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- Stairwell Collapses At Towson University's Union Parking Garage One worker was injured when a stairwell that was being worked on collapsed at the union parking garage at Towson University.
- Officer Fires Shot At Robbery Suspects After Citizen Alerts Police To Crime The Baltimore Police Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting Tuesday morning.
- White House Warns Syria’s Assad Against Chemical Attack The White House issued a stern warning to Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday night as it claimed “potential” evidence that Syria was preparing for another chemical weapons attack.
- Riders Speak Out Following Changes To City Bus Routes Furious and frustrated residents came together to voice their anger over the city's newly overhauled bus routes. Many say the changes have led to longer waits and unsafe stops.
- Report Finds Decline In Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab Population An annual report has found the overall population of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay has declined and it recommends limiting the number harvested in the fall.
- Supreme Court Allows Parts Of Travel Ban To Take Effect The Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration mostly enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries.
- Maryland County Among Those Affected By Nationwide Hack One Maryland county was among the government websites across the country that were shut down for hours after being hacked.
- Drivers Have Mixed Opinions As Speed Cameras Are Back In Baltimore After months of warning, speed cameras are back in Baltimore City.
- Program Helps City Kids Fix Bikes, Build Confidence For many kids, a bicycle is their ticket to freedom. It's faster than walking, and once you own one, it's free to use. But there are many kids and their parents who can't afford to buy a bike.
- Baltimore Restaurant Owner Says 30 Employees Left Due To ICE Crackdown The owner of one of Canton's most popular waterfront restaurants says more than 30 immigrant workers left in fear last week.
- More Dolphin Sightings In The Chesapeake Could Be A Sign Of Bay's Health It turns out hundreds of dolphins are making their way into the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers.
- All Clear Given After Report Of Armed Person At Stevenson University An armed person has been reported at the Stevenson University Greenspring Campus.