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Lawsuit Filed In Prince George's County School Porn CaseTwelve children are now believed to have been sexually abused inside their Prince George’s County school and there may be more victims.
2 Veteran Sheriff's Deputies Killed By 68-Year-Old Man In Md.A community in mourning, following the deaths of two sheriff's deputies. We're now learning more about the victims, the suspect and the events leading up to the violence.
Baltimore Artist Highlights The Importance Of Black History MonthHe was an architectural engineer who decided to leave his job 16 years ago to pursue his first love. Now he's a successful artist with a gallery in south Baltimore.
Harford Co. Community Mourns 2 Fallen HeroesA makeshift memorial continues to grow. People have been visiting throughout the day to leave flowers, notes and honor the deputies who were killed, while trying to protect others.
Slain Deputies Remembered For Bravery In The Line Of DutyBoth deputies were longtime members of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, and both had been individually recognized for their bravery in the line of duty.
New City Law Punishing Stores That Sell Synthetic DrugsThey're packaged as natural substances sold in drug stores and gas stations, but synthetic drugs are illegal nationwide.

Politics

Congress Gives Final OK To Banning Local Internet TaxesCongress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
Clinton Aims To Reset Campaign With Focus On Black VotersAfter an overwhelming loss in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is staking a campaign comeback on her ability to woo black and Latino voters, placing outreach to those communities at the center of her strategy to retool her 2016 bid.
Md. Measure Would End Animal Use In Medical TrainingA measure in Maryland would end animal use in medical education and training, if there is an alternative method.
DC's Paid Family Leave Proposal To Get Public HearingA proposal to require private employers in the nation's capital to provide 12 weeks of paid family leave will get a hearing in the D.C. Council.
Maryland Lawmakers Outline Gun-control MeasuresMaryland Democrats are outlining a package of gun-control measures as part of their legislative priorities this session.
Trump Proves GOP Establishment Can't Stop HimThe current and former chiefs of the state Republican Party condemned him. New Hampshire's only two Republican members of Congress refused to endorse him. The conservative owner of the state's largest newspaper called him "a con man" on the front page.

Business

How To Get Your Free Chipotle BurritoAll 2,000 Chipotle locations were temporarily shut down today for a company-wide meeting about food safety
Groups Intend To Sue Chemical Plant Over Alleged PollutionTwo environmental organizations claim a chemical plant in Baltimore's Curtis Bay is releasing more than 12 times the permitted levels of nitrogen pollution into the bay, and they intend to sue.
Old Bay Filet-o-Fish Is Back At McDonald'sIt may be the dead of winter, but as Baltimoreans know there's never a bad time for a hint of Old Bay.
New 'Paramount' Music Venue Coming To BaltimoreThe Paramount, a 1,573 capacity club music venue, based in Huntington, Long Island, New York, has announced plans to expand with a new location in Baltimore, Maryland.
Restaurants Hope Weather Doesn't Kill ProfitsAs a possible crippling blizzard makes its way to Baltimore, some restaurants and bars are hunkering down and putting their worst case scenario plan in motion.
USPS To Close Early In Parts Of Maryland; Service Suspended SaturdayThe U.S. Postal Service will be closing offices in the Baltimore region at 3 p.m. ahead of the storm.

Entertainment

Gospel Singer From Baltimore Garners A Grammy NominationA stirring, show-stopping gospel song from a Baltimore singer-songwriter garners a Grammy nomination.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra About To Celebrate 100th AnniversaryThirty-five appearances at Carnegie Hall, eight international tours, 56 commercial recordings and three Grammy awards. That's just some of the amazing accomplishments of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Local Music Venue 9:30 Club Announces New TV ShowWashington, D.C.'s historic 9:30 Club is launching a music variety show this April on PBS television.
Well-Known Baltimore D.J. Reggie Reg Dead At 50A well-known Baltimore DJ has died.
Stephen Colbert Talks Post-Super Bowl 'Late Show' With 'CBS This Morning'Stephen Colbert and his team are gearing up for a special live edition of "The Late Show" this Sunday.
Chris Stapleton To Lead B.B. King Tribute At GRAMMYsCountry singer Chris Stapleton will join Gary Clark Jr. and Bonnie Raitt at the Grammy Awards later this month for a tribute to the late blues master B.B. King.

Health

New City Law Punishing Stores That Sell Synthetic DrugsThey're packaged as natural substances sold in drug stores and gas stations, but synthetic drugs are illegal nationwide.
Johns Hopkins Approved For HIV-positive Organ TransplantsJohns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients.
Health Officials Expect Zika Virus Could Eventually Reach Md.A warning about the Zika virus: Maryland health officials expect the disease could eventually reach Maryland.
Some Md. Lawmakers Move To Decriminalize Drugs Like HeroinSome Maryland lawmakers are taking a bold step in decriminalizing possession of small amounts of certain drugs. It's one of a group of bills intended to address addiction as a health issue rather than a crime.
Zika Virus Considered A Global Health EmergencyA debilitating virus transferred by mosquitoes is spreading like wildfire. Even though the Zika virus started in South America, it's now forcing some women in the US to cancel their vacations.
WHO Declares Zika Virus International EmergencyThe World Health Organization has announced that the explosive spread of the Zika virus in the Americas is an "extraordinary event" that merits being declared an international emergency.

CBS National News

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Imprisoned mothers read to their children through Storybook Project

CBS World News

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