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- Week-Long Ideas & Music Festival Coming To Baltimore Dazzling light displays and major music acts. A week-long, multi-million dollar festival is planned for Charm City. If it comes, you may not even recognize Baltimore's most familiar landmarks.
- Despite Threats From Congress, D.C. Legalizes Pot The District of Columbia has defied threats from Congress and moved forward with legalizing possession of marijuana after a voter-approved initiative.
- Lawmakers Discussing Bill To Start Md. Schools After Labor Day School scheduling controversy --should summer vacation end after labor day?
- $1M Powerball Winner In Howard County Overnight, a Marylander became one-million dollars richer.
- Baltimore Police Department Names New Public Enemy No. 1 The hunt is on. Baltimore City has a new public enemy #1. Police say Charles Henson killed a man and then set his home on fire in northwest Baltimore. Now he's still on the loose.
- Md. Bar Owner Accused Of Taping Women Faces More Charges An owner of the Rams Head music venues and restaurants has been hit with more charges in a stunning case of bathroom spying. WJZ has learned some women fear they were victims and they're considering lawsuits.
- Groundbreaking Held For Baltimore's Harbor Point The city's newest and biggest waterfront development project is growing.
- Md. Paying Close Attention To D.C. Pot Legalization DC is just hours away from legalizing marijuana but Maryland is still at the center of a heated debate over the drug.
- MIX 106.5 Kicks Off Annual Radiothon In 25 years its raised over $17-million dollars for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. The annual Mix 106.5 Radiothon is underway
- 2 Marylanders Arrested In Wesleyan Univ. 'Molly' Hospitalizations Drug overdoses on a college campus. Now four students at Wesleyan University in Connecticut are under arrest. Two are from Maryland.
- New Bill Proposes Armed Officers In Baltimore Schools A controversial new bill proposes armed police officers inside Baltimore City schools. Some say it will make students and faculty safer; others argue it sends the wrong message to students.
- Maryland Continues To Debate Legalizing Marijuana DC is about to legalize marijuana---which means that Marylanders could travel just minutes to legally buy marijuana.