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- Fatal Fire Claims Lives Of 2 Young Brothers In East Baltimore An East Baltimore community is devastated after two young brothers were killed in a house fire.
- Maryland's New $1.4B MGM Casino Opens Today The first luxury gaming resort in the DMV region celebrates its grand opening.
- Celebrating 40 Years Of Women At The U.S. Naval Academy As we look forward to the big Army vs. Navy showdown this weekend, the Navy recognizes a huge milestone.
- Public Enemy No. 1 Has Been Captured The man wanted in the stabbing death of a 73-year-old dubbed public enemy number one has been captured.
- Midshipmen Pumped for Annual "Beat Army" Pep Rally & Bonfire Excitement and anticipation is building for Saturday's Army-Navy matchup in Baltimore.
- Baltimore Police Gives Back to the Community Baltimore City Police partner with BGE and the United Way to make sure needy children don't miss out on the holidays.
- Navy Midshipmen Lucy Ford Named Rhodes Scholar While the Naval Academy is hoping to achieve its 15th straight win over Army during the 117th Army-Navy game this weekend, one of it's midshipmen has already achieved a huge honor of her own.
- Army Navy Rivalry Hits the Web Ahead of Big Game The midshipmen and cadets are poking fun at each other in a series of web videos. Spirits spots are a tradition at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
- Mayor Pugh On First Day: 'We've Got A Lot Of Work To Do' It's the first full day in office for Mayor Catherine Pugh, and she's hitting the ground running. She has several challenges to face as she takes over City Hall.
- Mayor Catherine Pugh Celebrates After Inauguration Before her first full day on the job. Mayor Catherine Pugh joined hundreds of supporters for her inaugural party downtown.
- Community Reaction on Inauguration Day for Pugh The mayor wanted to spend some time with the people she was elected to serve and in fact she calls herself a servant-leader.
- The City Condemns Bell Foundry Building The Artists' Colony and Performance Space had been the subject of numerous complaints over the years and Oakland City officials are facing scrutiny over whether they should have taken action before the blaze. Many believe similar concerns led...