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Rebuilding Begins For CVS Pharmacy Set Alight During Unrest

Demolition work has begun on a CVS pharmacy in Baltimore that was set on fire during the height of the unrest that rocked the city after the death of Freddie Gray.

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CF Adam Jones Injured in Orioles’ 5-3 Loss to Royals

Adam Jones was hurt in the first inning of the Orioles’ 5-3 loss to the Kansas City Royals.

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Detainees from Closed Baltimore Jail Have Moved, But Not Far

About 850 pre-trial detainees who were held in the now-closed men’s section of the Baltimore City Detention Center have been moved to buildings within about a block of the notoriously deteriorated state-run jail.

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Maryland Transfers Last Detainees at Closed Detention Center

Gov. Larry Hogan is announcing the last transfers of inmates and detainees from the dangerously decrepit men’s section of the Baltimore City Detention Center.

08/25/2015

Children that have high levels of lead in their blood walk past a peeling lead paint wall July 25, 2003 in their apartment in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. A new study released October 22, 2003 by the Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation has concluded that 1 in 4 children in some parts of New York are at risk for lead poisoning. Children ingest lead paint and lead paint dust, resulting in lead poisoning, which causes irreversible brain and central nervous system damage. While lead paint was banned in housing construction in New York in 1960, buildings built before 1960 still have high amounts of lead which landlords, especially in impoverished neighborhoods, are reluctant to remove.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Baltimore Gets $3.7M For Lead Removal

Federal housing officials are awarding more than $3.7 million to Baltimore to eliminate lead poison hazards and perform assessments of hundreds of homes for low-income families.

08/25/2015

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Baltimore Officials Say It’s Illegal to Ride Horses in City

Baltimore health officials say it’s illegal to ride horses on city streets without a permit.

08/24/2015

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Pair of Errors Allow Twins to Top Orioles 4-3 in 12 Innings

Buck Showalter still believes his Baltimore Orioles can make a postseason run.

08/24/2015

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Apartment Fire in Baltimore Displaces 25 Residents

Fire officials say 25 people were displaced after a fire at an apartment building in northeast Baltimore.

08/23/2015

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Overnight Shootings Bring D.C.’s Homicide Total to 101

Police say two people were fatally shot overnight in D.C., marking the 101th homicide in the nation’s capital this year.

08/22/2015

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Baltimore Surpasses New York City in Homicides for the Year

Baltimore has had more killings than New York City this year, and its homicide rate per 100,000 people is greater than New York’s and Chicago’s.

08/20/2015

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