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Baltimore Sun reportersSomething awful happened inside the yellow house on Washington Street, as the creaky wooden porch made clear all weekend. It was wrapped with tarps while police worked inside Saturday, sifting through a crime scene more horrid than anything they could...
The Washington PostThe man who killed his wife and three young children and then himself in a tiny Frederick County town last week was at least $460,000 in debt and owned a Florida house that was in foreclosure, according to property records and police officials. In one of...
Sun reporterFour and a half years after a derailment and fire in the Howard Street Tunnel created havoc downtown, CSX Transportation Inc. has agreed to pay Baltimore $2 million to settle the city's lawsuit against the railroad company. Mayor Martin O'Malley and...
Sun StaffThe 1.7-mile Howard Street Tunnel that billowed smoke yesterday is not a prominent part of the Baltimore landscape, not a source of great civic pride. Yet the tunnel, mostly ignored and unseen - even unknown to many residents - is hugely important, the...
Sun StaffA flammable chemical that mysteriously appeared in Inner Harbor sewers - and may have been the cause of a manhole cover explosion Aug. 11 - came from the CSX Corp. train that derailed and caught fire three weeks earlier, the state said yesterday. An...
Sun StaffAuthorities hope new soil and groundwater tests will show whether the flammable chemical that exploded Saturday under downtown streets leaked into city storm drains from the Howard Street Tunnel, site of last month's train derailment and fire. City...
Sun StaffTwo days after six small underground explosions rocked downtown Baltimore, authorities remained stumped yesterday as to how 1,000 gallons of a highly flammable chemical pooled beneath a major intersection without notice before blowing up. City, state and...
Sun StaffThe Federal Railroad Administration conducted an emergency inspection during the weekend of the Howard Street Tunnel - site of a 2001 derailment and fire in downtown Baltimore - but found no serious safety problems. The inspection was prompted by a...
Sun StaffOn the Day After, the morning of Sept. 12, Mayor Martin O'Malley was frustrated. He wanted guidance on what Baltimore should do to protect itself against terrorism, and he couldn't get answers or even a basic checklist from anyone, including federal...
Tallahassee BureauWhen a silver Amtrak train loaded with 452 passengers and crew twisted off the track and crashed north of Orlando on Thursday, four people died, 133 were injured and fears about rail travel were rekindled. The scene of crumpled rail cars strewn side by...
Interview by members of the Editorial Board and Business staff writersThe Secretary of the Treasury gives his outlook on the nation's economy. Q. What is your assessment of the U.S. economy? What are the strengths and weaknesses? A. The overall economy is in a much, much better posture now than it was a year ago. And we'...
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