Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is pushing back against a major police reform measure that would fundamentally change how law enforcement misconduct investigations are handled in Maryland.Read more
Glynis Kazanjian is a freelance journalist and award-winning investigative reporter with an eye for transparency and accountability in government and politics. Kazanjian’s reporting has triggered state investigations in police corruption, as well as changes to state policy in campaign finance and regulatory reform. During her 10-year freelance journey, she has also worked for cable television production companies like the Discovery Channel and Reelz providing true crime timelines for television series scripts.
As racial tensions grow across the U.S. following another officer-involved death of an unarmed black man, a former Orlando police chief has catapulted up the shortlist of vice presidential candidates for Joe Biden, according to political insiders familiar with the vetting process.Read more
The daughter of a Sagepoint resident who died April 11 from Covid-19 called for the firing of Sagepoint president and CEO, Andrea Dwyer, after learning state officials concluded the facility failed to protect residents and staff from the deadly virus.Read more
Sagepoint Senior Living Services in LaPlata is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines after state officials informed theRead more
ANNAPOLIS UPDATE: Gov. Larry Hogan ordered Wednesday all nursing home residents and staff to be tested for the coronavirus. “I’veRead more
“What was happening was not right,” said Kamara David, a former geriatric nursing assistant who resigned from Sagepoint April 15. “To me, they were playing Russian Roulette with people’s lives. They were not taking [the outbreak] seriously and were lying to families and staff. Lives were lost unnecessarily.”Read more
Eight residents of Sagepoint Senior Living Facility recently diagnosed with coronavirus have died, family members and staff told the BaltimoreRead more
Coronavirus outbreaks are suspected at two nursing homes in Charles County, but government officials and facility managers say they cannotRead more
Several suspected cases of coronavirus including one confirmed case involving a senior-ranking officer will not stop the planned weekend training exercises for several hundred Air Force reserve troops at Warfield Air National Guard base in Baltimore County this weekend.Read more
Eight days after being tested for the coronavirus, Jason Flanagan’s wife and mother finally got the results everyone was waiting for.
The 39-year-old Prince George’s County high school teacher, who has been in the intensive care unit at Frederick Memorial Hospital since Tuesday, tested positive.Read more