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The Baltimore Police Department has used secretive cellphone surveillance equipment 4,300 times and believes it is under orders by the U.S. government to withhold evidence from criminal trials and ignore subpoenas in cases where the device is used, a police officer testified Wednesday.
Former Maryland wide receiver and NFL hopeful Deon Long joined Sports Rehab to discuss his career at Maryland and his performance at the NFL combine.
Big improvements are being made to the Baltimore County Animal Shelter. Animal rights advocates are pleased, but they’re pushing for even more changes in the future.
The first lady wants every child in America to have access to a salad bar in their school cafeteria. Today, a Baltimore City elementary school was the 4,000th school to get one!
A Maryland task force says 1 million Maryland residents have no work-based retirement savings plan. The task force is releasing a report Tuesday. It says 1 million state residents have virtually no retirement savings at all.
Tens of thousands of state workers are being offered cash to leave their jobs.
This May, it will be five years since Cockeysville native, Yeardley Love was murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Love was weeks away from graduating from the University of Virginia.
Restaurant Week is underway in Baltimore City.
Marylanders are making up their minds about casino gambling after a new poll suggests some cooling off on the idea.
Deputies say they found a .22-caliber pistol and five rounds of ammunition in the home of a convicted criminal who threatened to shoot a student at a western Maryland high school.
Stevie Wonder is the guest of honor tonight at an all-star Grammy salute: “Songs in the Key of Life.”