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- Police Identify Armed Robbery Suspect Fatally Shot By Police Police have identified the armed robbery suspect who was fatally shot by a Baltimore Police Department officer Monday morning.
- Md. Federal Judge Hearing Lawsuits Against Trump Travel Ban On Monday, Maryland Federal Judge Theodore D. Chuang heard arguments on both sides of the controversial policy.
- Md. Woman Shot In Las Vegas Recovering At Johns Hopkins Tina Frost, a Maryland native from Crofton was seriously wounded during the Las Vegas concert massacre is now back in Maryland to continue her recovery at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
- Gospel Singer Cheryl Fortune Opens Up About Surviving Domestic Abuse In Maryland alone, at least one person a week dies a victim of domestic violence.
- Police: Armed Suspect Took $26 During Robbery Before Being Shot By Officer A man was shot and killed by a Baltimore Police Department officer just seconds after police say he robbed a 7-Eleven Monday morning.
- Teens Encouraged To Avoid Texting, Alcohol Consumption For Safe Driving This is National Teen Driver Safety Week, which is a time to highlight the potential dangers on the roads.
- Family Of Man Murdered At Hopkins Hospital Wonders If It Could Have Been Prevented Murder at Johns Hopkins Hospital. What happened inside the ICU that lead a woman to kill her estranged husband?
- Baltimore Breaks Up, Removes 'Fatberg' That Contributed To Million-Gallon Sewage Spill There's no getting around it. Fatbergs are not a pretty sight.
- Baltimore Makes Orkin's Top 10 'Rattiest Cities' List Baltimore has once again made it onto Orkin's list of the rattiest cities in the U.S.
- Family Of Man Allegedly Stabbed To Death In Hopkins Hospital By Wife Speaks The family of Christopher Yancey is speaking out, after he was allegedly stabbed to death by his own wife in their son's hospital room.
- The Soft Relaunch Of Baltimore Bike Share The Bike Share program is back operating in Baltimore.
- Opioid Crackdown: Anne Arundel County Make 2 Big Drug Arrests Anne Arundel County police say two big arrests last week should serve as warning to those dealing the drug in the area.