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December 5, 2017


The Morning Sun


'House of Cards' to resume production on final season in early 2018, without Kevin Spacey

Tuesday, Dec 5

Netflix has reached an agreement to resume production on "House of Cards" Season 6 — the show's final season — in early 2018, according to chief content officer Ted Sarandos.

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Fifth Baltimore police officer to plead guilty in gun task force case

Sgt. Thomas Allers, a fifth officer charged in the Gun Trace Task Force corruption case, is going to plead guilty


Citing 'clutter,' Roland Park asks residents to take down Black Lives Matter, pro-immigration signs

In North Baltimore’s Roland Park neighborhood, some residents have posted signs welcoming immigrants and supporting Black Lives Matter. While some see the signs as expressing the community’s values, the Roland Park Civic League says it received complaints that they’re unsightly.

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City, state officials work with philanthropies to bring anti-violence program to Baltimore

Baltimore and state officials say they are working to bring a Massachusetts-based program to the city to work with at-risk young adults as a crime-prevention tactic.


Hogan expected to announce initiatives to fight violent crime in Baltimore

Hogan expected to announce initiatives aimed at fighting crime in Baltimore

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Baltimore Council President Young to travel to D.C. to lobby Congress for more gun control

Baltimore Council President Young to travel to D.C. to lobby Congress for more gun control

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Kamenetz proposes more than $40 million in county aid for Towson Row

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is proposing to give more than $40 million in financial assistance to the developers behind the massive and long-stalled Towson Row project in downtown Towson.

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Baltimore sees spike in sleep-related infant deaths

Baltimore CIty health officials are reminding parents to practice safe sleeping practices in the wake of 12 babies who have died in their sleep this year.

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Prosecutors say number of criminal cases to be dropped for reliance on indicted Baltimore gun unit rises to 125

Prosecutors have now dropped or plan to drop a total of 125 criminal cases that relied on the testimony of eight Baltimore police officers indicted this year on federal racketeering charges, they said Monday.

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Keith Davis Jr. granted a third trial in killing of Pimlico security guard

Judge grants new trial for Keith Davis Jr., controversial police shooting victim who was convicted of murder

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Orioles announce tickets for Jan. 27 FanFest on sale now

Tickets are now on sale for the Orioles FanFest, which will be held on Jan. 27 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

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