First the verdict, now the penalty. The civil lawsuit of former cardiologist Mark Midei entered the damages phase Monday.
More than a billion dollars in damages struck down. The state’s highest court has thrown out a decision against ExxonMobil after one of the largest gas leaks in state history. Now homeowners in Jacksonville, Baltimore County, will not see any of that money.
More than 90 families in the Town of Jackson, Wisc. have signed on to a planned lawsuit over a pipeline spill.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Glenn Close and Rose Byrne. They talked about the fifth and final season of “Damages.” Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Orioles sales magic at Poor Boys in Dundalk.
Baltimore’s spending panel has approved a $95,000 payment to a 90-year-old woman who claimed her shoulder was separated during a scuffle with police.
A Frederick County family’s dog is shot by sheriff’s deputies. Now, a jury awards that family more than half a million dollars in damages.
A Maryland appeals court deals a blow to the people of Jacksonville, Baltimore County, who had their drinking water polluted by a massive gasoline spill.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office is asking a Baltimore judge to cancel or reduce an $18.5 million damages award stemming from the murder of an inmate aboard a state prison bus.
Sharing more than one billion dollars. That’s how much families in Jacksonville will receive for a large gas leak caused by Exxon.
A Frederick man convicted last year of murdering his wife is agreeing to pay $500,000 in damages to her estate.