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- Powdered Alcohol Could Be New Trend In Drinking A federal alcohol regulatory agency says for now, it is cutting off approval of a new powdered alcohol product designed to turn any liquid into a mixed drink.
- Hopkins Researchers Work To Lower Pedestrian Deaths Every year, thousands of people die while simply crossing the street. Researchers at Hopkins are now trying to stop pedestrian deaths.
- Kennedy Krieger Helps Break The Silence With Annual ROAR For Autism Fundraiser The prevalence of autism is growing in the United States. It now affects one of every 68 children.
- Domino Debuts Its Sugar Cane Hard Hat & Solar Powered Sign Tuesday is Earth Day. In Baltimore, that's giving new life to an old standout.
- Decorators' Show House At Silo Point Offers Local Designs & Great Views A once in a lifetime opportunity is coming soon. Perhaps the most exclusive home in Baltimore will be open for tours.
- Marylander Tatyana McFadden Wins Boston Wheelchair Division Marylander Tatyana McFadden has won the women's wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon for the second straight year.
- Maryland Works To Increase Cybersecurity Cyber attacks on a number of retailers and universities have jeopardized some personal information of hundreds of thousands of Marylanders. Now we are learning some state agencies are not immune from those cybersecurity risks, either.
- Boston Strong: Thousands Run Marathon 1 Year After Bombings Showing strength and bravery, thousands of runners took to the streets of Boston to run the annual Boston Marathon. It's been a year since last year's race ended in tragedy when twin bombs were set off, killing three people and injuring more than 200...
- Archeologists Dig Up 200-Year-Old History In Patterson Park The citizens of Baltimore stood their ground against the British during the War of 1812. While Fort McHenry and Francis Scott Key get the most attention, another part of the city was just as important.
- Thousands In Boston Ready To Run Marathon 1 Year After Bombings Thousands of runners will take to the streets of Boston to run the annual Boston Marathon. It's been a year since last year's race ended in tragedy after a bomb was set off, killing three people and injuring more than 200 others.
- Baltimore Basilica Celebrates Its 225th Easter Baltimore's Archdiocese is the first in the United States and celebrated its 225th Easter Sunday.
- Towson University Goes Green Towson University's colors are black and gold, but this weekend, the campus is being recognized for its green. The university took up a challenge to make its campus more energy-efficient.