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» Armed officers, drills and the front-door buzzer: How do schools in Maryland counties handle security?
In the wake of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting, the national conversation has moved to the safety of America’s schoolchildren — and the policies districts have established in pursuit of that end. A review of local jurisdictions in Baltimore and its surrounding counties shows some variations...
» Maryland educators debate who should carry guns in schools, push back against Trump proposal
Maryland educators are pushing back against President Donald Trump’s call for more armed adults in schools while saying they’re open to new ideas about how to make school facilities more secure following last week’s shooting in Florida that left 17 people dead. Maryland’s state superintendent will...
» House panel releases Democratic memo that counters Republican critique of surveillance during the 2016 campaign
The House Intelligence Committee on Saturday released a Democratic memo countering a harsh Republican critique of the FBI and Justice Department, escalating the partisan battle over government surveillance of a former Trump campaign advisor that began three weeks before the 2016 election. The top...
» Maryland's Turgeon on Stone allegations: 'There’s no involvement with us or our staff. None.'
A day after releasing a statement saying he had no involvement in improper payments to former Maryland player Diamond Stone, Terps coach Mark Turgeon doubled down on his denial about any relationship with agent Andy Miller. “I’ve always prided myself on doing things the right way and I have my...
» Maryland gets embarrassed and booed on senior day, losing to No. 17 Michigan, 85-61
It’s hard to imagine that things could get any worse this season for Maryland coach Mark Turgeon than they were Friday. That’s when news first surfaced of former Terp Diamond Stone’s involvement in an ongoing FBI investigation into illegal payments to college and high school players in a report...

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» Ravens receive sixth-round compensatory pick, not third rounder they hoped for after losing Wagner
The Ravens drafted offensive tackle Rick Wagner in 2013 with a fifth-round compensatory selection. He was a three-year starter for them before he departed last March to sign a lucrative free-agent deal with the Detroit Lions. Less than a year later, the Ravens were compensated for his departure,...
» Ravens news, notes and opinions on Brandon Carr's status, QB shuffling and wideout options
The Ravens certainly need to clear some salary cap space, but that doesn't mean they need to create big roster holes to do it.
» Ravens pending free agent Gillmore making transition from tight end to offensive line
The 2014 draft pick has put on significant bulk and has been training with former NFL offensive lineman LeCharles Bentley.
» Jarvis Landry's situation is reminder of how difficult it will be for Ravens to upgrade at WR
Landry was expected to be one of the top free-agent receivers available. But he's won't be hitting the free-agent market, and it's possible Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins won't be either.
» Preston: Another 'Zeus,' Orlando Brown Jr., could be headed to Baltimore in NFL draft
An offensive tackle like his late father, the Oklahoma star is expected to be selected in the first round.

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» Record-setting MSP class of trooper candidates graduates
The 147th trooper candidate class joined Maryland’s finest Friday morning as they were pinned with the badges of Maryland State Police troopers in a ceremony at Century High School. The auditorium was filled with friends and family of the graduates as well as staff members who saw the candidates...
» Former CCPS teacher federally indicted on charges related to soliciting a minor
A former Carroll County Public Schools teacher has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges related to using a facility of interstate commerce to attempt to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity. Kenneth Brian Fischer, 39, of Westminster, was indicted Thursday, according to a news...
» Additional individual charged in alleged armed burglary
A teenager from Westminster was arrested Thursday after he allegedly participated in the burglary of a Westminster residence while armed, police said. Payton Reid Willis, 17, of the unit block of South Church Street, was charged with one count each of home invasion, first-degree burglary, use of...
» Taneytown woman arrested after allegedly threatening man with two knives
A Taneytown woman was arrested after she allegedly threatened someone with two knives, police said. Bertha Arvilla Wills, 47, of the unit block of East Baltimore Street, was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon with intent to injure and second-degree assault. An officer with the Taneytown Police...
» Man charged with firearm use during assault
A man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly threatened a woman with a firearm and struck her in the head, police said. Jake Anton Barrineau, 38, was charged with one count each of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, firearm use in the commission of a violent crime and reckless endangerment....

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