homes in December 1945. “African American families came from
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
into Cherry Hill Homes in December 1945. “African American families came from all over to live in the first housing in Baltimore City built on vacant land specifically for African Americans,” she wrote. After the first family came in the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Former Baltimore health commissioner Peter Beilenson to run for Baltimore County school boardFormer Baltimore City and Howard County health commissioner Peter Beilenson has
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Former Baltimore City and Howard County health commissioner Peter Beilenson has announced a campaign for the Baltimore County school board. Beilenson, who lives in Towson, has launched a campaign website — beilensonforschools.com — that says he has... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Korryn Gaines' family won one of the largest awards ever against Baltimore-area police. Will they see the money?Albert Mosley because of a 2003 encounter with an officer inside a city jail ce
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Albert Mosley because of a 2003 encounter with an officer inside a city jail cell that left Mosley a quadriplegic. Former Baltimore City Solicitor George Nilson said the city refused to pay the multimillion-dollar verdict in the case — arguing it... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Corrupt BPD Task Force Member Accused Of Helping Drug Dealers Evade ArrestBALTIMORE (WJZ) — A former member of the corrupt Baltimore City Police Gun Trac
CBS Baltimore / Posted 3 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A former member of the corrupt Baltimore City Police Gun Trace Task Force has been linked to a drug trafficking ring that is responsible for multiple fatal overdoses. Former BPD Detective Momodu Bondeva Kenton Gondo has been... Read more
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The Daily Record
Tim O’Donald, Ira Weinstein, Mark Pollak, Keon Pinkett, Sarah Harrison, Michelle Porciau, Pete Hammen, Brian Dean, Terry Worden, Jim Mobley and Gail Furman | Waterfront Partnership of Baltimoreat Ballard Spahr, as secretary to its board of directors. Also named as board m
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
at Ballard Spahr, as secretary to its board of directors. Also named as board members were Leon Pinkett, a member of the Baltimore City ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged... Read more
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The Daily Record
Tim O’Donald, Ira Weinstein, Mark Pollak, Keon Pinkett, Sarah Harrison, Michelle Porciau, Pete Hammen, Brian Dean, Terry Worden, Jim Mobley and Gail Furman | Waterfront Partnership of Baltimoreat Ballard Spahr, as secretary to its board of directors. Also named as board
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
at Ballard Spahr, as secretary to its board of directors. Also named as board members were Leon Pinkett, a member of the Baltimore City Council; Sarah Harrison, vice president at Morgan Stanley; Michelle Pourciau, director of the Department of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore ax-throwing bar to open in April in HighlandtownAxes, a chain-bar concept involving patrons throwing axes at targets, will open
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Axes, a chain-bar concept involving patrons throwing axes at targets, will open in April in Highlandtown. On Thursday, the Baltimore City Liquor Board approved a liquor license for the bar located at 1 N. Haven St., according to a liquor board... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
3 guns recovered at Baltimore City schools this year; BB gun found yesterday at an elementary schoola real gun, there have been three incidents so far this school year in which a
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
a real gun, there have been three incidents so far this school year in which a loaded weapon has been confiscated from a Baltimore city student on school grounds. A student tried to enter Achievement Academy at Harbor City High School in... Read more
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The Daily Record
RANDOLPH THOMPSON v. STATE OF MARYLANDinnocence -- Need for hearing In 1995, Randolph Thompson, appellant, was convic
The Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
innocence -- Need for hearing In 1995, Randolph Thompson, appellant, was convicted by a jury in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of first-degree murder and use of a handgun in a crime of violence. He was sentenced to life in prison for... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Evidence Used To Convict Rogue Baltimore Cops RevealedBALTIMORE (WJZ)– The evidence prosecutors used to convict rogue officers in one
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The evidence prosecutors used to convict rogue officers in one of the biggest corruption scandals in Baltimore City police history has been revealed. The evidence released by federal prosecutors includes dangerous weapons like a... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Talks Policing Plans, Challengesas he steps into his role as the city’s 40th commissioner. [REPORTER: We almos
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
as he steps into his role as the city’s 40th commissioner. [REPORTER: We almost made it two weeks without a murder here in Baltimore City. That could have been huge for the city.] “I’m not counting,” De Sousa said. “I don’t think there’s a single... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore might not be able to avoid paying for lawsuits linked to corrupt Gun Trace Task Force squadBaltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis declared Wednesday that the city did not i
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Baltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis declared Wednesday that the city did not intend to pay legal damages that might be awarded in civil actions against the eight police officers recently convicted of corruption. But it’s far from clear whether the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Some Baltimore City Council members want to examine Inner Harbor safety after man's deathTwo Baltimore City Council members on Thursday said the city should examine saf
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Two Baltimore City Council members on Thursday said the city should examine safety measures along the waterfront after a man fell into the harbor and died earlier this month. Councilman Zeke Cohen, whose district includes much of the waterfront in... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Telling Stories in Stitcheryflag, her Sesquicentennial 1864 Slave Emancipation Quilt has blocks that repres
Bay Weekly / Posted 4 days ago
flag, her Sesquicentennial 1864 Slave Emancipation Quilt has blocks that represent all of the counties in the state, plus Baltimore City. Each block focuses on events and people associated with emancipation. More than 400 people across the state... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Baltimore Teachers Union Calling For Gun Safety Training Requirementand Annapolis to pass legislation that makes this training a requirement. Train
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
and Annapolis to pass legislation that makes this training a requirement. Training will equip all those in schools with the necessary directions and tools they will need in order to survive if such an event should happen in Baltimore City S... Read more
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The Daily Record
020918-hispanic-1manager with the city Baltimore and GBRC vice president; and Kelly King, Ph.D.,
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
manager with the city Baltimore and GBRC vice president; and Kelly King, Ph.D., a mobile integrated health analyst with the Baltimore City Fire Department, enjoy their time at the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s fifth annual Business Awards... Read more
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The Daily Record
Catherine PughCity of Baltimore on December 6, 2016. Mayor Pugh has been a public servant for
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
City of Baltimore on December 6, 2016. Mayor Pugh has been a public servant for more than 15 years. She was elected to the Baltimore City Council in 1999 to represent the 4th District. In 2005 she was appointed to the House of Delegates... Read more
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The Daily Record
Md. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebrates fifth annual Business Awards Holiday Galamanager with the city Baltimore and GBRC vice president; and Kelly King, Ph.D.,
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
manager with the city Baltimore and GBRC vice president; and Kelly King, Ph.D., a mobile integrated health analyst with the Baltimore City Fire Department, enjoy their time at the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s fifth annual Business Awards... Read more
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The Daily Record
Catherine PughCity of Baltimore on December 6, 2016. Mayor Pugh has been a public servant fo
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
City of Baltimore on December 6, 2016. Mayor Pugh has been a public servant for more than 15 years. She was elected to the Baltimore City Council in 1999 to represent the 4th District. In 2005 she was appointed to the House of Delegates of the... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Fatal Crash In Reisterstown Involving A Stolen Vehicleeastbound crashed head-on into a tree. Police say they later found that the ve
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
eastbound crashed head-on into a tree. Police say they later found that the vehicle had been reported stolen from Baltimore City. The driver, identified as Ryan Anthony Morgereth, 29, was pronounced dead at the scene. An unidentified... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Gov. Hogan Announces Proposal Ensuring Casino Money Goes To SchoolsThat Was Supposed To Fund Md. Schools? Questions about the casino cash were ra
CBS Baltimore / Posted 5 days ago
That Was Supposed To Fund Md. Schools? Questions about the casino cash were raised during the cold schools debacle in Baltimore City. “The voters thought that they were voting for this totally new pot of money for education and they didn’t... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Wastewater Mixed With Rainwater OverflowsBALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore City Department of Public Works estimates that a
CBS Baltimore / Posted 5 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore City Department of Public Works estimates that approximately 5.7 million gallons of wastewater mixed with rainwater overflowed into the Jones Falls. A department news release says the gallons of wastewater mixed with... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Shea picks Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott as running mateBaltimore lawyer Jim Shea has tapped Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott as
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Baltimore lawyer Jim Shea has tapped Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott as his running mate in the Democratic primary for governor, creating a city-centric ticket designed to appeal to several wings of the party. Shea, 65, said Scott, 33,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore candidate miscarried at 6 months pregnant. Now she’s campaigning in honor of child she lost.to the post, and Thomas received the second-most votes. A month earlier, Thomas
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
to the post, and Thomas received the second-most votes. A month earlier, Thomas finished second in a crowded race for the Baltimore City Council seat now held by Eric Costello. Thomas said she hoped that her decision to openly talk about her... Read more
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The Daily Record
STAFF ATTORNEY – ALU MARYLAND LEGAL AIDqualified applicants to handle all functions related to case work in a high-vol
The Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
qualified applicants to handle all functions related to case work in a high-volume, general administrative law practice in Baltimore City from intake through representation of clients before administrative tribunals, District, Circuit and federal... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Disbanding and restarting the BPD can be done. Here's how.daffodils in the springtime — they just keep coming back. David Troy is a resi
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
daffodils in the springtime — they just keep coming back. David Troy is a resident of Bolton Hill and CEO of 410 Labs, a software company. He is a lead administrator of the Baltimore City Voters group on Facebook. His email is davetroy@gma... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Convicted officers from Baltimore's Gun Trace Task Force on their own with civil lawsuitsBaltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis said Wednesday that city officials do not
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Baltimore City Solicitor Andre Davis said Wednesday that city officials do not plan to cover any costs or damages arising out of lawsuits filed against convicted police officers who were members of the Gun Trace Task Force. “We have sought a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore police commissioner: Rooting out corrupt officers 'one of my highest priorities'all of us proud. I expect to honor many more officers during my time as police
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
all of us proud. I expect to honor many more officers during my time as police commissioner. The overwhelming majority of Baltimore City police officers are hard-working public servants who risk their lives every single day. They want the same... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
On Valentine's Day, one Towson couple's 66 year love storyclerking and attorney work under his belt, David Ross was appointed by former M
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
clerking and attorney work under his belt, David Ross was appointed by former Maryland governor Spiro Agnew to serve on the Baltimore City Supreme Bench, which today is the Baltimore City Circuit Court. He served full time until his retirement in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Northern Harford church to host program on suicide preventionemotional problems or contemplating suicide, Surkin, a bailiff in Harford Count
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
emotional problems or contemplating suicide, Surkin, a bailiff in Harford County District Court who is also a former Baltimore City police officer, said. People who attend the program will receive a QPR booklet with warning signs of suicide... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Notes From Jurors In Baltimore Police Corruption Trial Releasedabuses. Detectives Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor now face up to 60 years in f
CBS Baltimore / Posted 6 days ago
abuses. Detectives Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor now face up to 60 years in federal prison when they’re sentenced. To Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott, the verdict came as no surprise. “When you look at the evidence and you see the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man suspected of dealing heroin from HdG apartments is arrestedcourt charging documents. The first person under investigation, who was not id
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
court charging documents. The first person under investigation, who was not identified by name in court records, was from Baltimore City, living in an apartment with his girlfriend and allegedly trafficking heroin from Baltimore to Havre de Grace... Read more
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The Daily Record
EMMETT PULLIAM v. STATE OF MARYLANDin the shooting death of Quincey Carlos Waymon.1 He was subsequently tried by a
The Daily Record / Posted 6 days ago
in the shooting death of Quincey Carlos Waymon.1 He was subsequently tried by a jury sitting in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. On March 23, 2017, the jury convicted him of second-degree murder and use of a handgun in the ... Complete... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore council committee approves bill requiring restaurants to limit soda served to kidsA Baltimore City Council committee voted Tuesday morning in favor of a bill tha
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
A Baltimore City Council committee voted Tuesday morning in favor of a bill that would bar restaurants from including sodas and other sugary drinks in kids meals, a move supporters say would improve children’s health. Under the proposed measure,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Man killed when car strikes dump truck on I-83, Baltimore police sayA man died after the car he was driving struck the back of Baltimore City publi
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
A man died after the car he was driving struck the back of Baltimore City public works dump truck on Interstate 83 early Tuesday morning, police said. Thomas Linzey, 49, struck the dump truck at about 2:25 a.m. in a northbound lane of Interstate 83... Read more
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