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Transparency of Baltimore police probe in question, city leaders say

baltimoresun.com — When Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts asked the federal government to review allegations of brutality in the police force, he turned to a familiar face: Ronald L. Davis, the head of the Department of Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Batts and Davis have crossed paths on a number of occasions.
Oct 20, 2014

Community leaders question transparency of Baltimore police probe; feds and city 2 announce details at 10 am bsun.md/1qZsRPT

Catholic LGBT activists urge inclusiveness as Vatican meetings end

baltimoresun.com — About 30 Catholics shivered in the chilly Sunday afternoon air as they prayed the rosary on the sidewalk in front of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Oct 19, 2014

RT @cmcampbell6: “This temple is for all.” Rosaries in hand, Baltimore Catholics urge the church to accept gays bsun.md/1Fo7u4E pic.twitter.com/ntKpgrKVl0

Oct 19, 2014

“This temple is for all.” Rosaries in hand, Baltimore Catholics urge the church to accept gays bsun.md/1Fo7u4E pic.twitter.com/ntKpgrKVl0

Maryland proposes reforms to group home oversight.

baltimoresun.com — Maryland's top health official announced Sunday that his agency is reforming the way the state regulates group homes for disabled foster children. In a report sent Sunday to Maryland lawmakers and The Baltimore Sun, the state health department identified five steps it is taking to improve coordination among the multiple agencies that supervise group homes, increase scrutiny of contractors' finances and appoint an employee to implement and oversee the enhancements.

Ravens tight end Owen Daniels keeps producing since Dennis Pitta's season-ending injury

baltimoresun.com — Sandwiched between Atlanta Falcons linebacker Paul Worrilow and former Ravens cornerback Josh Wilson, Ravens tight end Owen Daniels caught a touchdown pass from Joe Flacco in heavy traffic. The five-yard score staked the Ravens to an early lead in the first quarter Sunday of a 29-7 win over the Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium.
Oct 19, 2014

Ravens tight end Owen Daniels keeps producing since tight end Dennis Pitta's season-ending hip injury: baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/…

Rough Cut: Baltimore Ravens defeat Atlanta Falcons 29-7

darkroom.baltimoresun.com — "Rough Cut" is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun's photographic coverage of the National Football League. This week, photojournalists Lloyd Fox and Kenneth K. Lam photographed the Ravens' 29-7 win over the Atlanta Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium.
Oct 19, 2014

RT @baltimoresun: How did that convincing #Ravens win look from the lenses of our photographers? Check it out for yourself. bsun.md/11STPmD

Will Hill makes successful return from suspension in Ravens regular-season debut

baltimoresun.com — Timing up his blitz adeptly, Ravens veteran safety Will Hill quickly penetrated the Atlanta Falcons' backfield to hit quarterback Matt Ryan. Hill made a successful return Sunday from a six-game suspension for violating the NFL substance-abuse policy. In his regular-season debut for the Ravens, Hill played extensively at free safety and also covered kickoffs.
Oct 19, 2014

Will Hill makes successful return from six-game suspension in regular-season debut with Ravens: baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/…

Obama to visit Prince George's Co. for Brown

baltimoresun.com — President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Prince George's County on Sunday evening in an effort to drive voters to the polls for Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown's campaign for governor - the first such appearance the president has made ahead of the midterm elections. Obama will speak at the Dr. Henry A.
Oct 19, 2014

@jeffquinton @justin_fenton @erinatthesun Reuters story did seem pretty flimsy. What's on Sun's homepage: baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

Group Home employees abused autistic child

baltimoresun.com — When state officials removed several disabled foster children from an Anne Arundel County group home in early July - after a 10-year-old boy died there - they placed most of the children with Second Family, a Prince George's County nonprofit that is Maryland's largest contractor for such care.
Oct 19, 2014

RT @AlecMacGillis: This, by @DougDonovan, is what great accountability journalism looks like. And if not by metro newspapers, then who? baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

Oct 19, 2014

RT @AlecMacGillis: This, by @DougDonovan, is what great accountability journalism looks like. And if not by metro newspapers, then who? baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

Oct 19, 2014

RT @AlecMacGillis: This, by @DougDonovan, is what great accountability journalism looks like. And if not by metro newspapers, then who? baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

Oct 19, 2014

RT @AlecMacGillis: This, by @DougDonovan, is what great accountability journalism looks like. And if not by metro newspapers, then who? baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

Oct 19, 2014

This, by @DougDonovan, is what great accountability journalism looks like. And if not by metro newspapers, then who? baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/…

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