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Johns Hopkins Renews Push to Create Its Own Police Force

As Johns Hopkins University officials grapple with a continuing increase in the severity and frequency of crime at its Baltimore campuses, they are again...

Opinion: Incoming Lawmaker Runs 70 Miles to Spotlight Challenges of Re-entry from Prison

There is a growing movement around a 70-mile stretch of Maryland pavement that can only be characterized as a hopeful restlessness paired with an...

Ex-Baltimore Co. Official Who Became FBI Informant Gets Federal Sentence

The Baltimore County political operative who took $22,000 in cash bribes from undercover FBI agents and then agreed to wear a body wire for...

Former Del. Vaughn Gets 4 Years in Prison for Role in Prince George’s Liquor...

Former delegate Michael L. Vaughn (D-Prince George’s) was sentenced Tuesday to four years in federal prison for his role in a bribery conspiracy case...

Md. Corruption Under Scrutiny — From Academics This Time, Not the Feds

Maryland is one of the more corrupt states in the nation, according to a survey of journalists who cover statehouses across the country. The General...

Oaks to Appeal One of Two Felony Charges But Sentence Will Remain the Same

Defense lawyers for Nathaniel T. Oaks, the disgraced former state senator from West Baltimore, notified the judge who sentenced him to 42 months in...

Former Senator Oaks’ Bribery, Corruption Case Ends in 3 1/2-Year Prison Term

Nathaniel Thomas Oaks, the disgraced former Democratic state senator from West Baltimore’s 41st District, was sentenced to 42 months in federal prison Tuesday for...

Oaks Faces Judge on Tuesday

Nathaniel T. Oaks, the former Maryland state senator from West Baltimore’s 41st District, is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in federal court after pleading...

Appeals Court: Kamenetz's Death Doesn't Mean Oaks Should be Removed From Ballot

The Maryland Court of Appeals denied a motion Friday to reconsider its refusal to order the name of disgraced ex-lawmaker Nathaniel T. Oaks off...

Ex-Lawmaker Gets 4 1/2-Year Prison Term for Role in Prince George’s Liquor Case

A federal judge has sentenced former state Del. William A. Campos (D-Prince George’s) to 54 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release,...