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Arrests After Teen Allegedly Throws Bleach At Officer Trying To Break Up KerfuffleArrests were made and an officer was injured after police tried to break up a fight between two groups of teens in Columbia.
Autopsy Helps Lead Police To 'Additional, Significant Evidence' About Detective's MurderAfter initially clearing the area around where a Baltimore detective was shot, police started re-expanding the scene shortly after noon Monday.
Woman Charged With Making False Report About Attempted Carjacking In TowsonA woman who police say made a false report of robbery and carjacking at Towson Town Center Mall has been charged with making a false statement.
Suspect Arrested In Hunt Valley ShootingA suspect has been arrested in the shooting of a man in Hunt Valley on Saturday night, police say.
This Fundraiser For Slain Detective's Family Is Legitimate, Police SayThere is now an official GoFundMe page created by slain Detective Sean Suiter's family.
Scientists Group Supports Aruna Miller For Likely Competitive ElectionA group of scientists and engineers is supporting lawmaker and engineer Aruna Miller for Maryland's 6th District Congressional District Democratic Primary.
Ocean City Officer Saves A Seagull After Being HookedAn Ocean City officer goes above and beyond to save a seagull who had a hook in its leg.
Carmelo Anthony Family And Foundation To Provide Food To 300 Families For ThanksgivingOn Monday, the Carmelo Anthony Family And Foundation will partner with Feed The Children to help feed 300 families in the inner city or the "Thanksgiving Give-Away."
Craft Beer Legislation Proposals Expected To Be AnnouncedLegislation proposals that could reform Maryland's craft beer laws are expected to be announced on Monday.
Groundbreaking Ceremony To Take Place for New Northeast Area Elementary SchoolThe groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the new Northeast area elementary school will be taking place Monday morning.
Port of Baltimore Handling More Cargo Than Any Previous YearThe Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has handled 8,019,919 tons of general cargo at its public marine terminals through the first nine months of 2017.
Police To Break Down Perimeter In Neighborhood Where Officer Was KilledThe Baltimore Police Department will be releasing the crime scene and breaking down its perimeter in the Harlem Park community.

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