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  • Lawsuits mount over wrongful murder convictions in Baltimore

    Lawsuits mount over wrongful murder convictions in Baltimore
    While the City of Baltimore has been fighting back hard against lawsuits brought by two men who were wrongfully convicted of murder and each spent decades in prison, it now faces a new suit brought in late March by a man who spent 19 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.
  • Murder Ink: 4/1/15

    Murder Ink: 4/1/15
    After a week with only a single killing, the pace picked up immediately. Three people were murdered in Baltimore in the two days after last week’s Murder Ink went to press. Three more were killed later in the week and the five reported nonfatal...

    Hopkins sociologists' study 'The Long Shadow' demonstrates the devastating link between race and poverty, but offers few answers

    Hopkins sociologists' study 'The Long Shadow' demonstrates the devastating link between race and poverty, but offers few answers
    A ground-breaking study by Johns Hopkins sociologists Karl Alexander, Doris Entwisle, and Linda Olson has been on bookshelves for nearly a year, but “ The Long Shadow: Family Background, Disadvantaged Urban Youth and the Transition to Adulthood&...

    Murder Ink: 3/18/15

    Murder Ink: 3/18/15
    There were three murders this week and seven nonfatal shootings. By this date last year Baltimore had seen 41 murders as well. Tuesday, March 10 10:29 p.m. Police were called to a “disturbance” on the 4400 block of Laplata Avenue and found...

    Wandering Eye: A neo-noir crime blotter, data on parking in Baltimore, and more

    Wandering Eye: A neo-noir crime blotter, data on parking in Baltimore, and more
    Routine police coverage, ever a staple of local reporting, was epitomized in Baltimore by The Sun's Dick Irwin, who retired in 2010 after 44 years of slogging out the minutiae of blood and busts, and died in 2013. The Baltimore Guide also has a long...