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Sun StaffChild-welfare advocates are ramping up efforts to promote reform at the state Department of Human Resources after the release of a legislative audit that documented continuing and serious lapses in the care of nearly 9,000 children living in Maryland's...
Sun StaffFederal transportation officials said yesterday that the most likely scenario behind the 2001 train derailment and fire in Baltimore's Howard Street Tunnel "involved an obstruction between a car wheel and the rail, in combination with changes in track...
Sun StaffA 27-year-old Baltimore man, described as the former boyfriend of Linda Trinh's sorority sister, was arrested yesterday and charged with murdering the Johns Hopkins University senior in January -- a crime that shook the elite college's campus and prompted...
Sun StaffA Johns Hopkins University student whose body was found Sunday afternoon in her Charles Village apartment was the victim of homicide, the state medical examiner's office determined yesterday. The slaying - the second in the Hopkins community in nine...
Tags: Tuck (tv program), Charles Village, Gaming, Volleyball, Death
Sun StaffThe Johns Hopkins University will spend $2 million to increase security by hiring armed guards, increasing patrols and shuttle services, and tightening entrance checks in dorms, university officials said yesterday. The measures are in response to the...
Sun StaffThe killing of three children in the Fallstaff neighborhood of Baltimore yesterday shocked and scared many residents, leading some to reconsider their perception of the area as a quiet, safe enclave apart from urban ills. The Art Deco apartment complex...
Tags: Crimes, Murder, Anthony Johnson, Death, Shavuot
Sun StaffThe bodies of three young children - one decapitated, two partially beheaded - were found in an apartment in a quiet Northwest Baltimore neighborhood yesterday, and detectives were questioning a man about the murders. The mothers of the children...
Sun StaffAuthorities working to solve the mysterious slaying of a Baltimore federal prosecutor are examining his personal relationships with women and possible financial and work-related problems, a law enforcement official said yesterday. At the time of his...
Sun StaffThe state employee who was forced to resign this week for spreading rumors about Martin O'Malley's personal life has sent an e-mail apologizing to the mayor and his family for actions he admitted were "reckless" and "mean-spirited." Addressed to...
Sun StaffStill reeling from recent reports of child abuse at two detention centers, Maryland Department of Juvenile Services Secretary Kenneth C. Montague Jr. faces a new round of criticism from legislators and advocates for a fiscal crisis that threatens to...
All but one were aboard American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon Tuesday morning. Sara Clark Sara Clark, 65, taught school for nearly half her life and was looking forward to retirement next year. She boarded Flight 77 with several...
Sun StaffState biologists in yellow protective coveralls and respirators sprayed what they hope will be a lethal dose of poison yesterday on the predatory northern snakeheads infesting a Crofton pond that inspired a summer of breathless news reports about alien...
Tags: Florida, Death, Entertainment, Biology, Television
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