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  • Latest on police-custody death: Police bid to regain control

    11:58 p.m. Fredericka Gray, the twin sister of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal injury while in police custody, has deplored the violence. "I think the violence is wrong ... I don't like it all," she said late Monday, adding she thought her brother...
  • Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction

    Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction
    A community center and apartments being built across the street from the Southern Baptist Church in East Baltimore were ablaze Monday night — a huge, raging fire visible from blocks away. Firefighters were called at 8:49 p.m. to the three-alarm...
  • Riots in Baltimore over man's death in police custody

    Rioters plunged part of Baltimore into chaos Monday, torching a pharmacy, setting police cars ablaze and throwing bricks at officers hours after thousands mourned the man who died from a severe spinal injury he suffered in police custody. The governor...
  • AP News in Brief at 9:58 p.m. EDT

    The latest on Baltimore police-custody death: Massive fire at building under construction 9:30 p.m. A massive fire has broken out in a building that was under construction and the Baltimore mayor's spokesman says it's related to the riots. Spokesman...
  • The remarkable life and lessons of the $8 million janitor

    The remarkable life and lessons of the $8 million janitor
    You may have read about the remarkable life and times of Ronald Read. He was the gas station attendant and lifelong resident of Windham County, Vt., who had quietly accumulated a portfolio worth a fortune. As the Brattleboro Reformer reported earlier this...
  • Taxpayers' Costs For Unregulated Drug Prescriptions Explode By 3,000% In Three Years

    Taxpayers' Costs For Unregulated Drug Prescriptions Explode By 3,000% In Three Years
    Unregulated drugs produced by controversial compounding pharmacies are costing Connecticut taxpayers up to $24 million this year in prescription payments on behalf of state employees and retirees, a stunning 3,000 percent increase from their $800,000...
  • Down-to-earth apps for health, fitness, beauty

    Down-to-earth apps for health, fitness, beauty
    Tribune Newspapers It's down-to-earth day, with go-to apps for finding the best deals on prescription generics, researching specific medications and conditions, limiting the amount of toxins in personal-care products, and a quickie workout with a big...
  • Dave Prosten: Welcome to Anne Arundel County, 2115

    Dave Prosten: Welcome to Anne Arundel County, 2115
    The future isn't limited to world-changers like cars that drive themselves, fax machines that send solid objects across the country and tighty whities that monitor your health. Notable events will be recorded right here in Anne Arundel County as well....
  • David Nicklaus: If Walgreens comes calling, Express Scripts should be in strong position

    Three years ago, Express Scripts and Walgreens were at each other's throats during a bitter contract dispute. By most accounts, Express Scripts had the upper hand in the negotiations that ended the spat. Now, if you believe the rumor mill, Walgreens is...
  • Blotter: $600 in face cream stolen in Elmhurst

    Blotter: $600 in face cream stolen in Elmhurst
    The following items were taken from police reports. Elmhurst Four wooden pallets were taken from the 900 block of S. Riverside Drive between April 4 and April 6. The electronic mechanism on power doors on a vehicle were cut and it was keyed in the...
  • How the nation's largest health insurer is fighting high drug prices

    How the nation's largest health insurer is fighting high drug prices
    You don't have to look far these days to find stories about the rising costs of prescription drugs. By one count, drug spending jumped 13 percent last year, the highest annual increase in more than a decade. And health insurers have spent the better...