Sparrows Point Imposion

Sparrows Point Settlement to Include $3 Million in Projects

A company hired to demolish an old steel mill in Baltimore and the mill’s former owner will undertake $3 million in new environmental projects for the site.


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Trial Date Set for Bishop Accused in Drunken-Driving Death

A June 4 trial date has been set for an Episcopal bishop accused of fatally striking a cyclist while driving drunk in Baltimore.


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Construction Changes Causing Major Delays on I-95 in Baltimore

Drivers along I-95 in Baltimore are in for a major shock to the system Monday morning as changes in construction are expected to cause delays.


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Firefighters: 3-Year-Old Girl Dies in Baltimore House Fire

A 3-year-old girl has died in a house fire that broke out in North Baltimore.


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Carnival Cruises Return to Baltimore With Renovated Ship

Carnival Cruise Lines has returned to the Port of Baltimore after completing extensive renovations to the Carnival Pride ship.


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Baltimore Police: Officer Fires at Man Who Rammed Cruiser

Baltimore police say an officer fired at a man who struck a marked patrol car with his vehicle after a traffic stop.


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VIDEO: Cosby Supporters Butt Heads With Protestors in Baltimore

Facing dozens of sexual assault allegations, Bill Cosby took the stage in Baltimore as protestors demonstrated outside — hoping to convince show goers to find other plans for their night out.


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Man Sentenced for Defrauding Clients of Retirement Funds

A stockbroker who prosecutors say defrauded clients of more than $2.3 million has been sentenced to more than 8 years in prison.


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Feds: Baltimore Jail Illegally Keeping Juveniles in Solitary

Teenagers awaiting trial on adult charges in Baltimore are being kept in solitary confinement far too long — up to 143 days in one case, according to a highly critical review by the U.S. Justice Department’s Division of Civil Rights.


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Pretty Penny: Early 1-Cent Coin Sells for More Than $1M

An early trial of America’s first 1-cent coin now costs quite a pretty penny — an auction host says one has sold for more than $1 million.