A purchase order document provided by the City of Annapolis in response to a Public Information Act request by the Capital News Service. It is redacted as "confidential commercial information."

Tracking Your Phone: Secrecy surrounds technology

Although some Maryland agencies have been using cell phone tracking technology for at least a decade, it wasn’t until October 2014 that police in the state were required even to show probable cause to use real-time cell site location information, according to a four-month investigation by Capital News Service.

Bon Secours Hospital occupies a block amid brick rowhouses in West Baltimore. Kaiser Health News photo courtesy Doug Kapustin.

Part 3 Unhealthy Baltimore: Distrust in the hospital room

Bon Secours Hospital has been a fixture in the neighborhood since 1919, when it was opened by an order of nuns who served middle-class patients from all across the city. But today, few patients are affluent. The hospital, outpatient services and wellness center that compose the system primarily serve neighborhoods including Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park, predominantly black neighborhoods made famous in pop culture by TV shows like HBO's "The Wire."