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Bishop Charged in Bicyclist Death

Episcopal Church Bishop Heather Cook faces several charges in connection to the deadly hit-and-run in Baltimore of bicyclist Thomas Palermo just after Christmas. Cook is being held in the Baltimore City Detention Center accused of hitting Palermo and leaving the accident scene.  Officials say she was texting and veered into the bike lane, hitting Palermo from behind. Charges against her include vehicular homicide and DUI.  

Baltimore Officer Dies From Injuries 

News Wrap: Mueller Report, Mosby Appointments

Jan 9, 2015

Ravens Officials Respond to Mueller Report

Both the Baltimore Ravens and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are reacting to the release of the Mueller Report on the league's handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence case. Ravens President Dick Cass notes the gravity of the incident and says the team looks forward to cooperating with the league on any new policies dealing with domestic violence. Goodell said the league accepts the findings and recommendations associated with the report. 

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Bishop Charged in Cyclist’s Death

Jan 9, 2015
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An Episcopal bishop is being charged in connection with a bicyclist's death in North Baltimore. Newly sworn-in city State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the charges this morning against Bishop Heather Cook. They include vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of a deadly accident, DUI, and texting while driving. Thomas Palermo died nearly two weeks ago after he was struck while riding his bicycle in a bike lane on Roland Avenue by a car that initially left the scene, but later returned. Mosby says a warrant has been issued for Cook’s arrest.

Tune in to the Anthony McCarthy Show tonight at 7 p.m. for a broad-ranging conversation about the week's headlines and political developments, including a new Republican majority in Washington, the terrorist shooting in France at magazine known for its satirical cartoons about Muslims, Governor-elect Larry Hogan’s new team, Marilyn Mosby taking office as Baltimore's State’s Attorney, and more.

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Baltimore Issues Code Blue Alert

Baltimore City has declared a Code Blue Alert through Friday because of the bitterly cold weather. The City Health Department says its emergency shelters are open for those in need of a warm place to stay.  Last winter there were 34 Code Blue days and four hypothermia-related deaths in Baltimore City. 

Cummings Urges Support For Red Line 

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