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  • Baltimore balks at paying court judgment for police misconduct

    Baltimore balks at paying court judgment for police misconduct
    A long-running lawsuit involving police misconduct has flared up again, as Baltimore officials balk at paying a court award levied against its officers — an unusual move in such legal disputes.
  • Man who sued Baltimore officer for false arrest settles for $200,000

    Man who sued Baltimore officer for false arrest settles for $200,000
    A Defense Department analyst who accused a Baltimore police officer of false arrest in 2010 has agreed to settle his civil lawsuit for $200,000, city records show. One fact in the case differs from most other lawsuits against Baltimore officers: The...

    Mayor to 'review' the city's Confederate statues

    Mayor to 'review' the city's Confederate statues
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake today announced the creation of a "special commission to review all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues and historical assets." "I believe it is important for us to take a thoughtful, reasoned approach to these...

    Baltimore: Stop honoring white supremacy (UPDATED)

    Baltimore: Stop honoring white supremacy (UPDATED)
    UPDATE: As The Sun's Luke Broadwater just reported on Twitter, Baltimore County has asked the city to change the name of Robert E. Lee Park to Lake Roland Park. The city owns the park but the county operates it, as the letter notes. Baltimore County...

    Korean-American merchants face hurdles in rebuilding after Baltimore riot

    Korean-American merchants face hurdles in rebuilding after Baltimore riot
    The charred remains of Grace Lyo's store in Sandtown attract plenty of attention these days. Neighbors stop to offer hugs and sympathy. Someone driving by asks if it happened during the riots — it did — and says he's sorry. And a passer-by...