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- Takata Air Bag Recall Doubles In Size An already-massive recall for defective Takata airbags more than doubled this week.
- Elderly Couple Followed Into Baltimore Home, Robbed At Gunpoint After an 82-year-old man and 70-year-old woman were robbed at gunpoint in their home, police are searching for a suspect.
- Sen. Mikulski Cuts Ribbon On Next Generation Telescope Ops. Cntr. Retiring Senator Barabra Mikulski stopped by the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore on Thursday to cut the ribbon on the new James Webb Space Telescope Mission Operations Center.
- 18th Annual Maryland Film Festival Kicks Off In Baltimore Movie lovers get ready, the 18th annual Maryland Film Festival is kicking off in Baltimore.
- New Study: Medical Errors Are 3rd Leading Cause For Death In US Medical errors are the third leading cause for death for U.S. patients, according to a shocking new study out of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
- Cell Phone Video Shows Arrest In Deadly DC Hijacking Cell phone video captures the arrest of a man charged in a deadly hijacking in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
- Rare Neurological Condition Md. Boy Facing Has Doctors Puzzled At just five-years-old, a Glen Burnie child is facing a rare illness that is leaving doctors puzzled.
- Baltimore Foodies, Rejoice: 'Light Up Lexington' Is Back! Food fans in Baltimore had a chance to do some culinary exploration on Wednesday. "Light Up Lexington" was back at the Lexington Market.
- New CEO Appointed To Lead Baltimore City Public Schools A new CEO has been appointed to lead Baltimore City Public Schools.
- For 30 Years, Baltimore Agency Has Helped To Counsel Abused Children For three decades, the Baltimore Child Abuse Center has helped treat traumatic experiences in the city's youngest victims.
- $2.4M Makeover Slated for Western District Police Station Business leaders are hoping a $2.4 million makeover will improve Baltimore's Western District Police Station.
- Black Bear Spotted In Frederick County Neighborhood There are concerns in a Frederick County community. A black bear has been spotted multiple times in just the past few days.