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- Morgan Officials Release More Information In Student's Death Morgan State University officials are releasing more information about the practice that incapacitated a student, who later died.
- New Subpoenas Into Md. Health Care Exchange Issued The investigation continues into Maryland's troubled health exchange. A top contractor who built the website says a federal agency looking into the problems has now asked for internal documents.
- MLB Umpires Step Off The Diamond And Into The Hearts Of Kids Fighting Illnesses It's been said the best officiating in sports goes unnoticed. That may be true on the field, but umpires for Major League Baseball may just do some of their best work off the diamond.
- Researchers: Later School Start Time Could Make Kids Healthier Pushing back the school start time for teens. Research suggests it could help with kids' overall health.
- New Nail Polish Detects Presence of Date Rape Drugs in Drinks The future of preventing date rape may soon be at the tip of your finger—literally.
- At-Home Test For Colon Cancer Coming Soon The Mayo Clinic is the first in the country to offer a new, at-home screening test for colon cancer.
- Congressman: Md. Health Exchange Under Review For Possible Fraud A Maryland Congressman says subpoenas are being issued in a federal investigation into Maryland's health exchange. He believes there was fraud in the system that cost taxpayers millions but didn't work right at the start.
- Morgan State Football Player Dies 2 Weeks After Collapsing At Practice A promising young football player dies two weeks after falling ill on the practice field. Now an autopsy reveals the Morgan State freshman passed away from complications from heatstroke. Now his family is speaking out about what happened.
- 50 Levindale Geriatric Center Employees Take On The Ice Bucket Challenge There are some staggering numbers on the amount of money raised by all those folks pouring ice water over their heads here in Baltimore and across the country.
- Health Officials Warn Against Using Unapproved Meds Public health officials in Maryland are warning residents against using an unapproved medication to treat children's colds that is being sold in some convenience stores in Latino communities.