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  • Plane lands safely at BWI Airport after bird strike

    A plane landed safely at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport around 9 p.m. Friday evening after a bird strike, Baltimore\’s WBAL 11 reports.

  • Suspect eludes police after two-story fall

    A police chase in Baltimore Sunday morning came to an unusual end.

  • Baltimoreans rank high on least-attractive list

    Baltimore may be a nice-looking city when you\’re entering town and looking at the skyline, but one travel website\’s readers say the people in it aren\’t much to look at.

  • Charity waits to get government OK to care for immigrant kids

    Thousands of undocumented children in Maryland want shelter this winter but organizations who want to help say the federal government is making them wait.

  • Ticketbuster: Mistaken identity causes D.C. woman headaches over tickets

    How many Sarah Elizabeth Feldmans are out there? At least one more than the D.C. DMV thought.

  • Baltimore woman arrested in store’s arson

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore woman has been arrested on charges of attempted murder and malicious burning after police say she tried to set a convenience store on fire. Police arrested 33-year-old Aisha Warsaw after they say she tried to burn down The Lucky Corner Grocery Store using a flammable liquid and a lighter. Charging…

  • Abduction suspect to be extradited to Virginia

    JULIET LINDERMAN Associated Press TOWSON, Md. (AP) — A Maryland judge has ordered a suspect in the abduction of a Philadelphia woman to be extradited to Virginia, where he faces outstanding charges. Delvin Barnes appeared by video from a suburban Baltimore jail for a hearing Thursday afternoon. He wore an orange jail jumpsuit and answered…

  • Phelps’ DUI trial delayed by a month

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Michael Phelps’ trial on a DUI charge has been postponed by a month. The 18-time Olympic champion had been scheduled for trial on Nov. 19. It’s been moved to Dec. 19 at the request of his attorney. Phelps was charged Sept. 30 with DUI, excessive speed and crossing double lane lines on…

  • Documents: Teen planned attack at Maryland school

    MONKTON, Md. (AP) — A Maryland teenager told police he planned to use a stolen handgun to kill his parents, then drive to his high school and kill students and teachers as revenge for years of bullying he suffered, according to court documents released Wednesday. Sash Alexander Nemphos, 16, of Monkton, is charged as an…

  • Calif. man gets 30 years in NY woman’s Md. killing

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A California man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in the killing of a friend’s wife in Maryland. Thirty-two-year-old Dellando Campbell of Lemoore was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Baltimore. He had pleaded guilty in July to interstate domestic violence resulting in the death of a spouse. According to…

  • Ex-Ravens cheerleader charged with sex with teen

    RANDALL CHASE Associated Press GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) — A former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader and the estranged wife of a prominent Maryland energy executive was arraigned Wednesday in Delaware on charges of having sex with a 15-year-old boy who attends school with at least one of her children. A grand jury indicted Molly Shattuck, 47, on…

  • Michelle Obama stumps for Brown in Maryland

    BRIAN WITTE Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama is rallying voters in Maryland to support Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor. The first lady spoke at the War Memorial Building in Baltimore Monday. She says Brown is the candidate who recognizes the importance of education to create opportunity. Brown is proposing universal…

  • Police say man spilled gas at Baltimore building

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities have arrested a man suspected of tipping over cans of gasoline at Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Maryland Transportation Authority police took the man into custody Saturday evening after the incident at the Inner Harbor. Baltimore firefighters also responded to the scene. Smoke detectors went off in the building after detecting gas…

  • Md. company pleads guilty to water pollution

    DUNDALK, Md. (AP) — A Baltimore County company that makes sports coating for surfaces like tennis courts has pleaded guilty to water pollution and agreed to pay $20,000 to the Maryland Clean Water Fund. The Maryland attorney general’s office says Latex-Ite International also was ordered Thursday to implement new procedures for how it applies its…

  • Baltimore officer charged with assaulting detainee

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore police officer has been charged with assault and misconduct in office. Prosecutors say Officer Terrell Carter punched a person who was in a holding cell after being taken into custody on Jan. 1. They say Carter punched the inmate after the two got into a verbal altercation. Carter was charged…