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» Batts stop-and-frisk document missing, police department says
Documentation of a "stop and frisk" by former police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, which the Baltimore Police Department withheld from public disclosure, is now missing, the agency says. In September 2013, Batts pledged that his officers would responsibly use stop-and-frisk tactics, and as an...

» Black men call for change at Million Man March anniversary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Black men from around the nation returned to the National Mall to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and call for changes in policing and in black communities. Waving flags, carrying signs and listening to speeches and songs, the crowd wove their way through...

» Baltimore clarifies clause in police settlements
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration has adjusted a clause to better explain the restrictions on people who accept money to settle lawsuits over allegations of police misconduct. While the longer "nondisparagement clause" doesn't add more restrictions, it specifies that those who sign...

» Dozens of Baltimore public housing families exceed income limits
Sixty-four families who live in public housing in Baltimore earn more money than is permitted by the program's income eligibility requirements, new data from a federal inspector general's audit shows. The families, who represent less than 1 percent of public housing units maintained by the Housing...

» Prominent activist DeRay Mckesson meets with Hillary Clinton about police reform
Prominent activist DeRay Mckesson and others met with leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Friday to push for police reform.  Mckesson, a Baltimore native and former public school administrator here, is part of a team called Campaign Zero, which seeks to end police killings...

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» Ravens promote WR/KR Jeremy Ross to active roster
Team waives defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi

» 5 stats that stand out ahead of the Ravens' game against the Browns
Click the captions above to read about five stats that stand out ahead of the Browns vs. Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.  Using our football app? Tap here for the content.

» Le'Veon Bell brings Ravens streak of not allowing 100-yard rushers to bittersweet end
Steelers’ running back Le’Veon Bell, who was held to 93 yards rushing in October 2013 to begin the Ravens' streak of not allowing a 100-yard rusher, ended the league-leading streak at 29 games Thursday with 129 yards. The streak came to an end as the Ravens broke their early-season hoodoo with...

» Strong CBS telecast of Ravens win marred by Simms call in overtime
I have seen analysts reverse themselves plenty of times. But never in quite as confusing a fashion as Phil Simms seemed to do in overtime Thursday night in the Ravens' 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. There was 9:55 left in overtime and the Pittsburgh Steelers were in position to try a 50-yard...

» Justin Forsett finds form, Ravens get running game on track
The Ravens’ first touchdown drive of the game — a 75-yard, seven-minute trek that gave them their first lead of the game — represented much more than just seven points for an offense that has struggled to launch a running game through the opening weeks of the season.  It was then that Ravens running...

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» Carroll continuing the development of the Freedom Plan
Traffic, jobs, housing are issues to be resolved

» Renovated and expanded National Guard facility opens in Westminster
33,000-square-foot facility will house the 29th Military Police Company

» Living with the ramifications of the deadly Spanish flu of 1918
It was Oct. 11, 1918, and the headline of the Democratic Advocate addressed the local impact of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918. The headline read, "The Grip Epidemic: Disease Spreading, But No Occasion for Panic," according to research for the Historical Society of Carroll County by historian...

» Carroll communities to hold national night for crime prevention
Events to be held for National Night Out

» School bus stop violations have declined, but safety still a concern
Drivers can expect to see more school buses on the roads once the new academic year is underway, and that is why school officials in Carroll County are urging drivers to remember to stop for when students are being picked up and dropped off. "Once the student gets on the bus, statistically they...

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