Good afternoon, Baltimore: Wednesday lunchtime lowdown

May 02, 2012|The Baltimore Sun


Some evidence from Yeardley Love murder trial to be shown to public: Photographs and a videotape of George Huguely's interrogation by police will be available to view in Charlottesville, Va.

Four men injured in Baltimore shootings: Shootings were reported Tuesday in the Orangeville, Hanlon-Longwood, Brooklyn and Shipley Hill neighborhoods.

Md. Senate Democrats hold caucus: More than half of the chamber's members met Wednesday morning to discuss the prospects for special sessions of the General Assembly.

Youngsters charged in playground assault have hearing shrouded in secrecy: Spectators were not permitted in the hearings Tuesday of children accused of assault on a playground in Morrell Park.

Ravens finalize deal with Kemoeatu, have decisions left to make at running back: Team officials finalized a deal with veteran nose tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu, but they are still lacking in depth behind Ray Rice.


  • Gov. Martin O'Malley will sign a batch of bills into law Wednesday, including legislation involving environmental protections and Facebook.
  • The Baltimore Board of Estimates was slated to vote Wednesday morning on a contract to hire contractors to adjudicate water bill disputes, paying them $250 per hour for mediation.
  • Coppin State University students are holding a rally against university President Reginald Avery, whom faculty members gave a vote of no confidence in February.
  • Pole positions and early betting odds for the Kentucky Derby will be revealed Wednesday night; three Maryland-based horses are in the race.
  • Local boutiques selling items for $100 or less will be the centerpiece of Thursday's features section.
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