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- Md. Lawmakers Vote To Protect Planned Parenthood If Feds Yank Funding The Maryland General Assembly is making good on its promise to fund Planned Parenthood even if the federal government doesn't.
- Md. Community Seeks Normalcy After Alleged School Shooting Plot Foiled An honor student remains hospitalized for planning a mass shooting and bombing at her high school.
- Lawyer Says Texts Shed New Light On Rockville HS Rape Case Explicit photos and racy text messages are at the heart of a new twist in the case of a Rockville High School student who claims she was raped.
- Downtown Baltimore Seeing Boom In Popularity A modern makeover meets historic charm. Downtown Baltimore is rapidly becoming one of the city's most popular neighborhoods.
- Trump's Reversal Of Clean Energy Rules Could Hurt The Chesapeake Bay President Donald Trump's reversal of some of the clean air rules imposed by the Obama administration marks a rejection of climate change science.
- Emergency Calls Give New Insight Into Fatal Barricade Situation A traumatic ordeal caught on police body cam, as children are held at knifepoint in Baltimore.
- Here's What A Columbia Classroom Looks Like After The Students Helped Redesign It A school in Howard County, Oakland Mills High, asked students to help redesign their work space.
- Security System & First Responders Save Life of Baltimore Woman A desperate call for help may have been a life-saver for one 54-year-old West Baltimore woman.
- Crews Putting Final Touches To Orioles Park Before 25th Anniversary Opening Day Opening day at Oriole Park is less than a week away, and some finishing touches are being added as we speak.
- Red Light, Speed Cameras Set To Return To Baltimore Drivers beware! Red light and speed cameras are set to return to Baltimore City.
- Police: Md. High School Student's Diary Reveals Mass Shooting Plot Police uncovered a shotgun with ammunimation, fireworks, and an aresenal of other materials for making bombs at a Maryland teen's home in Thurmont.
- Trump Administration Pushed to Speak Out Against Hate Crimes A civil rights group sent a letter to the U.S. attorney saying more reports of hate crimes is directly correlated to the Trump Administration because of the divisive language used on the campaign trail.