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Mayor, Police Commissioner Respond To Baltimore Being Named Nation's Most Dangerous CityBaltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Police Commissioner Designate Darryl De Sousa spoke about violence reduction.
Bill To Legalize Recreational Marijuana Reigniting Debate In MarylandThe debate to legalize recreational marijuana is gaining momentum across Maryland, but some are urging lawmakers to slow down the process.
Annapolis Gearing Up To Host NHL Game On March 3Annapolis is about to get icy, and it has nothing to do with the weather.
Giada De Laurentiis Opening Restaurant At The Horseshoe BaltimoreA popular Italian chef from the West Coast is bringing her Italian flavor to Baltimore.
New Poll Favors Hogan In Md. Gubernatorial Election, Maintains PopularityAs Maryland Democrats team up with running mates in the campaign for governor, a new poll shows incumbent Republican Larry Hogan is holding onto his popularity.
Md. Hopes To Catch A Ride On Hyperloop As D.C. Gives Elon Musk's Company Digging PermitIt's billed as the high-speed travel system of the future, but just how far off is the Hyperloop?
Md. Bill Would Give Drug Dealers 30-Year Sentence If Minors Die From SupplyAs opioid and heroin deaths in Maryland climb every day, the Maryland General Assembly is focusing its efforts on protecting kids from the drugs.
Police: Guns, List Of Grievances Found At Home Of Teen Who Brought Gun To Md. SchoolAuthorities reportedly found multiple guns and a list of grievances against fellow students at the home of a teen charged with bringing a loaded gun to a Maryland school.
Details Of Baltimore's 3rd Annual Light City Festival ReleasedLight City is coming back to Baltimore in April. This year's festival theme is: "More Love, More Lights!"
Report: MTA Knew Baltimore Metro Violated Standards In 2016A Maryland Transit Administration report says the agency knew Baltimore Metro's subway rails didn't meet safety standards in 2016.
Hundreds Gather For Women’s Rally in AnnapolisThe fourth annual Women’s Rally in Annapolis on Monday night centered on four key issues advocates and lawmakers want addressed during what remains of this year’s legislative session.
Passenger: Police Fired 'Fatal Shots' At Car That Caused Security Scare At NSAA passenger in a vehicle that slammed into a barricade at the National Security Agency last week says the driver was his unlicensed 17-year-old friend who floored the gas when police approached him after he mistakenly took a restricted exit.

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