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September 15, 2018

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Florence death toll rises to 7 as storm unleashes rains that could besiege Carolinas for days

Saturday, Sep 15

Florence, now a tropical storm, swirled at a near-standstill over the Carolinas on Saturday.

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Maryland suffers first loss of season in home opener, getting beat by previously winless Temple, 35-14

Maryland's unbeaten season came crashing down in a deflating 35-14 loss at home to previously winless Temple.

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Baltimore Archbishop Lori aims to bring 'hope and healing' to West Virginia Catholics rocked by scandal

Before presenting the homily at a Mass in Wheeling Saturday night, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore said he hopes to lead a "fair, thorough" and "healing" investigation into the actions of ousted West Virginia bishop Michael J. Bransfield.

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Baltimore seafood festival-goers shake a spicy finger at PETA controversy

This year, the Maryland Seafood Festival served up bushels of crabs with a heaping side of attitude about that billboard the animal rights group recently erected in Baltimore.

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Mueller's Delicatessen, a Northeast Baltimore fixture, to close after 71 years

The deli, at 7207 Harford Road with its Bavarian-style exterior, serves sandwiches and subs loaded with Bavarian ham, corned beef and hard salami.

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Ben Jealous blames Gov. Hogan for Maryland's loss of Fortune 500 firm in a twist of political karma

Ben Jealous, the Democratic candidate for governor, says Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is the first governor in decades to let a Fortune 500 company leave Maryland.

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Maryland's comptroller, a Democrat, says he won't vote in the governor's race

Comptroller Peter Franchot has said that he would not endorse his party’s nominee for governor. And when asked recently by The Baltimore Sun’s editorial board who would get his vote, Franchot went further.

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Lewis museum's 'Hateful Things' exhibit of Jim Crow-era artifacts is provocative – and relevant

This 39-piece traveling exhibit running through Oct. 14 at the Reginald Lewis museum includes artifacts spanning 150 years of the Jim Crow era in the U.S. Such items as a 1906 calendar advertising Rastus Cigars show how stereotypes get formed.

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Baltimore activist DeRay Mckesson heckled while promoting new book

A video posted on Twitter Thursday shows Mckesson being heckled for purportedly conflating his role as an activist for Ferguson residents.

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U.S. border patrol agent suspected of killing 4 women, sheriff says

Authorities say a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent in Texas has been arrested on suspicion of having killed four women and abducted a fifth.

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