Protective Order Against Ravens Security Chief DismissedThe protective order placed against the head of Ravens security has been dismissed.
TMZ: Ravens Security Director Accuser Convicted Of FraudThe woman accusing the Ravens security director with sex offense was convicted of fraud in 2006.
Judge Lifts Suspension Of Dunbar High Coach After Hazing AllegationsA popular local football coach is back on the field, months after he was suspended over hazing accusations. His suspension caused an outcry by players and parents. Monday, a judge ruled to let the Dunbar High coach return to his team.
Baltimore Catholic School Teacher Admits To Allegations Of Sexual AbuseA former school teacher admits to inappropriate relations with three students decades ago. Now the Catholic community is in shock.
Statement From Johns Hopkins University After Gang Rape AllegationsJohns Hopkins University released the following statement after allegations of gang rape at an off-campus fraternity.
Students At American University Call For Action After Shocking Fraternity Emails LeakedRape, drugs, alcohol, assault. Horrifying emails were apparently written by an underground fraternity at a major university.
Teacher Accused Of Having Sexual Relationship With Archbishop Curley StudentShocking charges against a local Catholic school teacher. She is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student.
Anne Arundel Task Force Announces Findings About Alleged Police WrongdoingAn independent task force concludes a three month investigation into wrongdoing within the Anne Arundel County police department.
Evangelical Church Seeks Dismissal Of Md. Lawsuit A small evangelical church group has invoked the First Amendment in asking a Maryland judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing church leaders of covering up allegations of sexual abuse.
Deer Antler Spray Supplier Never Saw Lewis Use ItThe man who reportedly supplied Ray Lewis with deer antler spray can't confirm the Baltimore Ravens linebacker ever used the stuff.
More Alleging Evangelical Church Hid Sexual Abuse Five people have joined a lawsuit in Maryland that claims a Kentucky-based evangelical church covered up allegations of sexual abuse against children and failed to alert police.