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  • Should the Ravens trade away one of their cornerbacks?

    Should the Ravens trade away one of their cornerbacks?
    In Tuesday's "Your Turn," we discussed the Ravens' depth at cornerback and which two players should start at the position when Week 1 rolls around. It seems your preference is for Jimmy Smith and Cary Williams. So how do the other players fit in, and...
  • Call it the chase before the Chase

    It's shaping up to be a wild ride as NASCAR heads into the last two regular-season races (Atlanta, Sunday night) and Richmond (Sept. 10) before the 12-driver field is set for the Chase. Five guys are in: Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Carl...
  • South Florida sting uncovers unlicensed contractors, highlights need for consumer caution

    South Florida sting uncovers unlicensed contractors, highlights need for consumer caution
    A recent Broward County sting operation targeting unlicensed contractors led to the arrests of 18 individuals claiming they were home-repair specialists — none of whom had proper licensing and half of whom had criminal histories. Detectives with...
  • Inside Emanuel's campaign war chest

    Inside Emanuel's campaign war chest
    While Rahm Emanuel campaigned on reforming the way Chicago is governed, millions of dollars were pouring into his campaign fund from businesses and firms who have long been accustomed to the old way of doing business with City Hall. Much attention has...
  • Discrimination in Ruxton

    Discrimination in Ruxton
    Community meetings don't usually attract the disinterested or curious. The average person has a busy enough schedule, so such events tend to be packed with vocal opponents of whatever is being proposed. At least that's the kindest explanation available...
  • Apodaca: Time to rescue the lifeguards

    Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff's proposal to cut the lifeguard staff is so wrongheaded it almost makes me nostalgic for the silly debate over a statue of Ronald Reagan that consumed the city just a few months ago. Kiff's proposed budget for the...
  • Sun mischaracterizes Ruxton rehab house issue

    The Sun once again pulls out all the stops from its lofty editorial perch to totally mischaracterize issues with Sheppard Pratt locating a half-way house in Ruxton ("Discrimination in Ruxton," April 25). In the process, it also fails to address the very...
  • Richard P. McKee dies at 62; open government advocate

    Richard P. McKee dies at 62; open government advocate
    Richard P. McKee, a chemistry professor who was so offended by a Glendora official's effort to thwart public comment at a meeting that he became one of California's most effective advocates for open government, died Saturday at his home in La Verne. He...
  • BGE electric supply rates continue to decline

    BGE electric supply rates continue to decline
    Customers who purchase electric power from Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. will pay about 11 percent less starting in June. The average customer now pays about $146 a month, according to BGE spokeswoman Linda A. Foy. Now that BGE has locked in the final...
  • Hold coaches, athletic directors accountable

    Hold coaches, athletic directors accountable
    It's a drearily familiar cycle: Successful colleges coaches sail away from one job to another, leaving in their wake a university with a tarnished reputation and an athletic program facing multiple NCAA sanctions. Take John Calipari, former coach at...
  • Ravens' Zbikowski appealing suspension over failed drug test

    Ravens' Zbikowski appealing suspension over failed drug test
    Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski is appealing a 45-day suspension for failing a drug test after Saturday's victory in Thackerville, Okla. Seeking an "expedited" decision, Zbikowski sent a negative result from "a more in-depth test" to the Chickasaw Nation...