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High Stakes For Baltimore As Freddie Gray Trials BeginIn Baltimore, this year can be divided into two parts: what came before Freddie Gray died and what happened afterward.
Ex-Wesleyan Student Expected To Plead Guilty For OverdosesOne of two ex-Wesleyan University students linked by authorities to an outbreak of on-campus drug overdoses that nearly killed two people is expected to plead guilty.
Washington College Reopens Monday After 2-Week LockdownWashington College students return to classes Monday nearly two weeks after the school was placed on lockdown and evacuated.
StoryCorps Adds Thousands Of Stories To National ArchiveThe Great Thanksgiving Listen is over. Now anyone can listen in.
US Aid Worker Made Little Effort To Hide Work In CubaThe Maryland man who spent five years locked away in a Cuban prison is speaking about the experience in his first interview since being released.
Thanksgiving Travelers Heading Home Should Expect Delays, SecurityIt's time for thousands of travelers to return home and many of them will need assistance getting back home.

Latest Baltimore Sports

Monday Night Preview: Baltimore Ravens At Cleveland BrownsWith Manziel in quarterback limbo, Josh McCown will reclaim the starting job when Cleveland hosts the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night in a matchup of teams trying to avoid the AFC North cellar.
Dan Fouts Previews The Monday Night Match Up Between The Ravens And The BrownsFormer NFL great Dan Fouts joined the morning show to preview tonight's game between the Browns and the Ravens.
Manziel's Benching Costs Him Chance To Shine Monday NightJohnny Manziel has only himself to blame.
Doug Dieken On What To Expect From The Browns TonightBrowns radio voice Doug Dieken joined the morning show to tell Ravens fans what to expect from the Browns tonight.
Keith Cavanaugh On The Terps Football Coaching Search And Big Test For The Basketball TeamKeith Cavanaugh the editor and publisher of the Terrapin Times joined the morning show to give an update on Maryland athletics.
Carter Leads No. 2 Maryland Past Cleveland State, 80-63Robert Carter had 17 points and eight rebounds to help No. 2 Maryland beat Cleveland State 80-63 on Saturday night.

Best of Baltimore

Ask A Baltimore Chef: 5 Traditional Chanukah RecipesHere are recipes from two of Baltimore's expert chefs that will more than likely be used during this special time.
Best 2015 Holiday Concerts In BaltimoreWhether you want to hear Tony award-winning phenomenon and Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell croon the holiday tunes or listen to Handel's Messiah performed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Concert Artists of Baltimore Chorale, there is a holiday concert in Baltimore for you!
Best Bars With Infused Vodka In BaltimoreIn Baltimore -- a town known for its exceptional bars and brilliant bartenders -- one may find corners of the city wherein the fruity drink of infused vodka is served up like no other. Check into this list and see for yourself.
Best Banana Bread In BaltimoreBanana bread, a very popular baked good from the 1930s, is still relevant today in the form of loaf slices, cakes, muffins, pudding and, believe it or not, beer.
WATCH: Wining And Tailgating With The Saturday SommelierWine and cheese tailgate pairings from Laura Maniec, master sommelier at Corkbuzz in NYC.
Lana Del Rey's Ex on Surprise Break UpO'Neill first heard the news secondhand through a cousin.

CBS Baltimore Politics

Carson After Tour: Syrian Refugees Don't Want To Come To U.S.After touring Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Saturday suggested that camps should serve as a long-term solution for millions, while other refugees could be absorbed by Middle Eastern countries.
Carson Visiting Syrian Refugees In Jordan Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is visiting Syrian refugees in Jordan this weekend.
As Many African-Americans See It, There Are 2 Ben CarsonsAyauna King-Baker loved Ben Carson's "Gifted Hands" memoir so much that she made her daughter Shaliya read it. So when Carson showed up in town to sign copies of his new book, King-Baker dragged the giggly 13-year-old along to the bookstore so they could both meet him.
President's Oldest Daughter Among Those Scoping Out CollegesMichelle Obama's message for high school seniors fretting about their college prospects is simple.
Trump Called Out For Appearing To Mock DisabilityDonald Trump is denying he mocked a reporter with a disability in a South Carolina speech, despite appearing to imitate mannerisms of the "poor guy" and make fun of him.
The 2016 Presidential Candidates And How They're Spending ThanksgivingThe presidential candidates are getting away for Thanksgiving, and while a few found some time to practice the presidential duty of pardoning a turkey, they're mostly spending the holidays with their families.
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