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  • On the night of Ferguson grand jury decision, the MICA community grapples with racist graffiti

    On the night of Ferguson grand jury decision, the MICA community grapples with racist graffiti
    Last night, less than two hours after the verdict of the Darren Wilson case was announced in Ferguson, Missouri, more than 200 MICA students, as well as members of the administration, faculty, and Campus Safety, gathered in an overflowing lecture hall...
  • The Mail

    The Mail
    Record This I read the article “Body Cameras” (Mobtown Beat, Nov. 5), and I am disgusted that the camera keeps a rolling 30 seconds of video. This body-cameras tactic is just another tool that white supremacist dictators are using to “...
  • D.C. FBI agent accused of evidence-tampering played a role in Baltimore Black Guerrilla Family prison-gang probe, lawyer says

    D.C. FBI agent accused of evidence-tampering played a role in Baltimore Black Guerrilla Family prison-gang probe, lawyer says
    Matthew Lowry, the FBI special agent at the Washington, D.C. field office whose suspected evidence-tampering has prompted the dismissal of drug cases against nearly two dozen defendants so far, "is believed to have participated in the investigation" of...
  • Hopkins students are really mad that their parties have been canceled after a reported rape

    Hopkins students are really mad that their parties have been canceled after a reported rape
    Johns Hopkins University has temporarily banned frat parties, and students are freaking out. As you may have heard, on Halloween weekend at a party at Johns Hopkins University's Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity house, two men reportedly raped a 16-...
  • Murder Ink

    Murder Ink
    Despite a spate of six shootings over the weekend, Baltimore finished last week with only two confirmed homicides. A shooting by a toddler of another got three adults—Andre Hill, Cantria Reddick, and Kia Richard—arrested on gun charges after...
  • As City Council and public clamor for police body cameras, mayor hires group to clarify questions raised

    As City Council and public clamor for police body cameras, mayor hires group to clarify questions raised
    The video, posted on YouTube, shows the kind of behavior police officers sometimes encounter. A woman in a Lincoln Town Car says she doesn’t know why she was pulled over, but her car is facing oncoming traffic. The police ask for her license and...
  • Former Baltimore City transit chief indicted for bribery

    Former Baltimore City transit chief indicted for bribery
    The Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office this morning alerted the media to the fact that "a federal grand jury indicted Barry Stephen Robinson, age 65, of Accokeek, Maryland, in connection with an alleged bribery scheme earlier this year while he was Chief...
  • Educate yourself on the monsters running for office this election day

    Educate yourself on the monsters running for office this election day
    All 373,171 registered voters in Baltimore City are free to cast ballots in the Nov. 4 general elections—if they haven’t already, since early voting opened on Oct. 23. It’s an opportunity many voters either couldn’t or didn’t...
  • Anatomy of a car stop: Baltimore police explain their position to city council public safety committee

    Anatomy of a car stop: Baltimore police explain their position to city council public safety committee
    More Baltimore police should handcuff suspects temporarily for the officers’ safety. Police can park a suspect’s car to save them the towing and impoundment fees. Any time a police officer talks to a citizen he or she is supposed to give...
  • Wandering Eye: Frankness in the drug trade, structuring seizures, and Major League Soccer's salaries

    Wandering Eye: Frankness in the drug trade, structuring seizures, and Major League Soccer's salaries
    In a case of refreshing candor, Gerald Henderson, a veteran drug dealer in District Heights, Maryland, admitted everything when law enforcers busted him, according to federal court documents filed last week, and provided a glimpse of a typical ex-...
  • Rapper Young Moose to be freed on bail

    Rapper Young Moose to be freed on bail
    Judge John Howard today granted bail to Kevron Evans, who raps under the name Young Moose, saying it would be "cruel and unusual" to deny bail because of "the circumstances relating to Mr. Evans and the nature of potential penalties." Howard found the...
  • Wandering Eye: The use of militarized police in New Hampshire, foreclosures in Maryland, and more

    Wandering Eye: The use of militarized police in New Hampshire, foreclosures in Maryland, and more
    Keene, New Hampshire's annual Pumpkin Fest, reportedly always a booze-infused, college-aged affair, blew up in riots last weekend, with dozens injured and 84 arrested after the police shut it down with a military-style show of force. The Guardians'...