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A new report credits speed cameras with preventing deaths and serious injuries in Maryland. Now some want speed cameras on the fast track across the state.
TAMPA, Fla. (WJZ) – A five-month-old orphaned chimpanzee born at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore met her surrogate mother in late-August. The female chimpanzee, named “Keeva,” was cared for at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo since […]
Nearly 5 months after a 25-year-old man died in police custody triggering riots and unrest in Baltimore, hearings for the six police officers accused in his death are beginning.
The national spotlight will be back on Baltimore Wednesday, as a judge hears critical arguments that will impact the fate of six police officers. They’ll soon be on trial for the death of Freddie Gray.
Governor Larry Hogan is heading home, after completing his fourth round of chemo.
As hearings start in the Freddie Gray case, protests will get underway outside the courthouse.
A new study on college marijuana use is cause for concern. Researchers found daily marijuana use among college students is on the rise, even surpassing cigarette use.
A man is charged with murder in the stabbing death of his roommate in Southwest Baltimore.
A contractor is beaten in broad daylight in a neighborhood in North Baltimore.
Maryland Senator Ben Cardin could be the deciding vote in a victory for President Obama’s nuclear agreement with Iran.
There was another surprising announcement from the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Francis says priests can formally forgive women who have had an abortion and seek absolution.