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- Wrong Way Crash Kills 2 On Route 50 In Annapolis All lanes of westbound Route 50 at Bay Dale Drive were closed for several hours Wednesday morning after two people were killed in a crash.
- Food Truck Owners Sue City; Can't Operate Within 300 Feet of Restaurants A football field is 300 feet long, and under Baltimore law, that's the exact distance food trucks must stay away from brick and mortar restaurants, if both serve the same kind of food.
- Mayor Announces Plans To Further Combat City Crime In Wake Of Gun Bill Chaos The City's top office and top law enforcer are fighting to pull guns off Baltimore's streets as a violent summer rages on. Even with a watered-down gun bill making it's way toward law.
- Man Injured In Tornado Credits Late Wife With Helping Him Get Out Alive Wednesday marked day three of the clean up on Kent Island following the most powerful tornado to hit Maryland in more than a decade.
- State of Maryland Reaches Settlement In Tyrone West Death Lawsuit The State of Maryland appears to have reached a $400,000 settlement in a federal lawsuit in the 2013 death of Baltimore man in police custody.
- Emergency Services Director: Kent Island Tornado Looks 'Like Somebody Steered It... Away From Homes' Fourteen homes and one business were destroyed by a E-F2 tornado that struck Kent Island early Monday morning.
- Chaos Erupts At City Hall Hearing For Proposed Gun Bill Chaos erupted Tuesday at a committee hearing for a proposed mandatory one-year sentence for possession of an illegal handgun in Baltimore.
- Ravens Unveil New 4K Ultra HD Video Boards With the start of a new Ravens season around the corner, the team is making sure your view of all the action inside M&T Bank Stadium is crystal clear.
- Penn-Mar Experiences Carry Over Outside Of Gardening For The Disabled At Whispering Rise Farm in Freeland, Maryland, gardeners with intellectual and developmental disabilities, harvested what they planted in the spring.
- Pratt Central Library Undergoing Major Renovation, Bringing In Old With The New If you've driven by the Pratt Central Library on Cathedral Street you've probably noticed a lot of scaffolding outside. That's because the building is undergoing a major renovation.
- Rosenstein Addresses Police-Community Relations At NAACP Convention Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in Baltimore on Tuesday. The former Baltimore US Attorney addressed the NAACP National Convention.
- EF-2 Tornado Causes Extensive Damage On Kent Island Kent Island residents are reeling after the EF2 storm, with winds reaching 125 miles per hour, left behind extensive damage and power outages in its two-mile path.