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- Some Concerned Over School's Decision to Not Factor In Homework School officials in Baltimore County are speaking out after a new controversial grading policy goes into effect.
- New Life For Some Flood-Ravaged Businesses In Ellicott City Some businesses reopen on Wednesday in Historic Ellicott City after deadly floods ripped through their town nearly a month ago.
- Ravens Help Tackle City's Trash Problem They might be huge fans of the color purple, but members of the Ravens organization are hitting the streets to help Baltimore go green.
- Baltimore's First Bike Share Program Rolling Out Soon If you want to ride a bike around Baltimore, but you don't have one of your own, pretty soon you'll be able to rent one.
- New Report: Traffic Deaths in the U.S. Worst In 50 Years Alarming new statistics show traffic fatalities in the United States are at its worst in 50 years and there's concern this trend could get worse.
- Baltimore Co. Schools Won't Be Grading Students on Homework, Behavior A new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.
- Portion Of Ellicott City Main Street To Reopen This Week Beginning Wednesday, a portion of the western end of Ellicott City's Main Street will be reopened, officials announced Tuesday.
- MLB Umps Give Back to Local Kids Suffering Serious Illnesses They're in town for the Orioles and Nationals games, but a group of MLB umpires are also here to give back.
- 2011 Earthquake Might Still Be Having An Impact On D.C. Landmark Five years ago today, the Earth moved and grabbed the attention of millions of people in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic. A rare 5.8 magnitude earthquake might still be having an impact on one famous landmarks.
- 2 Hurt After Vacant Building Collapses In Baltimore Two people are hurt after a vacant building collapses in West Baltimore this morning, sparking concern about the safety of other teetering structures throughout the city.
- Wiping Out Baltimore's Most Violent Gang Remains A Top Priority The Black Guerilla Family is behind hundreds of murders in Baltimore City and remains a top priority of police and prosecutors.
- Md. Boy Shows Off New Hands A Year After Double-Hand Transplant It's been just over a year since now-9-year-old Zion Harvey received a double-hand transplant.