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Recent articles by Tim:

Coronavirus outbreak infects 66 at Carroll County nursing home, Maryland governor says

An outbreak of the coronavirus has infected at least 66 people at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Carroll County and left 11 of them hospitalized, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Saturday night. → Read More

Enjoy the outdoors during coronavirus, Maryland, but be smart about it

Bigger crowds than usual are heading outside to jogging trails, courts and parks this week. It’s all the result of coincidence: spring arrives during a coronavirus outbreak that has freed up Marylanders from work and school. → Read More

Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby to stop prosecuting drug possession, prostitution, other crimes amid coronavirus

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby ordered her staff Wednesday to drop all pending criminal charges against anyone arrested for drug possession, attempted distribution, prostitution, trespassing, minor traffic offenses, open container, and urinating in public. → Read More

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, public defenders strike deal on more disclosures of tainted cops

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and defense attorneys have reached an agreement to expand instances when prosecutors must share the internal-affairs records of police officers before trial. → Read More

Man stabbed Friday night in Essex

A man was stabbed Friday night in his upper body in Essex, county police said. → Read More

Alleged Royal Farms Arena gunman had earlier shooting conviction overturned

Police have an arrest warrant for Calvin Matthews Stevens, Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced at a news conference Friday. → Read More

Neighbors hunker down as police search quiet Anne Arundel peninsula for suspect in cop shooting

The driver made off late Wednesday night, and so began a tense manhunt that stretched into Thursday afternoon and gripped the quiet peninsula at the north end of the county. → Read More

'He fell into the money trap’: Baltimore restaurant owner ordered to pay $8.6 million for royal con

Jurors deliberated a few hours before finding the Baltimore restaurant owner defrauded a Kuwaiti royal out of $7.6 million. → Read More

Baltimore didn’t lockup anyone for witness intimidation last year. Marilyn Mosby pushes bill she says will change that

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants to loosen rules to use hearsay evidence at trial. → Read More

‘When I learned to tie a tie, I thought I was a man’: In West Baltimore, a school lesson in neckties, manhood

“You just wonder what could make a difference ... It could be this; it could be something as simple as learning how to tie a tie.” → Read More

How Ravens great Ray Lewis was once entangled with a key figure in Ukraine scandal

Long before Lev Parnas became a part of the Ukraine scandal and the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, the Florida businessman partnered to launch a tech gadget with one of Baltimore’s most revered pro athletes. → Read More

Baltimore Police shoot and kill 24-year-old man during a struggle over a gun near the county line, commissioner says

Baltimore police were involved Wednesday morning in a shooting in the Cedercroft neighborhood of North Baltimore. → Read More

Baltimore police officer gets 5 years in prison for drawing gun on pedestrian who threw tea on his car

A veteran Baltimore police officer was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison for an off-duty act of road rage in which he drew his gun on a man who threw tea on his new car. → Read More

Police shutdown Southeast Baltimore brothel, charge four with human trafficking

Police shutdown what they called a Hispanic brothel in Southeast Baltimore and charged four people with human trafficking. → Read More

Fourth Baltimore teen sentenced to 30 years in prison for murder of Officer Amy Caprio

A Baltimore County patrol officer, Caprio was run over by another teen in a stolen Jeep while Ward and two others burglarized homes in Perry Hall. → Read More

Judge dismisses murder case against 2 of 3 men accused of gunning down Baltimore City College lacrosse captain

A Baltimore Circuit judge has thrown out murder charges against two of three men who allegedly gunned down City College lacrosse captain Ray Glasgow III in a case of mistaken identity. → Read More

Baltimore police release body camera video of fatal encounter with gunman

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison showed body camera footage Friday of the deadly encounter between officers and Tyrone Banks, the man who allegedly opened fire on one officer, gunned his car at another, and led police on a high-speed chase. → Read More

DEA, IRS reviewed cache of emails amid ongoing criminal probe into Baltimore lawyers

Teams of IRS agents, paralegals and Drug Enforcement Administration investigators have pored over tens of thousands of law-firm emails as prosecutors attempt to build a criminal case against two prominent Baltimore defense attorneys, Ken Ravenell and Joshua Treem. → Read More

Baltimore teen to be sentenced Wednesday for murdering Officer Amy Caprio

The West Baltimore teen convicted of murdering Officer Amy Caprio last year is to be sentenced Wednesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court in Towson. → Read More

Trial begins for Baltimore man accused of fatally shooting 7-year-old Taylor Hayes

The murder trial begins this week for the man charged with killing little Taylor Hayes. Keon Gray faces 32 counts including murder, illegally possessing a handgun and reckless endangerment. → Read More