Students Preparing For 'March For Our Lives' Protests In Baltimore, D.C.In less than 12 hours, students from across the country will descend on Baltimore and the nation's capital to rally for safer schools.
Pedestrian Struck, 'Possibly Intentionally,' In Downtown BaltimoreA pedestrian was struck, "possibly intentionally," in downtown Baltimore Friday, police say.
Carmelo Anthony Teams Up With MTV, NAACP To Send Baltimore Students To 'March For Our Lives' In D.C.NBA player Carmelo Anthony, MTV and the NAACP are collaborating to help send Baltimore area kids to the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.
Burglars Steal Carnival Rides That Were To Be Donated To Children's HospitalBaltimore police are investigating the burglary of an antique warehouse where detectives say the stolen items include two small carnival rides.
Cell Phone Mapping Used In Phylicia Barnes Murder TrialProsecutors spent Friday attempting to recreate an accused killer’s movements using cell phone towers to build their case against Michael Johnson.
Baltimore High School Freshman Organizing 'March For Our Lives' Protest At City HallThe March for Our Lives rally for safer schools will be felt in Baltimore, thanks to a high school freshman who is organizing the event at City Hall.
Iconic Shake And Bake Family Fun Center Re-Opens After RenovationA decades-old Baltimore icon has re-opened on Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore.
Police Seek Camo-Clad Suspect In South Baltimore Grocery Store ShootingPolice are looking for a suspect who was captured on surveillance video during a shooting in the 300 block of South Calhoun Street.
'Morrell Park Projected' Shows Off Filmmaking Skills Of Baltimore StudentsA talented group of young Baltimore filmmakers will debut their first film Thursday night.
Baltimore Hospital Cited Over Woman Left In Cold In Hospital GownA Baltimore hospital is cited for violating patient rights after leaving a patient at a bus stop wearing just her hospital gown.
Census: Baltimore Had 2nd Largest Population Decline In U.S. Last YearBaltimore had the second largest decline in population in the United States last year.
Rare $1,000 Bill Expected To Fetch $1M At Baltimore Auction A rare $1,000 bill from 1863 is expected to sell for about $1 million at an auction in Baltimore.

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