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A One-Of-A-Kind Shelter In Baltimore Is Helping Survivors Of Sex Trafficking Find HealingA one-of-a-kind shelter in Baltimore, Maryland is helping women heal after years of abuse. The women are all survivors of sex trafficking, a growing problem nationwide and right here in our neighborhoods.
Post Labor Day School Start Adopted In Anne Arundel County For 2020-21The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County adopted a 2020-2021 School Year Calendar that calls for classes to start on September 8, 2020, and end on June 18, 2021.
Councilman Zeke Cohen Pushes For Baltimore To Become 'Trauma Responsive City'At the corner of Gusryan and Boston Street, City Councilman Zeke Cohen joined Police Commissioner Michael Harrison in the fight to turn Baltimore into a trauma-responsive city.
'We're All Heartbroken' | Baltimore Leaders, Residents React To Indictment Of Former Mayor Catherine PughCity hall was rocked by the announcement of former mayor Catherine Pugh's indictment.
Oxygen Tank Explosion Sparks Baltimore County Building FireBaltimore County Fire crews were on the scene of a building fire in Owings Mills Wednesday morning.
Sunoco Gas Station In Maryland Sells $1.3M Multi-Match Jackpot WinnerThe Maryland Lottery is searching for its newest Multi-Match millionaire after a player won the $1.3 million jackpot for the Monday, November 18 drawing.
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First Shake Shack Coming To Baltimore CountyFirst Shake Shack Coming To Baltimore County
Crews Battle House Fire In BaltimoreCrews Battle House Fire In Baltimore
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Indicted On 11 Counts Of Wire Fraud, Tax EvasionFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was federally indicted on 11 counts of wire fraud and tax evasion on Nov. 14 in connection to the Healthy Holly scandal. The indictment was unsealed Wednesday.
ATF's National Odor Recognition Test For K9s Held At Timonium FairgroundsBefore some of our four-legged friends in uniform start working out in the public, searching for explosives, many of them get certified at the Timonium Fairgrounds.
14 People Recovering After Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving MTA Bus14 People Recovering After Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving MTA Bus
Crews Pull Body From The Water In CantonAn investigation is underway after crews pulled a body from the water in Canton Wednesday.
2 Lottery Winners To Travel With Ravens To Los Angeles2 Lottery Winners To Travel With Ravens To Los Angeles
City Leaders Push For Baltimore To Become 'Trauma Responsive City'At the corner of Gusryan and Boston Street, City Councilman Zeke Cohen joined Police Commissioner Michael Harrison in the fight to turn Baltimore into a trauma-responsive city.
Aladdin The Musical Kicks Off Tour In BaltimoreDisney's Aladdin the Musical is currently wowing crowds at the Hippodrome at France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.
TSA Officials Urging Holiday Travelers To Arrive At Airport EarlyIf you're flying out of Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshal Airport for the Thanksgiving holiday, experts say you need to get to the airport early.
Man Receives 2 Life Sentences In 2017 Rape, Murder CaseMan Receives 2 Life Sentences In 2017 Rape, Murder Case
City Leaders, Baltimore Residents React To Former Mayor Catherine Pugh IndictmentCity Leaders, Baltimore Residents React To Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Indictment
Two Men Charged In Largest Tobacco Bust In Maryland History, Comptroller SaysNearly half a million dollars of untaxed tobacco products have been seized by the state, in what Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is calling the largest tobacco bust in the agency's history. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Investigating The Fatal Stabbing Of A Man At A Community Center In Prince George's CountyLaw enforcement authorities in Maryland are investigating the fatal stabbing of a man at a community center. Katie Johnston reports.
Ed Reed, Volunteers To Hand Out 400 Thanksgiving Meals To At-Risk Students In BaltimoreFormer Ravens safety Ed Reed and a team of volunteers will hand out Thanksgiving meals to some at-risk students in Baltimore on Friday. It's all a part of his annual Ed Reed Thanksgiving Blessings at The SEED School Maryland. Katie Johnston reports.
District Heights Mayor Convicted Of Misconducted In OfficeDistrict Heights Mayor Convicted Of Misconducted In Office