• Amid U.S. Racial Divisions, Auschwitz Memorial Issues Warning

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The memorial site of Auschwitz-Birkenau appears to have weighed in on the debate over U.S. President Donald Trump’s response to the outpouring of anti-Semitic and racially charged hatred in Charlottesville, Virginia.
    The state museum wrote Thursday on Twitter: “One of the hardest lessons for us today. Perpetrators were people. They accepted an ideology that rationalized and promoted hatred & evil.”
    Beneath the words is a photo of Auschwitz office
  • AFC North Preview: Will The Steelers Offense Be ‘Potent’ This Season?

    Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talks about the Pittsburgh Steelers potent offense, LeVeon Bell and T.J. Watt.
    It seems every team in the NFL is dealing with a rush of injuries ahead of the season start, but Bouchette says the Steelers offense does have the potential to be “potent” this season if they can get all the puzzle pieces in place. Bouchette said, “It will if they can keep everybody on the field.”
    Are the rumors true? Will Ben Roethlisberger real
  • Former Orioles Pitcher Ben McDonald Reminisces About 1992 Orioles

    Terry Ford was joined by former Orioles pitcher Ben McDonald to talk about the 1992 team. McDonald joined the Orioles’ starting rotation in 1990 and spent seven seasons with the Orioles and was part of the team to witness the retirement of Memorial Stadium and the rise of the brand new ballpark, Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
    McDonald talks about his first time playing at the then “new” stadium:
    “When I saw this new ballpark I was like ‘W
  • Ocean City Boardwalk’s Dumser’s Dairyland Facing Possible Demolition

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — One of the seven Dumser’s Dairyland shops in Ocean City could be demolished by the end of this year, after a judge ruled in a dispute over the land it sits on, according to local media reports.
    The shop in question is the Dumser’s at South Division Street and the boardwalk, near the inlet parking lot. It sits on the eastern side of the boardwalk.
    According to the MD Coast Dispatch, a 50-year agreement between the heirs of the original owner of the building and
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  • Mayweather And McGregor Will Fight In Smaller Gloves

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor got their wish to fight in smaller gloves, but not before being chastised by a Nevada boxing official for using the issue to hype their fight later this month.
    Nevada boxing regulators on Wednesday gave the two fighters an exemption to a rule requiring 10-ounce gloves for fights at 154 pounds, approving 8-ounce gloves for the Aug. 26 bout. Representatives of both fighters appeared before the Nevada State Athletic Commission to reques
  • Ready To Play: Lions DB Alex Carter Discusses The Importance Of Clean Eating

    It’s a long and tough road to get to the NFL for most players, but it might be an even more difficult task to get yourself mentally and physically “Ready To Play” in the NFL week in and week out. As we work our way towards the start of the NFL season, we’re speaking with a different NFL player each week and getting a first-hand account from them on how they get themselves ready for all of the rigors that come with competing at the NFL level. Here’s Detroit Lion
  • Wayward Alligator Found In Swimming Pool At New Jersey Motel

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — An alligator has been found in a swimming pool at a motel at the New Jersey shore.
    The 3-foot-long (0.91-meter-long) alligator was discovered Tuesday morning at the Bayview Inn & Suites in Atlantic City.
    Authorities say it’s not clear where the alligator came from, how it got into the pool or how long it had been there.
    Animal control workers safely lifted the alligator from the pool. It was taken to an undisclosed site.
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  • WEATHER BLOG: A Tricky End To The Week, But Weekend Looks Good

    Hi Everyone!Yesterday afternoon was the PERFECT example of the words, “Pop-up thunderstorms.” There was no mention of rain in the forecast at all. Then all of a sudden this little green dot showed up on radar moving out of Carroll County, about 4:35 PM,toward the NW side of the Beltway. As this light shower encountered the heat of the day coming off the “urban island” it began to blossom into a slug of rain. As it hit the beltway then downsloped into the city gird, it gre
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  • Baltimore to pay ex-deputy $98K to drop free speech lawsuit - WTOP

    Baltimore to pay ex-deputy $98K to drop free speech lawsuit
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    BALTIMORE (AP) — The city of Baltimore will pay $98,000 to a former deputy who sued the sheriff for firing him after he spoke out about a raid during which he was shot. The Baltimore Sun reports the city's Board of Estimates will pay James Lane on ...and more »
  • Baltimore Mayor On Confederate Statues: ‘I Wanted Them Out Of The City’

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Baltimore City’s Confederate monuments are no longer resting where they once stood for years.
    By order of Mayor Catherine Pugh, the statues were deconstructed in the dead of night Tuesday to be taken to a secure location. The removal stems from the violence and chaos that erupted in Charlottesville less than a week ago.
    RELATED: Confederate Statues In Baltimore Taken Down Overnight
    Mayor Pugh said she did not want to see the same level of violence that tragicall
  • Missed opportunities mar Orioles' disappointing West Coast trip - Baltimore Sun (blog)

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    Missed opportunities mar Orioles' disappointing West Coast trip
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    August 16, 2017 - The Orioles return from a West Coast road trip three games under .500 after losing to the Mariners, 7-6. (Denise Sanders, Baltimore Sun video). Eduardo A. EncinaContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. The Orioles' West Coast road trip ...
    Three takeaways after the Mariners hold on to beat BaltimoreThe News Tribune
    Baltimore Orioles: Wild Card issues after the West Coast tr
  • Man Cleared Of Rape After 35 Years Gets $1.7 Million

    DETROIT (AP) — A man wrongly convicted of rape was awarded $1.7 million on Wednesday under a new Michigan law that allowed him to seek state compensation for the 35 years he spent in prison.
    Edward Carter sat in the back of a Detroit courtroom as he and another man became the first to be awarded money under a law that took effect in March. Carter was released from prison in 2010, after fingerprints still on file from the 1974 sexual assault at Wayne State University pointed to another susp
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  • Orioles activate Rule 5 pick Anthony Santander, option outfielder Joey Rickard - Baltimore Sun (blog)

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    Orioles activate Rule 5 pick Anthony Santander, option outfielder Joey Rickard
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    Needing to create roster space for outfielder Anthony Santander, who had to be activated from the disabled list by Thursday after the expiration of his 20-day minor league rehabilitation window, the Orioles optioned outfielder Joey Rickard to Triple-A ...and more »
  • Driver Of Texas Trailer Indicted For 10 Passengers’ Deaths

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The driver of a tractor-trailer packed with people illegally entering the United States in an alleged human smuggling operation was indicted Wednesday on charges related to the deaths of 10 people inside.
    James Matthew Bradley Jr. was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in San Antonio on five counts, including a count of illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death, and a separate count of conspiracy to transport immigrants illegally, r
  • Emotions raw as black 'Lady Liberty' replaces Lee in Baltimore - W*USA 9

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    Emotions raw as black 'Lady Liberty' replaces Lee in Baltimore
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    Activists put up a new sculpture where generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson stood until their removal. Scott Broom, WUSA 8:49 PM. EDT August 16, 2017. (Photo: Broom, Scott). CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST. BALTIMORE ...
    'Overcome with emotion' as Baltimore's Confederate statues come downBaltimore Sunall 7 news articles »
  • Police Attempt To ID Shooting Suspect Caught On Camera

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City police are attempting to identify a suspect after he allegedly shot a 24-year-old man on surveillance camera on August 6.
    Police say the suspect shot the victim in the 100 block of Howard Street around 4:15 p.m. after attempting to rob him.
    Investigators described the man as an African-American man with a bald head and beard.
    Anyone with information about this shooting and/or the suspect is asked to call detectives at (410) 396-2221 or call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-8
  • Alonso’s Bat, Rzepczynski’s Relief, Mariners beat O’s 7-6

    SEATTLE (AP) — Recently acquired Yonder Alonso hit his first homer for Seattle and drove in three runs, and Marc Rzepczynski struck out Chris Davis with the bases loaded to end the Mariners’ 7-6 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.
    Alonso, acquired in a trade with Oakland on Aug. 6, hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning, his 23rd of the season. He added an RBI single during a three-run fifth and also singled in the seventh.
    Leonys Martin opened the sixth with his third hom
  • Maryland State House Trust votes to remove Taney statue - Baltimore Sun

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    A key state panel voted Wednesday to remove a statue of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney from the grounds of the State House in Annapolis. In a vote taken by e-mail, three members of the four-member State House Trust voted in favor of removing the statue ...
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    House Speaker Busch: Time to remove Taney statue from Maryland State House groundsBaltimore Sunall 100 news
  • Officials: Man Dove Off Boat; Didn’t Resurface

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Baltimore County officials say a man dove off a boat and didn’t resurface off of Hart-Miller Island Wednesday afternoon.#BCoFD, #BCoPD, @uscoastguard o/s, waters off #HartMillerIsland, for water rescue. Man dove off boat and did not resurface. DT 608 pm EA
    — BACO Public Safety (@BACOPoliceFire) August 16, 2017
    The Coast Guard and County officials are currently conducting a water rescue.
    This story will be updated when more information is available.
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  • Officials: Man Dove In Water To ‘Un-Anchor’ Boat; Didn’t Resurface

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Baltimore County officials say a man dove off a boat and didn’t resurface off of Hart-Miller Island Wednesday afternoon.#BCoFD, #BCoPD, @uscoastguard o/s, waters off #HartMillerIsland, for water rescue. Man dove off boat and did not resurface. DT 608 pm EA
    — BACO Public Safety (@BACOPoliceFire) August 16, 2017
    Officials say the man anchored his boat at Hart-Miller Island and the anchor got stuck so he jumped into the water to free it and never resurfaced.
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  • Officials: Man Dove In Water To Free Boat Anchor; Didn’t Resurface

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Baltimore County officials say a man dove off a boat and didn’t resurface off of Hart-Miller Island Wednesday afternoon.#BCoFD, #BCoPD, @uscoastguard o/s, waters off #HartMillerIsland, for water rescue. Man dove off boat and did not resurface. DT 608 pm EA
    — BACO Public Safety (@BACOPoliceFire) August 16, 2017
    Officials say the man anchored his boat at Hart-Miller Island and the anchor got stuck so he jumped into the water to free it and never resurfaced.
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  • Baltimore region ranks among the highest in country for bank robberies - ABC2 News

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    Baltimore region ranks among the highest in country for bank robberies
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    BALTIMORE - The Baltimore FBI Violent Crimes Task Force was started more than a dozen years ago to get a handle on the number of bank heists happening across the region. It's a Federal and local partnership between the FBI, ATF, U.S. Marshals Service, ...and more »
  • Dangerous Baltimore Intersection Dubbed ‘Crash Corner’ Gets Makeover

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– An infamous Fells Point intersection is getting a makeover in hopes to make the streets a bit safer.
    One bar owner said the new change at the corner of Bank and Wolfe Streets could save lives and his business.
    “All of a sudden, out of nowhere, just explosion against the wall. debris, glass, pieces of wood,” said Chad Ellis, owner of Spirits Tavern.
    Ellis said cars have barreled through the front of his bar eight times in twelve years.
    The historic bar is right
  • Md. State House Trust Votes To Remove Taney Statue In Annapolis

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A key panel voted to remove a statue of Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney from the grounds of the State House in Annapolis Wednesday.
    The Baltimore Sun says the vote was done by e-mail and that three of the four-member State House Trust voted in favor of removing the statue of Taney, who was the author of the infamous Dred Scott decision that upheld slavery said black Americans could not become citizens.
    Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, House of Delegates Speake
  • Guinness Brewery And Barrel House One Step Closer To Opening

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The new Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House in Baltimore County is one step closer to opening.
    According to Baltimore County, the Board of Liquor License Commissions for Baltimore County has unanimously approved an on premise consumption permit, no longer holding up the process of this highly anticipated project.
    The new taproom will be located in southwest Baltimore County, at what used to be the Whiskey Bottling Plant for Diageo.
    “We are thrilled to
  • Squeegee Corps hosts first real car wash in south Baltimore - WBAL Baltimore

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    After a successful popup car wash at Baltimore's City Hall last week, the Squeegee Corps held its first real car wash in south Baltimore Wednesday. The initiative aims to get young people off the street. About 10 youth with the Squeegee Corps were out ...and more »
  • 13 Things You Didn’t Know About WWE Superstar Jinder Mahal

    By Norm Elrod
    Jinder Mahal’s rise to stardom and championship glory seems sudden, even by pro wrestling standards. But Mahal had been wrestling for years, and was already almost a year into his second WWE stint when he defeated Randy Orton for the WWE Championship.
    Will he retain the title at SummerSlam? Who can ever know what WWE has planned? But here are a few things we do know about Mahal.
    1. Jinder Mahal was born as Yuvraj Singh Dhesi on July 19, 1986 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dhesi
  • ‘Pac Meets Bach’ Giving Students Chance To Create, Learn About Music

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Living Classrooms hand-selected 22 students from the surrounding community for a pilot program with Major Key Foundation to encourage creativity and careers in the music industry.
    The unique camp titled “Pac Meets Bach,” exposes the students, grades 4-9, to professional music production software, state of the art recording equipment, and even professional artists.
    “I enjoyed meeting the people, learning new things, how to use my voice,” said st
  • Police Searching For Missing New Jersey Man Who Visited Maryland

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Howard County police are searching for a missing New Jersey man who was last seen last week in Maryland.
    Investigators say David Gipson Smith, 28, of Pilesgrove, New Jersey, visited a friend on August 5 in Maryland and has not been seen since August 6 where he was dropped off in the area of the 2000 block of Woodbine Road.Smith’s family contacted police Saturday after Smith didn’t return home or report to work.
    Police searched the Woodbine area and spoke to res
  • Ian Anthony Dale – “One Of The Best Decisions I Ever Made Coming On Board This Show”

    CBS’ sci-fi thriller Salvation returns tonight at 9 PM EST with a special double episode. Tonight’s episodes are titled “Seeing Red” and “From Russia, With Love.”
    Ahead of tonight’s shows, CBS Local’s Matt Weiss spoke with Ian Anthony Dale who plays Harris Edwards about taking on this role, working with his castmates and what his character has gone through in this action packed first season.
    MW- Good morning Ian, how are you doing?!
    IAD- I’m
  • Baltimore woman, once Public Enemy No. 1, sentenced to 100 years for shootings - Baltimore Sun

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    Baltimore woman, once Public Enemy No. 1, sentenced to 100 years for shootings
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    A 31-year-old woman from Northeast Baltimore was sentenced Tuesday to 100 years in prison for wounding two women, one of whom was pregnant, during a shootout in September, prosecutors said. Baltimore police had named Marion Daughton “Public ...
  • Report: Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Zuttah are close to a deal - Baltimore Beatdown

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    Report: Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Zuttah are close to a deal
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    A few months ago, the Baltimore Ravens shipped center, Jeremy Zuttah, out of town in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers for a 2017 sixth-round draft pick. Zuttah spent three years, from 2014-2016 as the starting center for the Ravens, and was coming ...and more »
  • New Report On Possible Cause Of Deadly Silver Springs Apartment Explosion

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The preliminary report has been released for an explosion and fire that killed seven and injured dozens last year at a Silver Spring apartment.
    Some questions now have answers, but a big question still remains.
    One year ago, an explosion and fire blasted apart the Flower Branch Apartments in Silver Spring.
    Firefighters managed to rescue some trapped by the flames, and rushed three dozen injured to area hospitals, but seven residents were killed when a large section of the
  • 40 Years After His Death, Fans Still Go Crazy For ‘The King’

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Wednesday marks the 40 year anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death, and many of his fans went to his final resting place to remember one of the most influential musical stars of the 20th century.
    Presley’s daughter, Lisa Marie, was there, helping thousands of Elvis fans on their candlelit pilgrimage through the Graceland estate and to his grave site.
    “You grow up listening to all his albums as a teenager,” said one fan. “And it’s jus
  • Neo-Nazi Site’s Publisher Says He’s Got No Home On Internet

    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A neo-Nazi website’s publisher said Wednesday that he has “effectively been completely banned from the internet” after mocking the victim of a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
    “Clearly, the powers that be believe that they have the ability to simply kick me off the internet,” Andrew Anglin, who has published the site from an undisclosed location, complained to The Associated Press in an e-mail.
    Access to The D
  • Record Breaking 36 Pound Drum Caught In New York Lake

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York man has reeled in a record-breaking fish from Oneida Lake.
    The freshwater drum caught by Jason Bair, of Macedon, on June 16 weighed 36 pounds, beating the previous state record set last year by more than 6 pounds.The Department of Environmental Conservation says freshwater drum, also called sheephead, are growing much bigger than they ever have in New York waters. That’s likely because of their ability to eat invasive zebra and quagga mussels, u
  • Prime Rib, Loch Bar among most 'charming' places in Baltimore, says InStyle magazine - Baltimore Sun (blog)

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    Prime Rib, Loch Bar among most 'charming' places in Baltimore, says InStyle magazine
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    Mount Vernon's The Prime Rib is one of the seven most charming places in Baltimore, according to InStyle magazine. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun). Chris KaltenbachContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. Mount Vernon mainstay The Prime Rib and Harbor ...
  • Charlottesville Victim’s Mother Urges ‘Righteous Action’

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The mother of the young woman mowed down while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville urged mourners at a memorial service Wednesday to “make my daughter’s death worthwhile” by confronting injustice the way she did.
    “They tried to kill my child to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her,” said Susan Bro, receiving a standing ovation from the hundreds who packed a downtown theater to remember 32-year-ol
  • HBO Producer Sentenced To Year In Prison After Dermatologist’s Death

    NEW YORK (AP) — An HBO producer who helped drag an unconscious dermatologist down to the lobby of a New York City apartment building after she overdosed was sentenced to a year in prison Tuesday by a judge who said her life might have been saved if he had immediately called an ambulance rather than trying to protect “your own reputation.”
    Marc Henry Johnson, 53, also was ordered to pay a $20,000 fine and perform 200 hours of community service in a program aimed at preventing su
  • Baltimore 'Quietly' Takes Down Four Confederate Statues After Charlottesville - NBCNews.com

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    Baltimore 'Quietly' Takes Down Four Confederate Statues After Charlottesville
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    Onlookers cheered early Wednesday as crews carted away Confederate monuments in Baltimore, where city leaders vowed to remove the four that reside on public property following this weekend's deadly violence in Virginia. But while Baltimore's decision ...
    Baltimore Mayor On Confederate Statues: 'I Wanted Them Out Of The City'CBS Baltimore / WJZ
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  • Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom - Baltimore Sun

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    Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom
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    The Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House took another step forward as the brewer secured a liquor license for its planned Baltimore County taproom. The Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore County unanimously approved the ...
    Guinness gains liquor license for Baltimore County breweryBaltimore Business Journalall 13 news articles »
  • Police Seek Missing Texas Woman Who May Be In Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Police Department is asking for the public’s help to find a missing Texas woman who may be in Baltimore.
    38-year-old Michelle Chong was reported missing from Wichita Falls, Tx., back on August 8.
    Investigators believe she could be in the Baltimore area.
    Anyone with information on Chong is asked to call 911.
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  • NFLPA Says NFL Has “Lack Of Credibility” In Dealing With Ezekiel Elliott Case

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ding ding ding. It’s the NFL vs the NFLPA.
    The NFL suspended the Dallas Cowboy’s running back Ezekiel Elliott last week after a yearlong investigation into a domestic violence case. The NFL Players Association appealed the six-game suspension and said it will represent Elliott “to ensure that the NFL is held to its obligation of adhering to principles of industrial due process under the collective bargaining agreement.&rdquo
  • University Of Florida Rejects White Nationalist Event

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The University of Florida on Wednesday denied a request by a group headed by white nationalist Richard Spencer to rent space on the campus for a September event and his supporters vowed to file a court challenge.
    UF President W. Kent Fuchs said in a statement that the decision was made after assessing risks to the campus, community and law enforcement following last weekend’s deadly violence during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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  • Frank Nobilo On Wyndham Championship: ‘Kevin Kisner Win Would Be Fairytale Story’

    By Dave Shedloski
    Closing time. One last call for the FedExCup Playoffs.
    The $5.8 million Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, for decades has been a popular stop on the PGA TOUR. But it’s now also a more important stop, because it represents the final event of the FedExCup regular season. At Sunday’s conclusion, the top 125 players in the FedExCup points standings advance to the Playoffs and lock up exempt status for the 2017-18 PGA TOUR sea
  • Baltimore police ask for help identifying suspect in video of downtown shooting - Baltimore Sun

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    Baltimore police ask for help identifying suspect in video of downtown shooting
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    Baltimore police on Wednesday released video from a shooting in downtown Baltimore earlier this month, along with a request for the public's help in identifying the suspect. Baltimore police on Wednesday released video from a shooting in downtown ...
    Man dies in West Baltimore shootingFox Baltimoreall 13 news articles »
  • European aluminum maker Constellium to move US offices to downtown Baltimore - Baltimore Sun

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    European aluminum maker Constellium to move US offices to downtown Baltimore
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    A European aluminum manufacturer plans to relocate its U.S. corporate offices from New York to Baltimore. Constellium US Holdings II LLC, whose parent company is headquartered in Amsterdam, already has started moving workers into its new office at 300 ...
  • Bonnie Tyler To Sing ‘Total Eclipse Of The Heart’ During Actual Eclipse

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Bonnie Tyler will sing her iconic hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” during Monday’s solar eclipse.
    Tyler will perform the 1983 classic on board the Royal Caribbean’s Total Eclipse Cruise with Joe Jonas’ DNCE.
    “We’re set to take vacationers on an unprecedented experience that is nearly a century in the making,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “A total solar eclipse hasn&r
  • Trump Disbands White House Business Councils After Resignations

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — President Donald Trump has disbanded two White House business councils after several members resigned following his remarks on the Charlottesville protest.
    CEOs have been resigning since Saturday, when Trump blamed both sides for the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, between white supremacists and counterprotesters. The resignation accelerated after Trump on Tuesday again blamed “both sides.”
    Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank was one of the C
  • Judge Suspended For Calling Counter-Protesters ‘Snowflakes’

    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia judge has been suspended for commenting online that opponents of Confederate monuments are “snowflakes” and “nut cases.”
    Gwinnett County Magistrate Court Judge Jim Hinkle was suspended Tuesday. The court’s chief judge, Kristina Hammer Blum, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution the suspension was effective immediately “while I consider the appropriate final action.”
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