Cody Boteler, The Baltimore Sun

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Past articles by Cody:

Towson University asks 9 students, one staff member to self-quarantine after potential coronavirus exposure

A Towson University student told his professors that he is self-quarantining after attending a large conference in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Towson University buildings named for historic, slave-owning Marylanders prompt student petition calling for change

A group of Towson University students is demanding that school officials change the names of two campus buildings because both buildings are named for Marylanders who owned slaves. → Read More

Baltimore County redistricting plan would diminish one school’s crowding, while putting another slightly above capacity

A Baltimore County school redistricting plan has proven contentious, and would leave two Towson-area elementary schools over capacity. → Read More

‘My son is gone’: Family of Baltimore County man who died after police used Taser remember his life, search for answers

The family of an Owings Mills man who died after an encounter with Baltimore County police officers last month mourned their loss and celebrated Gamel Brown’s life at a service Wednesday in Baltimore. → Read More

Baltimore County man found guilty of attempted voluntary manslaughter, hate crimes

A Baltimore County jury on Wednesday found Brandon Troy Higgs, 25, of Reisterstown, guilty of first-degree assault, attempted voluntary manslaughter, hate crimes and related firearms charges. → Read More

Owings Mills man dies in custody after police use Taser

A 30-year-old Owings Mills man died while in police custody after officers deployed a Taser. → Read More

Building schools, banning coal and protecting vulnerable adults: Towson legislators outline their 2020 priorities

State legislators from the Towson area get ready for the 2020 General Assembly session, which begins Jan. 8, by addressing their priorities, including Kirwan Commission funding and clean energy proposals. → Read More

Baltimore County schools staff proposes starting the 2020 school year before Labor Day

Under the proposal, the first day of school would be Aug. 31. Labor Day is on Sept. 7 in 2020. → Read More

Two teens accused of Frederick Fair assault that killed a man will be detained; victim was from Mount Airy

The man who died after an assault at the Great Frederick Fair has been identified as John Marvin Weed, 59, of Mount Airy. Two teens are charged in the incident. → Read More

Victim of fatal Baltimore County shooting identified as 30-year-old Dundalk woman

The woman was identified as Melissa Lynn West, 30, of the 500 block of Fairview Avenue. → Read More

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, closed because of water outage

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus, located between Arbutus and Catonsville, is closed for the day because of a water outage, campus officials said Tuesday morning. → Read More

Police suspect ‘foul play’ involved with Baltimore County woman’s disappearance

Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt on Wednesday said the department is concerned there is “foul play” involved in the case of a woman missing since Saturday evening. → Read More

Officers investigating shots fired at Towson Days Inn

No injuries have been reported. → Read More

Fire reported at Loafers Sports Bar and Grill in Catonsville

Baltimore County officials said heavy black smoke was seen coming from Loafers Sports Bar and Grill in Catonsville with fire showing. → Read More

3-year-old dies after being struck crossing Liberty Road in Randallstown, Baltimore County police say

Three-year-old Esther Ogunfuye, of Milford Mill, was struck by an SUV Sunday and pronounced dead Monday. → Read More

Baltimore County officials are looking for man who moved a rabid raccoon in Pikesville

A man in Pikesville moved a rabid raccoon out of the street. County officials are seeking his identity so he can get medical care. → Read More

Towson University expects 6,000 students to live on campus; move in for many is Thursday

Towson University is readying for students to move in this week. → Read More

Thistle Road in Catonsville, damaged by flooding, to reopen

The work cost just under $2 million and will be mostly paid back by FEMA. → Read More

Musicians rehearsing at Lansdowne church robbed at gunpoint

Five musicians rehearsing at Lansdowne Alliance Church Monday night were robbed at gunpoint, Baltimore County Police spokesman Cpl. Shawn Vinson said Thursday morning. → Read More

Catonsville’s Rooster & Hen relocating to Baltimore’s Cross Street Market

Rooster & Hen will move from its Catonsville location and be the last anchor tenant for Cross Street Market in Baltimore's Federal Hill. → Read More