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- Picture Goes Viral After Baltimore City Police Officer Saves Kitten A tough Baltimore City police officer shows his softer side, and it's going viral.
- Going Nowhere: Baltimore 17th Worst In Nation For Traffic Jams A new study found when it comes to the misery of traffic jams, Baltimore is 17th worst in the nation.
- 4-Day College Basketball Tournament Coming To Baltimore Baltimore scores, landing a large college basketball tournament.
- Law Would Prevent Smart Meters From Selling Secrets Smart meters may promise a new way to track home electricity, but they're also prompting a push for new laws to control the technology.
- Major Changes Are In Store For The SAT College Entrance Exam The College Board that creates the SAT test conducted its own exam and realized it was failing students.
- Md. Parishioners Get Their 'Ashes On The Go' While Marking Start Of Lent It's Ash Wednesday--the day that marks the beginning of Lent. Many take time to go to church on this day, but for others, getting their ashes means just a trip around the block.
- Towson U Holds Drill To Prepare Students For Major Emergency Mass shootings and other emergencies at schools and universities are sadly all too common now.
- Joffrey Ballet Visits Carver Center Before Performance At Lyric Opera House They're part of a legendary performing arts group, and they're here in Baltimore. Members of the Joffrey Ballet are not only on stage at the Lyric, they're also giving a master class to some lucky area students.
- Girls’ Night Out: First Lady Michelle Obama Attends A Concert In Annapolis We're used to seeing First Lady Michelle Obama at a podium addressing crowds, but even she needs a girls’ night out once in a while. This weekend she chose a small venue in Annapolis to let her hair down.
- Parents Frustrated By Snow Delays And School Closings This Winter Snow. You either love it or hate it. If you are a parent, you are probably frustrated by it.
- D.C. Cherry Blossoms Predicted To Bloom April 8-12 Washington's famous cherry blossom trees are expected to bring the first sure sign of spring between April 8 and 12, when they're predicted to reach peak bloom.
- Another Snow Day May Affect School Calendars The delight of having a day to play comes at a price for Maryland students.