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Air Quality Is Boosting Chesapeake Bay Water, Researchers SayCleaner air, cleaner bay? University of Maryland researches are finding solid evidence for it.
Hooters Restaurant That Served Drunk Driver Who Killed Cop To Shut DownA Maryland restaurant charged with serving alcohol to the drunk driver who fatally struck a Montgomery County Police officer will shut its doors instead of fighting to keep its liquor license.
Two Baltimore Officers Hospitalized After Woodlawn CrashTwo Baltimore City police officers were hurt in a chain reaction crash involving several vehicles, including one patrol car, near the Woodlawn area Saturday evening, authorities confirmed to WJZ.
Desperately Seeking Drivers, Uber And Lyft Offer Car OptionsNo car? No problem for ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.
VIDEO: Driver Playing Pokemon Go Hits Baltimore Police CarBaltimore Police are warning Pokemon Go players to be vigilant after a crash related to the game was caught on camera.
Police ID Man Who Took 4 Hostages Inside Baltimore Burger KingBaltimore Police have identified the suspect they say took four hostages, including a 7-year-old girl inside a Burger King on Sunday afternoon.
Spokeswoman: 3 Officers Dead In Baton Rouge ShootingThree Baton Rouge law enforcement officers were killed and three others wounded Sunday, less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police here in a confrontation that sparked nightly protests across the city that reverberated nationwide.
Day 2 of Artscape Kicks Off In BaltimoreDay 2 of Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, kicks off in Baltimore on Saturday.
Wildly Popular Pokemon GO Leading To Unintended ConsequencesSince its release last Wednesday, the wildly popular Pokemon GO game has sent throngs of players all across cities nationwide in search of characters like Pikachu.
Animal Advocates Sit In Hot Car To Illustrate DangerA bill gaining traction in Boston would allow first responders and civilians to break into cars when they see an animal in distress.
AAA: Nearly 80% Of Drivers Express Anger, Aggression or Road RageA new study finds that 80 percent of drivers nationwide expressed anger, aggression or road rage while behind the wheel.
Dangerously Hot Temps Across Md. Raise ConcernsThursday was one of the hottest days Maryland has seen so far this year.

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