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Record-Breaking Snakehead Caught In Potomac RiverA man from Indian Head, Maryland, has caught a record-breaking snakehead fish in the Potomac River.
Tearful West Point Grad Served in Maryland National GuardAfter a photograph of a West Point Academy graduate crying at the commencement ceremony Saturday went viral, we are learning more about why.
New Garden At Camden Yards Will Attract Actual Oriole BirdsA new garden at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will attract actual oriole birds and other species.
WATCH: Young Boy Interferes With GameStop Robbery By Hitting SuspectAfter two armed men robbed a Silver Spring GameStop last week, Montgomery County Police are investigating.
Reports: Would-Be Jumper Rescued on Chesapeake Bay BridgePolice activity closed the eastbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge for more than an hour Thursday.
Maryland Officials to Discuss Zika Virus PreventionMaryland officials are scheduled to discuss plans and prevention strategies for fighting the Zika virus if it appears in the state.

Latest Baltimore Sports

Harbaugh Accepts Full Responsibility For NFL PunishmentJohn Harbaugh spoke to reporters about the punishment following an OTA session on Thursday and was more than willing to accept responsibility
Jeremy Conn: Greatest Teams To Never Win It AllA team could be the very best all season long, but when it comes to the championship... they choke. In your opinion, what are some of the greatest teams to never win a Championship?
Ravens Will Forfeit A Week Of OTAs, Harbaugh FinedThe NFL has instructed the Baltimore Ravens to forfeit one week of OTA sessions (June 1-3) after being found guilty of violating the collective bargaining agreement.
Listen Live: Baltimore at Houston [Live Audio] MLBGausman is 0-1 in three road outings this season and stands 5-13 with a 4.88 ERA in 39 appearances (24 starts) away from home during his four-year career.
Wally Williams Comments on Ravens OTA'sWally Williams, former guard of the Baltimore Ravens, joined the Norris and Davis show to talk about the Baltimore Ravens and the beginning of Organized Team Activities across the NFL.
New Garden At Camden Yards Will Attract Actual Oriole BirdsA new garden at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will attract actual oriole birds and other species.

Best of Baltimore

Ask An Expert: Upcoming Summer Fashion Trends In BaltimoreWith summer on the horizon, it's time to start combing the Baltimore fashion scene in order to spice up your wardrobe for the brighter and hotter days to come.
Best Spring 2016 Races In BaltimoreBaltimore has several races occurring in the spring which will not only benefit one's own self but also others.
Most Instagram Worthy Locations Near BaltimoreBaltimore is a fun and creative city full of landmarks that are just waiting for a picture to be taken.
5 Ways To Give Back To Our Military Heroes On Memorial DaySpend some time giving back to our military heroes this Memorial Day. Here are five great ways to honor a vet today.
Best Friend-Date Locations In BaltimoreWhether you're enjoying the nightlife or looking for an amazing place to eat a plate of sushi, Charm City will provide the best options to get the most out of going out and having a fun time with your friend.
Make These 5 Cocktails With Just 4 Ingredients EachWant to spice up your home cocktail menu? Make these tasty drinks with just 4 ingredients each from Shane Carley, author of "The Home Bartender."

CBS Baltimore Politics

Rowdy Protests But No Violence This Time Outside Trump RallyA day after violent protests, Donald Trump railed against Hillary Clinton and GOP leaders who haven't yet endorsed him Wednesday.
Baltimore Re-Certifies Election Results; No Changes In Any RaceThe Baltimore Board of Elections has formally re-certified the results of the April primary elections.
11 States Sue Obama Administration Over Federal Transgender DirectiveTexas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over a new directive about transgender students in public schools.
State Dept Audit Faults Clinton In EmailsHillary Clinton disregarded various State Department guidelines for avoiding cybersecurity risks, an internal audit found Wednesday, faulting her and past secretaries of state for weak information management.
Officials: 1,650 Primary Ballots Improperly HandledJust how messed up is it? The State Board of Elections continues its review of the primary election.
Sanders: Democratic Convention Could Be 'Messy'Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and his push to make the party more inclusive could get "messy" but asserts in an interview with The Associated Press: "Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."

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