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New AG meets with Baltimore leaders, police and activists

New AG meets with Baltimore leaders, police and activists ...

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Black unemployment dips below 10 percent

Black unemployment dips below 10 percent ...

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Local caterer brings hot meals to seniors affected by riots

On May 2, Kimberly Ellis used her catering company, Breaking Bread, to provide food for the seniors at the facility, providing a hot breakfast that included biscuits, smothered potatoes, turkey sausage, eggs, and coffee. ...

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UMB student raises funds to help Gilmor Homes community

UMB student raises funds to help Gilmor Homes community ...

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Out of the ashes, hope for change in Baltimore

Out of the ashes, hope for change in Baltimore ...

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Street organizations work for peace

Speaking at Muhammad Mosque No. 6 on May 3, Student Minister Carlos Muhammad described how the young Black men and the Muslims came together on a mission of mercy and peace ...

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George Zimmerman wounded after being shot at in Florida

George Zimmerman listens to the judge during his first-appearance hearing in Sanford, Florida in this file photo taken on November 19, 2013. REUTERS/JOE BURBANK/ORLANDO SENTINEL/POOL George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murder charges in the 2012 shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Florida, suffered a minor wound after being shot at in his vehicle on Monday, police said. Zimmerman, who has had ...

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Problems linger in Baltimore

Baltimore’s curfew has been lifted, the officers have been charged, and Freddie Gray has been laid to rest. But the underlying causes of the protests around his homicide remain. ...

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From B*%$#s!! to H*&s to ‘colorful cockroaches’

As he explains why they are surely going to fail and why he won’t give them money, O’Leary refers to them as “colorful cockroaches,” which was entirely unnecessary for him to get his point across. ...

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America’s oldest vet is turning 109, he celebrated with cigars and burgers

World War II veteran and Austin resident Richard Overton celebrated at an outdoor party on Sunday, surrounded by neighbors, friends and local dignitaries who lit up cigars and wished him well, local media reported. ...

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