Lawsuit Claims Johns Hopkins Favored Out-Of-State Patients Over LocalsAnthony C. Campos, a former supervisor in the patient appointments department at Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. is accusing the medical system of prioritizing out-of-state-patients over Maryland residents to increase revenue.
Legos, Lights, And Latkes To Celebrate The Third Night Of HanukkahFamilies and their children will be able to celebrate the third night of Hanukkah with people at the Jewish Community Center in Owings Mills.
Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Killed While Trying To Rescue Someone To Be Laid To RestA 33-year-old deputy chief fire marshal and volunteer fire fighter who was killed while off-duty while trying to help someone in need will be laid to rest on Thursday.
Missing Md. Teen Found Dead Following Suspected Underage Drinking PartyAfter a 17-year-old boy who was reported missing was found dead over the weekend in Montgomery County, parents and police are searching for answers.
Judges Ask Lawmakers For Help On Psychiatric Bed ShortageJudges are asking Maryland lawmakers for clarity about how long people can be jailed while waiting to be transferred for psychiatric care.
Could Self-Driving Cars Be Coming To Maryland Soon?You might see driverless cars on Maryland roads sooner than you think.
Randallstown 'Boys In The Good' Learn Valuable Life LessonsA group of boys from Randallstown Elementary School are learning the skills and tools to become successful men.
Youth Anti-Violence Program Coming To BaltimoreA new youth violence prevention program could be a game changer in Baltimore City. 
Elon Musk Hyperloop May Have Terminus Near Camden YardsEntrepreneur Elon Musk's digging company could start the construction of hyperloop tunnels as early as January.

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