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  • Ravens screen relationship violence film as part of One Love partnership

    Ravens screen relationship violence film as part of One Love partnership
    In the same building where the Ravens tried, at times unsuccessfully, to manage the fallout from the Ray Rice domestic violence incident, the team hosted a group Thursday evening that works to prevent such crimes from happening in the first place.
  • Re-hearing rejected in Yeardley Love murder case

    Re-hearing rejected in Yeardley Love murder case
    Virginia's highest court on Thursday rejected a petition for a re-hearing in the Yeardley Love murder case. Attorneys for George Huguely, who in 2010 was convicted of killing Love, 22, his ex-girlfriend and a University of Virginia lacrosse player...

    Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group

    Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group
    The Baltimore Ravens, thrust into a national debate over domestic violence after former running back Ray Rice punched and knocked out his future wife, is giving $400,000 to a local foundation that works to combat the problem. The One Love Foundation,...

    App gauges relationship danger

    App gauges relationship danger
    Intimate partner violence? Yes, there's an app for that. The One Love Foundation, named for University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love, beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend, has created a smart phone and computer application that can help women...

    Ray Rice case in N.J. highlights debate over courtroom cameras

    Ray Rice case in N.J. highlights debate over courtroom cameras
    As he walked into the Atlantic County, N.J., courthouse for his arraignment on assault charges, Ravens running back Ray Rice was followed by television cameras. Inside was no relief from their lenses, either, with cameras rolling and photographers...