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DATE INDEX | WHAT HAPPENED ON JULY 26, 1997
Johnson says he must win to return Reaching World Series only way to assure O's job security, he says
By Peter Schmuck | Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Joe Strauss contributed to this article
Yan seems to have turned corner, adding control to big-league fastball Split-finger major weapon as 6-0 mark lifts Wings
By Kent Baker | Kent Baker,SUN STAFF
Hits and misses
By Peter Schmuck
Ravens roll call
Crosland doesn't meet her match 19-year-old wins women's state amateur with ease
By John W. Stewart | John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF
Winston-Salem dumps Keys, 8-3
By FROM STAFF REPORTS
Wings' extension doesn't alter Kirk plan Minor-league boss still sees Triple-A team in Md. future
By Brant James | Brant James,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
BaseballBraves: Optioned P Chris Brock to Triple-A...
Yow gets repaid for turning Maryland in right direction
By John Eisenberg
Rookies, center get attention Scrimmage vs. Eagles gives Ravens first test
By Mike Preston | Mike Preston,SUN STAFF
Twins deal O's 5-2 loss for the ages Molitor's 2 homers drive young Radke to 10th victory in a row
By Peter Schmuck | Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF
D.C. United pulls out victory over Crew, 2-1 Etcheverry ties it late, then comes shootout win
By Lowell E. Sunderland | Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF DTC
Folau, Bierman draw front-line duties Ankle, knee injuries keep regulars Brown, Goeas from taking part in drills
By Gary Lambrecht | Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF
Botsford seeks win, place to earn trip to Australia
By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,SUN STAFF
Hall induction completes milestones for Shula Winningest coach joins legends today
By Vito Stellino | Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF
Golf legend Hogan, 84, dies Texan won 4 Opens, was only golfer to win 3 majors in one year
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
$1.5 million loan OK'd by state for union move
SmithKline, Md. company revise deal Human Genome, partner ease licensing provisions
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF
BGE-Pepco merger faces a key ruling Judge will decide who is to review $3 billion marriage
By Kevin L. McQuaid | Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF
Atlantic Coast to begin BWI-New York flights Oct. 1 Daily nonstop service will go to JFK airport
By Suzanne Wooton | Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF
Coastal monthly to fold in Sept. Financially troubled Mid-Atlantic Country can't find a buyer
By Liz Bowie | Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF
Pace eases as stocks' valuations stir unease Pharmaceutical issues decline, oil companies gain
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
Library should branch out
By Harold Jackson
2 parties agree on 'Kidcare' program GOP-led Congress warms to health care for uninsured children
By Karen Hosler | Karen Hosler,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Two former GOP chiefs have contradictory memories of loan Richards' testimony disputes Barbour's on foreign money
By Susan Baer | Susan Baer,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Because of inaccurate information from Baltimore County...
Incinerator firm loses battle over construction
By Marilyn McCraven | Marilyn McCraven,SUN STAFF
Volcker opens rift over Swiss accounts Chairman opposes class action suit
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
28-year police veteran charged in shooting incident suspended Gun fired in his home after quarrel, officials say
By Chris Ewell | Chris Ewell,SUN STAFF
Edward U. Buddemeyer, 63, physicist, sailor
By Jamie Smith | Jamie Smith,SUN STAFF
Woman convicted in Cosby case Jackson found guilty of trying to extort $40 million from actor
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Small towns, big ideas
By Andrew Ratner
P. Henry 'Reds' Fetzer, 88, C&P Telephone executive
Speedway reaches critical intersection NASCAR: Baltimore County needs answers before proceeding on intriguing proposal.
In art, 'the psyche exposed' Labyrinth: Twenty years ago, Les Harris began creating stream-of- consciousness works. With little public notice, the effort continues.
By Jamie Stiehm | Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF
Police, robot disarm suspicious package Parcel mailed to judge held cooked blue crab
By Tom Pelton | Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF
Ashes of abused girl, 9, awarded to her sister Judge says other relatives must turn over remains for memorial service, burial
By Joan Jacobson | Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF
Tomato aspic back on menu Hopes high, Woman's Industrial Exchange to reopen Aug. 4
By Jacques Kelly | Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF
King's niece, NAACP differ on vouchers
By GREGORY KANE
2 firms, Hopkins win $7 million Del. judge triples award over patents infringed by CellPro
By Greg Schneider | Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF
Greenspan exuberance Strong economy: Upbeat words from Fed chairman mark sharp turnaround.
Mayor at the crossroads Future: Halfway through his third term representing Baltimore, Kurt L. Schmoke weighs his political, and personal, options.
By JoAnna Daemmrich | JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
After the city and the state spent $1.4 million...
Judge criticizes lawyer Murphy for lateness, delays case against him
By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF
Detention Center inmate stabbed by other prisoners Incident is latest violence at jail, two state prisons
By Ivan Penn | Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF
Unidentified man found dead in West Baltimore
Virgil Nichols, 86, longshoremanVirgil Nichols, a longtime...
The public demands answers about Rita Fisher's deathThe...
Dora Maar,89, the dark-haired mistress and muse of Pablo...
Jumpers get high on adrenalin Sport: A small, hard-core group of people called BASE jumpers live for the thrill of leaping off buildings, antennas, spans and earthly elevations such as cliffs.
By David Ferrell | David Ferrell,LOS ANGELES TIMES
Ellicott City site sought for sex offenders Operator would lease Taylor Manor unit to treat juveniles
By DANA HEDGPETH | DANA HEDGPETH,SUN STAFF
Man gets 24-year sentence in arson Two left dead in insurance scheme to burn rowhouses
By Scott Higham | Scott Higham,SUN STAFF
Solar-system series needs second Sagan Preview: Six-night television show on the Learning Channel tells all about the space where we live, but it lacks the starry-eyed passion the late astronomer brought to the subject.
By Chris Kaltenbach | Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF
By LAURA LIPPMAN | LAURA LIPPMAN,SUN STAFF
Season ends: Reflections on the pool dTC
By Rob Kasper
For those who burn to fight fires, or simply to drive the cool trucks Exhibit: Firehouse Expo is a three-day supermarket for the fire-conscious, full of gear, gadgets and great big, glamorous machines.
By Richard O'Mara | Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF
James Arness as a carrot-shaped alien? Hey, the idea works...
By Chris Kaltenbach
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