Ravens Could Face Discipline Regarding Practice ViolationsThe Baltimore Ravens are under investigation for allegedly using full pads during rookie mini-camps this year. Under the collective bargaining agreement, players are not allowed to practice in full pads until training camp begins later this year.
Sting Operation Nets Arrest At Port Of BaltimoreA three-day sting turned up dozens of violations and one arrest at the Port of Baltimore. State trooper teamed up with several police agencies to catch drivers hauling illegal or dangerous cargo.
Large Trucks Inspected Outside M&T Bank Stadium For Safety IssuesFederal statistics show that around 3,000 people die in the U.S. each year after being involved in a wreck with a large truck.
Government Charges Wal-Mart With Labor ViolationsFederal officials filed a formal complaint Wednesday charging that Wal-Mart violated the rights of workers who took part in protests and strikes against the company.
8 Cab Drivers Cited For Violations In Anne Arundel Eight taxi drivers have been issued civil citations as part of an undercover police operation in Maryland.
2 Men Arrested At Md. Gun Show For Selling Illegal Magazines Two men were arrested at a Maryland gun show for selling illegal high-capacity magazines.
Teen Sentenced 115 Years For 2010 Murder, Assault & Handgun ViolationsA Baltimore County teen has been sentenced to 115 years in prison for a fatal shooting in 2010.
6 Charged With Rockfish Violations In Ocean CityMaryland Natural Resources Police say six men have been charged this month with rockfish violations in Ocean City.
Sunoco, Area Water Utility Fined By MarylandThe Maryland Department of the Environment says Philadelphia-based Sunoco and a suburban Washington water utility have been fined for alleged violations.
Thurmont Zoo Fined For Enclosure ViolationsThe U.S. Agriculture Department says a zoo near Thurmont has agreed to pay $12,000 to settle allegations of numerous violations from 2007 to 2011.
Tobacco & Alcohol Contraband Violations Have Increased In Md.Millions of tax dollars are going up in smoke. The Maryland comptroller’s office is cracking down on cigarette smuggling.
Steve Davis: Athletes & TwitterAthletes run their mouths, or fingers, on Twitter, and get in serious trouble.

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