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Woman Reports 'Dynamite' Text; Passenger Removed from PlaneA police report says four passengers were removed from a flight at Baltimore's international airport after a fellow passenger said she saw one of them receive a text with the word "dynamite."
Invigorated Schaub Readies for First Start With RavensSince the beginning of last season, Matt Schaub has thrown exactly 10 passes in NFL competition.
Tour Bus Crash Shuts Down I-95; Several InjuredSeveral people are injured in a crash involving a tour bus on Interstate 95 southbound, shutting down several lanes on a busy holiday travel night.
Man Gets 30 Years for Deadly Shooting During Fight in BowieAn Upper Marlboro man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting another man during a fight outside a tennis club in Bowie.
Police: Teen Charged in Stabbing at Baltimore High SchoolPolice say a 17-year-old Baltimore high school student has been charged as an adult with attempted murder in a classroom stabbing that left a schoolmate critically wounded.
Baby Loggerhead Sea Turtle Moves Into National AquariumThe National Aquarium's newest resident fits in the palm of your hand.
Council: Talbot Boys Statue to Remain on Courthouse LawnThe Talbot County Council has announced that the Talbot Boys monument will remain on the county courthouse lawn despite protest and debate.
BGE Ordered to Reduce Charge for Opting Out of Smart MetersMaryland's Public Service Commission has ordered BGE to cut in half its monthly fee to customers who opt out of having smart meters installed in their homes or small businesses.
Man Wanted in Baltimore Shooting Arrested in ColoradoPolice in Boulder, Colorado say they've arrested a man wanted for attempted murder in Baltimore.
Recent Death of Man Shot 4 Years Ago Ruled a HomicideAnne Arundel County Police say the death of a man four years after he was shot has been ruled a homicide.
Ravens Sign Clausen as Backup QB, Put Flacco on IRThe Baltimore Ravens have claimed quarterback Jimmy Clausen off waivers to serve as backup to Matt Schaub.
Baltimore Mayor Heading to Paris for Climate ConferenceMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is headed to Paris next week for the United Nations' climate change conference.
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