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Third Officer Found Not Guilty In Kidnapping

A Baltimore City judge finds one of three police officers accused of kidnapping and stranding two teens in 2009 not guilty. Barry Simms explains how the judge reached his decision.Full story

Book Drive Helps Connect Kids With Reading

Many cash-strapped schools need books to help children learn to read. George Lettis explains how you can help. Full story

Phelps Primed For Rousing Finish Before Retirement

At an age when most people are just settling into the workforce, Michael Phelps is thinking about retirement. Full story

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Accused Officer Denies Kidnapping Teens

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  Police: Transgender woman attacked at McDonald's

Maryland police say an 18-year-old woman has been charged in an attack on a transgender woman over using a McDonald's restroom in a Baltimore suburb. Msnbc's Thomas Roberts reports.

  Who killed N.C. honor student?

Police in Maryland continue to search for clues in the murder of Phylicia Barnes, whose body was found in the icy waters of the Susquehanna River after visiting relatives in Baltimore. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.

  Back from Nowhere, Part 1

Meet John, a Baltimore plumber who decides to participate in an intense group therapy program in rural Pennsylvania in hopes of overcoming the effects of his traumatic childhood. Keith Morrison reports.

  Back from Nowhere, Part 6

As the ‘Breakthrough’ program comes to a close, John and the others become a very tight-knit group. John finally is able to enjoy himself in the moment and bids a significant farewell to everyone. John returns home as a new person to his wife in Baltimore.

  Still no clues in missing teen case

It's been three months since teenager Phylicia Simone Barnes was last seen by her half-sister's boyfriend in Baltimore, but authorities haven't gotten closer getting answers into her disappearance. TODAY's Amy Robach talks to NBC News analyst Clint Van Zandt about the lack of useful evidence in the

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BALTIMORE, MD - APRIL 28: Starting pitcher Brad Bergesen #35 of the Baltimore Orioles delivers to a Boston Red Sox batter during the first inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 28, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland.