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A Southwest Airlines flight from BWI made an emergency landing at Port Columbus International Airport late Tuesday night, according to our sister station WBNS.
U.S. District Judge James Bredar sentenced 33-year-old Warren Gibson of Stevensville, to nine years in prison for conspiring to distribute narcotics.
Eva Soderstrom was presented with a Citizen’s Public Safety Award on Wednesday morning for quickly alerting her mom to call 911 when she noticed smoke coming from a home across the street.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a non-fatal shooting that occurred in the 900 block of Pulaski Highway on the evening of July, 22.
U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm sentenced 32 year-old Jean Claude Roy of Germantown, Maryland, to 20 years in prison.
Three men are being treated this morning for gunshot wounds after being shot overnight in the 2700 Block of W. Coldspring Lane.
Conflict in the Middle East. The fighting in Israel and the Gaza Strip is so dangerous it’s now having a worldwide impact. The FAA has grounded US flights into Israel, cutting off thousands of people from the country. Meanwhile, the death toll continues to rise, with more than 600 Palestinians and two dozen Israeli soldiers killed.
A beacon of light. Starting Tuesday, there’s a new icon on Baltimore’s skyline. The HarborView Towers, a 24-year-old condo complex, unveiled a brand new light show for all of downtown to enjoy.
A CSX train collided with a truck in Howard County on Tuesday night.
Among the men and women who died when a Malaysia Air plane was shot down were at least six experts on AIDS.
We’re learning new information about how money will be divided among thousands of patients whose gynecologist secretly recorded them. Johns Hopkins’ insurance will pay the record $190 million settlement.