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<p>Baltimore firefighters battle a three-alarm fire Monday, April 27, 2015, at a senior living facility under construction at Federal and Chester Streets in East Baltimore. It was unclear whether is was related to the ongoing riots but was one of several fires in the area. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun via AP)</p>

Riots in Baltimore over man's death in police custody

The governor declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard to restore order - but authorities were still struggling to quell pockets of unrest after midnight.

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Rayvon Owen talks about “American Idol,” his mom and making it to the Top 5

Speaking from Los Angeles last week after nabbing a coveted Top 5 spot on the current season of “American Idol,” former Richmonder Rayvon Owen sighed and said exuberantly, “Oh my gosh, I’m exhausted and happy and smiling.”

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City Council, staff at odds over funding for vacant positions

Richmond City Council members on the hunt for ways to advance their budget priorities sent agency officials scrambling Monday to defend their budgets from cuts.

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Chesapeake’s crab numbers rise first time in three years

The Chesapeake Bay’s blue crab population increased for the first time in three years despite a cold winter that killed a lot of crabs, state officials said Monday.

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Wednesday: Mini food festival in the Museum District

On Wednesday, Saint Gertrude High School with host its 5th annual Gator Gourmet event.

Opening soon in the Fan: Sabai restaurant

Fabulous decor, tiki drinks and a champagne room. Sabai is almost here.

Balliceaux restaurant closing for summer to re-brand

After nearly six years of steady service, Balliceaux restaurant in the Fan District is shutting down for the summer to re-brand.

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