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March 14, 2019

The Evening Sun


Baltimore Mayor Pugh didn't disclose seat on Maryland medical system board, as required, on city ethics forms

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh failed to disclose her position on the University of Maryland Medical System board of directors, as required, on the most recent two forms she submitted to the city's ethics board.


Maryland is an unforgiving state for sex-trafficking victims, a study finds. Some are trying to change that

Maryland is among the worst in the nation when it comes to criminal records relief for sex trafficking survivors, according to a new study; one of its authors is the director of the University of Baltimore School of Law's Human Trafficking Prevention Project.


Fifth seed Maryland falls flat again in Big Ten men's basketball tournament, losing to No. 13 seed Nebraska, 69-61

No. 21 Maryland lost its opening game in the Big Ten tournament for the third straight year, falling to No. 13 seed Nebraska, 69-61.


Amid immigration debate, Maryland crab industry looks for rebound after getting few foreign workers last year

The "extremely lucky" Maryland crab industry is weathering a storm over Mexican worker shortages. But the industry says problems remain with a program that supplies it with needed guest workers to pick crabs.


Maryland Rep. Cummings: Commerce secretary engaged in 'secret campaign' to add citizenship question to census

Rep. Elijah Cummings says he has “very serious questions” about whether U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was truthful in explaining how the Trump administration developed a census question about citizenship status. Ross says he "testified truthfully to the best of my ability."


Defendant in Capital Gazette shooting asks for more time to consider insanity plea

The man charged in the Capital Gazette shooting filed a request Thursday to extend the deadline to consider an insanity plea by up to 90 days, citing an overwhelming amount of evidence submitted by the prosecution in the last month.


Msgr. A. Thomas Baumgartner, pastor, dies

Monsignor Baumgartner embraced the teachings in music and liturgy of the Second Vatican Council.


Development teams show city review board plans for apartment buildings in Hampden and Highlandtown

Two development teams gave the city a first look at their proposed apartment projects Thursday, a market-rate infill building in Highlandtown and an affordable housing project in the Hampden area.


Charges filed after Maryland man posts video showing pelican attack in Florida Keys

Charges were filed in Florida this week after reports that a Maryland man, William Hunter Hardesty, allegedly attacked a federally protected pelican in the Florida Keys.


Preston: Ravens' patience leading up to start of free agency paid off with Earl Thomas, Mark Ingram

Instead of caving in to some public sentiment after the first days teams could negotiate with free agents, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta waited until the high money was invested into the so-called top unrestricted free agents and then walked away with one of the best safeties in the NFL.

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