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- Stronger Social Media Guidelines for FCPS System Following Tweet Stronger social media guidelines are put in place in the Frederick County School system after a school employee was fired for a tweet.
- State Prosecutor Alleges Mayor Pugh Took Out Improper Loan For Campaign The state prosecutor is looking to an improper loan taken out by Mayor Catherine Pugh.
- The City Looks to Curb Crashes on I-83 One of Baltimore's biggest arteries is getting a closer look. Engineers are set to zero in on the number of crashes on I-83 and how they can be prevented.
- How Federal Workforce Hiring Freeze Will Impact Marylanders Now that President Donald Trump has ordered a hiring freeze for most federal workers, some Marylanders are worried about their future.
- The State's Uphill Battle Against Heroin Addiction Government and law enforcement are in an uphill battle against heroin addiction in Maryland and Governor Hogan signed an executive order Tuesday.
- Mom Injured In Deadly House Fire Released From Hospital The mother who was injured in a northeast Baltimore house fire that killed six of her kids and hospitalized three others has been released from the hospital.
- Area Crews Working To Cleanup From Wind, Rain Damage The grinders hard at work, a crew of seven and a crane is needed to slice up a massive tree that cut through a home in Columbia.
- Authorities Clear Barricade Situation In Baltimore County The Baltimore County Police Department has cleared a barricaded person in Rosedale Tuesday morning.
- The Debate Over Paid Sick Leave In Maryland Go to work sick or stay home and get well? That's a high priority question in Annapolis right now as Marylanders rally for and against paid sick leave.
- Wind Uproots Tree, Causing It To Fall Into Columbia Home Trees were uprooted in one Columbia neighborhood as a result of high winds Monday.
- Light City Back In 2017 With 'Bigger, Brighter, Bolder' Festival The Light City Festival will be making its triumphant return this spring, with this year's production expected to outshine last year's festival.
- Md. State Police Classes Down By Half, Recruitment Is Priority Maryland State Police are on the hunt tonight. Not for suspects, but for new troopers.