Thursday Morning Headlines: How crime changed after Freddie Gray’s death; Local high schoolers can study to become 911 dispatchers; and more

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New course aims to help high school seniors gain careers as 911 call takers — WBAL-TV

Baltimore police stopped noticing crime after Freddie Gray’s death. A wave of killings followed. — USA Today

Survival Skills — Baltimore magazine

The Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service has a new place to find pro bono cases —

Team from Delia Foley’s Opening New Restaurant at the Former Bluegrass Tavern —

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