Ex-Bishop Who Killed Cyclist Could Be Released Next MonthThe former Episcopal Bishop serving a seven-year sentence in a deadly drunk driving hit-and-run could be released as early as next month.
Widow Of Cyclist Killed By Former Bishop Makes Plea To DriversAfter former episcopal bishop Heather Cook was denied parole for driving drunk and killing cyclist Tom Palermo, his widow made a passionate plea to those on the road.
Former Baltimore Bishop Who Killed Cyclist Denied Early ReleaseA former Episcopal bishop who struck and killed a cyclist while driving drunk in Baltimore was denied early release from her seven-year prison sentence.
Activists Oppose Parole For Ex-Bishop Who Killed CyclistCycling advocates are calling on Md. officials to deny parole for a former bishop serving time for killing a bicyclist while driving drunk.
New Campaign Aims to Increase Safety For Bikers & DriversState and local leaders are teaming up to increase safety for both bikers and drivers promoting their message in a new campaign to save lives in Maryland.
Sentence For Heather Cook Spotlights How Drunk Driving Cases Are TreatedBishop Heather Cook's jail sentence for drunk driving put a spotlight on how those cares are treated in the courts. Are the laws---and the judges---too lenient? Or are high-profile cases changing enforcement?
Episcopal Assembly Responds To Bishop Fatal Drunken Driving CaseThe top legislative body of the Episcopal Church is reviewing its policies on alcohol and addiction as part of the churchwide soul-searching over a Maryland assistant bishop charged with drunken driving while texting and killing a bicyclist.
Former Episcopal Bishop Trial Postponed Until SeptemberA trial was scheduled to begin Thursday for a former Episcopal bishop in Maryland who is charged in the drunken-driving death of a bicyclist, but it was postponed until September.
Episcopal Diocese Announces New Bishop After Cook OustedThe Episcopal Diocese of Maryland reaches out to a bishop who is also a recovering alcoholic to lead the church, replacing the bishop accused of a fatal drunk driving accident.
Episcopal Diocese Of Md. Announces Replacement For Heather CookThe diocese tells our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, the Right Reverend Chilton R. Knudsen, a former bishop of Maine, will replace Heather Cook as assistant bishop.
Bishop Cook Resigns Following Fatal Hit-And-RunThe first female bishop of the Episcopal church here in Maryland resigns her post. It comes after Heather Cook is charged in the death of a cyclist while she was allegedly driving drunk.