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Officers Hoof it in 'Hotspots' to Bridge Community DivisionsTwo officers wearing bulletproof vests walk block after block through one of the toughest neighborhoods of this small city that has earned an oversized reputation for violence, with 55 shootings last year.
Charlotte Unrest Strikingly Reminiscent To BaltimoreThe situation in Charlotte is strikingly similar to the unrest seen in Baltimore in April of 2015.
Large Portion of Ellicott City Main Street Now OpenAfter almost two months since the flooding of downtown Ellicott City, a larger portion of Main Street is open to the public once again.
AAA Says Drivers Waste $2 Billion on Premium GasA new study reveals millions of U.S. drivers are splurging on a higher grade of gas when it doesn't make a difference at all.
Maryland Lawmakers Buckle Up to Regulate Self-driving CarsMaryland lawmakers buckled up in Annapolis Monday to talk about the future of regulating self-driving cars.
More Than $12.5M Coming to Md. to Help Make Roads Safer$12.5 million in federal highway funds will make their way to Maryland, as authorities crack down on unsafe drivers and the number of fatal crashes.
State Police: Panhandling Scam Causing Backups, Crashes In MarylandMaryland State Police are warning motorists to avoid stopping on exit ramps for individuals allegedly flagging down vehicles for help in order to beg for money.
Bus Driver Hailed A Hero for Saving Kids on Burning BusA Maryland school bus driver is being hailed a hero after rescuing 20 students from a burning school bus.
20 Students Unharmed After School Bus Fire In MarylandNo one was injured after a school bus goes up in flames in Maryland on Monday.
Survey: Many Maryland Drivers Fail To Stop For School BusesA new report from the state reveals drivers are illegally passing school buses at an alarming rate.
Show Your Purple Pride With Official Ravens StencilsRavens fans are painting the town, and their vehicles, purple with the official Ravens logo stencils.
AAA: Labor Day Weekend Gas Prices Are Lowest Since 2004AAA officials say Labor Day Weekend gas prices are the lowest since 2004.

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