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Baltimore's mayor unveils new violence prevention plan

BALTIMORE (AP) — Aiming to treat gun violence as a public health crisis, Baltimore’s mayor on Friday unveiled a five-year violence reduction plan for the U.S. city where violent crime rates have remai...

Baltimore awards payment to man arrested by rogue police

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore’s spending board Wednesday approved over half a million dollars for a man who served four years behind bars after two members of a rogue police unit arrested him on a firear...

2 Baltimore officers indicted in alleged assault of teenager

BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore police officer and his supervising sergeant have been indicted after the officer allegedly body-slammed a teenage suspect onto pavement and threatened to choke him to deat...

Survivors, family in newspaper attack relieved by verdict

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — More than three years after the attack on the Capital Gazette newspaper that left five dead, survivors and family members of victims embraced in relief and applauded the jury for...

Gunman found criminally responsible for killing 5 at paper

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A jury on Thursday found the gunman who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper criminally responsible for his actions, rejecting defense attorneys’ mental illness arguments. ...

2 Baltimore officers on US task force shot, suspect killed

WOODLAWN, Md. (AP) — Two Baltimore city police detectives were shot and a homicide suspect was killed as a U.S. Marshals’ task force attempted to serve a warrant outside a shopping mall Tuesday mornin...

Baltimore schools' mission: Help students cope with trauma

BALTIMORE (AP) — Officials in Baltimore and other cities are creating unique learning spaces to help students traumatized by violence and poverty. Trauma-sensitive schools offer ment...

Experts warn of climate change's impact on Chesapeake Bay

CONOWINGO, Md. (AP) — When the Conowingo Dam opened to fanfare nearly a century ago, the massive wall of concrete and steel began its job of harnessing water power in northern Maryland. It also quietl...

Former Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga dies at 89

Jamaica's prime minister has announced the death of Edward Seaga, a former Jamaican leader who shaped the island's post-independence politics and cultural life. Seaga was 89. Seaga w...

Maryland man pleads guilty in sprawling investment scam

BALTIMORE (AP) — A bogus investment scheme that entrapped hundreds of individuals and corporate investors and might involve as much as a half-billion dollars has unraveled in guilty pleas for wire fra...

Baltimore politicians, track owners duel over Pimlico future

BALTIMORE (AP) — Aptly nicknamed Old Hilltop, antiquated Pimlico Race Course has finally reached the point where its illustrious past might not be enough to assure a vibrant future. ...

Stronach Group at center of best and worst of horse racing

The Stronach Group isn't well known outside of horse racing. That distinction goes to the likes of modern Triple Crown winners American Pharoah and Justify, trainer Bob Baffert and l...

Secluded Baltimore mayor resigns amid scandal

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's mayor resigned under pressure Thursday amid a flurry of investigations into whether she arranged bulk sales of her self-published children's books to disguise hundreds of ...

Baltimore mayor urged to resign after federal raids

BALTIMORE (AP) — Supporters of Baltimore's embattled mayor have grown largely quiet as a chorus of resignation calls has dramatically swelled following raids of her government offices, her two city ho...

'Healthy Holly', once lucrative, now bane of Baltimore mayor

BALTIMORE (AP) — "Healthy Holly" is a polite African American girl with devoted parents and a little brother. She loves exercise. She craves fresh fruit and vegetables. And she's now the bane of Balti...