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Baltimore County Corrections Officer Facing Drug Charge

A Baltimore County corrections officer is facing a drug charge after a smuggling probe at the detention center.


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Man Injured, Hospitalized in Baltimore Shooting

Baltimore Police are investigating a shooting that left one person injured Sunday afternoon.


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Baltimore Gearing Up for St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Baltimore is getting ready for its 60th annual parade in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.



Ravens Security Chief Pleads Not Guilty to Groping Charges

The security director for the Baltimore Ravens has pleaded not guilty to charges that he groped a stadium worker after a game.


Artwork by Carolyn Anne Watts

Md. Woman Uses Sister’s Art to Highlight Mental Illness

A Baltimore woman who lost her sister, Carolyn Anne Watts, to depression is looking to open up a discussion on mental illness through her sister’s art, WNEW’s Jenny Glick reports.


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Falcon Cam Launched on Baltimore Skyscraper

A new wildlife webcam will give viewers a chance to watch nesting peregrine falcons on a downtown Baltimore skyscraper.


DETROIT - APRIL 06: A detail of a player from the North Carolina Tar Heels cutting down a piece of the net after North Carolina won 89-72 against the Michigan State Spartans during the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship game at Ford Field on April 6, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

CAA Commissioner Wants Tournament to Stay in Baltimore

Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Tom Yeager is seeking an extended stay for the league tournament in Baltimore.


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MARC to Increase Service Between D.C., Baltimore

A commuter rail link between Baltimore and Washington is adding more trains to handle increased ridership and better serve University of Maryland students.



Long-Running Md. Air Pollution Case Nearing Conclusion

A federal air pollution case involving a western Maryland paper mill is reaching its final phase 16 years after regulators first alleged a violation.


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Baltimore Mayor Talks Violence, Small Business in Annual Speech

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced her plans to cut property taxes for homeowners, focus on reducing violent crime among African American men and fight to support small businesses in her State of the City address.