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- Protestors Demand Answers In Freddie Gray's Arrest A man being taken into police custody ends up in a coma. Now, 7 days later - it is still a mystery how it happened.
- Md. Family Who Died Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Laid To Rest Eight white hearses carried a Maryland family to their funeral Saturday at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, each hearse with a picture of a family member staring out from a window.
- DOJ To Conduct 18-Month Review Of Baltimore Police Dept. Justice Department officials met with community members last night as part of a comprehensive analysis of city police and they got an earful.
- Police: 4-Year-Old Boy's Wheelchair Stolen, Another To Be Donated Prince George's County police are investigating a brazen theft that left a four-year-old boy without his wheelchair.
- 'Wicked' Star Discusses Leading Role At Hippodrome It's the story before the story of the Wizard of Oz."Wicked" is being performed before a packed Hippodrome this month.
- Baltimore Marriott Searching For Best Food and Beverage Entrepreneurs A contest for entrepreneurs in the mid-Atlantic area who have always wanted to start a restaurant or bar.
- 8th Annual Record Store Day Brings Out Vinyl Lovers It’s about as far from Pandora or Spotify as you can get, but the record album is in the midst of a major comeback.
- Video Captures Apparent Road Rage Incident Along Southbound I-95 State highway police investigate a wild scene on Interstate 95 that looks like a bad case of road rage. Police are trying to figure out how things got so heated.
- Super Yachts Coming To Baltimore? Putting the Chesapeake back on the map for millionaire yacht owners. The state legislature changed a law to do just that.
- Mt. Washington Teacher Presented With Teacher Of The Year Award A local middle school social studies teacher was recently named City Schools’ 2015 Teacher of the Year.
- 66-Year SHA Employee Captures History Through The Lens He's been on the job in Maryland for 66 years and he's the state's longest serving employee.
- City Students Explore Inner Harbor Oyster Gardens Baltimore City students get up close with marine life in Baltimore's Inner Harbor