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» Two shot, one fatally, in Baltimore Thursday night
Homicide victim shot in the head in Broadway East neighborhood

Two men were shot — one of them fatally — in separate incidents in Baltimore Thursday evening, police said.

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» New Annapolis mayor struggles in first months on job
Firings, resignations by Republican draw fire

Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides thought winning election as a Republican in a Democrat-dominated city would be hard. "The entire state was against me," he said.

» Korean ferry accident: Death toll rises to 25
The death toll from a capsized South Korean passenger ferry rose to 25 on Friday as parents of missing schoolchildren blamed the ship's captain for the tragedy after he and shipping company officials made emotional apologies for the loss of life.

» Howard Co. police chief retiring
McMahon in national spotlight after Mall in Columbia shooting

Months after being thrust into a national spotlight as the face of Howard County's response to a murder-suicide at The Mall in Columbia, Police Chief William J. McMahon said Thursday that he is retiring in June after 28 years with the department.


» Sources: Ravens exercised fifth-year option for cornerback Jimmy Smith
Ravens 2011 first-round draft pick now under contract through 2015 season, due $6.898 million salary in 2015

The Ravens have exercised their fifth-year option on starting cornerback Jimmy Smith, according to league sources.

» Ravens reinstate Rolando McClain after shaky workout in front of team officials
Linebacker had shaky workout with team Tuesday

The Ravens reinstated middle linebacker Rolando McClain from the reserved/retired list just two days after he was unable to finish the team's conditioning test and struggled in individual drills.

» Prospects who have visited with Ravens
As the Ravens prepare for the draft in May, they've conducted visits and workouts with several prospects. Here's Aaron Wilson's quick-hit look at some of the players the Ravens have met with.

» Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley visited the Ravens, source says
All-American linebacker won the Butkus Award as nation's top linebacker

Alabama inside linebacker C.J. Mosley visited the Ravens this week, according to a league source.

» Terrance West to visit 49ers, Bills, Falcons next week
Towson running back is visiting Vikings, Seahawks this week

Towson running back Terrance West continues his busy predraft schedule next week when he'll visit the San Francisco 49ers, Buffalo Bills and the Atlanta Falcons, according to a source.


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» Police: Threat at South Carroll High School promised 'shooting and chaos'
School reopens on Friday

South Carroll High School reopened on Friday after being on lockdown for about 4 1/2 hours Thursday after police said numerous threats were made by phone that there would be "shooting and chaos."

» Jos. Bank to be acquired by Men's Wearhouse for $1.8 billion
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers finally liked the look of Men's Wearhouse's takeover offer as the Hampstead-based retailer accepted a $1.8 billion buyout Tuesday.

» McDaniel fraternity, sorority under investigation for 'CMT versus BET' party
College in Carroll says it appears to be an unsanctioned 'inappropriately themed' event

A fraternity and a sorority chapter at McDaniel College are under investigation after being accused of holding a party with a "CMT versus BET" theme.

» Carroll police arrest two in New Windsor burglary
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office has arrested two Manchester residents in connection with a New Windsor residential burglary, according to a news release from the Sheriff's Office Thursday.

» Jos. A. Bank starts buyback of up to $300 million shares at $65 each
Share buyback is step toward planned purchase of Eddie Bauer

Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. said Wednesday it has started buying back up to $300 million worth of its shares at $65 each, a step toward its planned acquisition of retail chain Eddie Bauer.


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