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State prosecutor executes search warrant at Baltimore State’s Attorney’s

State prosecutor executes search warrant at Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office Mosby says employee is the target  By JUSTIN FENTON and TIM PRUDENTE BALTIMORE SUN | MAY 11, 2021 AT 3:34 PM Investigators with the Office of the State Prosecutor executed a search warrant at the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office on Tuesday morning, according to the city prosecutor’s office and two sources with knowledge of the circumstances. Continue reading

Governor Hogan, Baltimore Mayor to meet about violent crime

BALTIMORE — After some back and forth, Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore City Mayor Scott will be meeting next week to talk about violent crime. Continue reading

Media Institute Statement on Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Complaint to FCC

Media Institute Statement on Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Complaint to FCC FOR RELEASE: May 7, 2021 Contact: Richard T. KaplarThe Media Institute703-243-5700 Arlington, Va., May 7 – Media Institute President Richard T. Kaplar issued the following statement regarding a complaint to the Federal Communications Commission filed by the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office: Continue reading

"My heart is breaking for Baltimore":

"My heart is breaking for Baltimore": Fallout from council meeting with City Schools CEO   BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Many questions remain unanswered even after the Baltimore City Council called the CEO of City Schools to testify about Augusta Fells Savage Institute in west Baltimore. The school is under investigation for staff misconduct and grading irregularities. “They're praising each ot   her on how well they're doing, how these stats are, with the reality of the situation, our school systems are failing,” said Jovani Patterson, a City Schools parent and former candidate for City Council. Patterson watched last week as City Council held a virtual hearing to question Dr. Sonja Santelises, the CEO of Baltimore City Schools. It was a hearing where tempers flared. Continue reading

Community activists call for Nick and Marilyn Mosby to resign following federal probe

Community activists call for Nick and Marilyn Mosby to resign following federal probe Continue reading

Marilyn Mosby purchased a $476,000 Florida

Marilyn Mosby purchased a $476,000 Florida condominium last month and yet another... The purchase was made just weeks before federal prosecutors placed Mosby and her husband, City Council President Nick Mosby, under official investigation. ••UPDATE•• The Brew finds that Mosby owns a second Florida house.   Continue reading