Public apologies. Four of the five female UMBC lacrosse players are saying sorry. They suspended from the team for social media comments threatening to harm–even kill–their own teammates.
Ray Rice issued a statement Friday morning thanking the city of Baltimore and the Ravens as well as apologizing for the domestic violence incident.
While most area school districts surrounding Baltimore closed Tuesday in light of the snow and treacherous road conditions, city schools remained open angering many students and parents.
Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie apologized on Twitter to the Orioles for wearing a T-shirt to his post-game news conference Tuesday night that read, “These O’s Ain’t Royal.”
“I’m sorry he was upset,” GRAMMY Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich said. “I was really thrilled that we were finally getting him on the Grammys.
Anne Arundel County school officials are apologizing for not delaying the start of school because of bad weather.
A Johns Hopkins professor’s blog about the NSA created a controversy after the university told him to remove it from the web.
Pfc. Bradley Manning took the stand Wednesday at his sentencing hearing in the WikiLeaks case and apologized for hurting his country, pleading with a military judge for a chance to go to college and become a productive citizen.
A man who was seen by the mayor of Annapolis urinating off the third deck of a garage has written a letter of apology for the incident.
The District of Columbia’s fire chief apologized Thursday for recent failures that led to slow ambulance response times and for failing to maintain accurate information about the readiness of the department’s fleet, but he insisted that the department has the resources it needs to handle major emergencies.
The Howard County school board has apologized for maintaining segregated schools through the mid-1960s.
Michael Phelps says teammate Tyler Clary apologized to him for a newspaper article that quoted Clary questioning Phelps’ work ethic and grumbling that he got by on talent alone.