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- Officials Announce Plan To Rebuild Lexington Market A brand new Lexington Market is in the works, and it's more than a facelift.
- Christmas Comes To Towson With Annual Tree Lighting It's beginning to look and feel a lot like Christmas in Baltimore County.
- Bobcats Coming To Maryland Zoo In 2017 The country's most abundant kind of cat found in the wild will be coming to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
- Havre de Grace Teacher Wins Milken Family Foundation Teaching Award This year, 35 Milken Family Foundation Awards are being given out across the country. One Maryland teacher had no idea it was coming.
- Annual Monument Lighting Kicks Off The Holidays In Baltimore A huge crowd welcomed the holiday season with the lighting of the Washington Monument.
- Portrait Of Henrietta Lacks Unveiled At City Hall A portrait of the woman known as the mother of modern medicine was unveiled at City Hall on Thursday.
- Jurors Deliberate In Trial Against Teen For Murder Of Arnesha Bowers Jurors are deliberating the murder and other charges against a Baltimore City teenager accused of one of Baltimore's most brutal murders. Jurors are telling the judge they are having problems reaching a decision.
- New Program Offering High Quality Apprenticeships TranZed Apprenticeship Services is the first program of its kind in Maryland.
- New City Council Members Could Mean A $15 Minimum Wage In Baltimore There is new hope this evening for supporters of a higher minimum wage in Baltimore.
- Woman Released from Hospital After Stabbing 82-Year-Old Grandmother A 20-year-old Pasadena woman was released from a local hospital Monday after police say she stabbed her grandmother numerous times, in an attempt to "cut the demons out of her."
- Testimony Played Again in Teenager's Case of Arnesha Bowers' Murder Tuesday, jurors continued deciding the fate of a teenager charged in one of Baltimore's most brutal killings in years.
- Baltimore Co. Exec Fighting to Protect Undocumented College Students A top Baltimore County official is taking a firm stance on the issue following a political firestorm on the subject that's erupted since Donald Trump was elected president.