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- 71-Year-Old Man Killed In Baltimore Shopping Center Shooting The search is still on for the shooter who opened fire on a busy shopping center. The gunfire sent customers and business owners scrambling to take cover.
- More Heavy Rain, Coastal Flooding Strikes Ocean City As nor'easter-like conditions continue to pound the Ocean City region, officials are monitoring flooding and warning the public to use common sense during the storm.
- 1 Killed, 4 Hurt In Shooting At Baltimore Shopping Center A massive manhunt is on for the gunmen who opened fire outside a crowded shopping center in the middle of the afternoon.
- Maryland Residents, Businesses Preparing For Potential Flooding Maryland officials are urging residents and business owners to get prepared for potential flooding as a Nor'easter rolls into our region.
- Ocean City Closes Beach As Nor'Easter Bring Strong Winds, Surf As the first part of a Nor'easter comes through the region, the winds and surf are picking up in Ocean City where the mayor just announced that the beach was officially closed until further notice.
- Police Use 'Yellow Alert' To Catch Hit-And-Run Drivers Yellow alert. It's the state's newest weapon to find drivers involved in deadly hit-and-run accidents.
- Designer Names For A Good Cause At The 'One Great Thing' Sale Jewelry, shoes, handbags and big name designers. It’s all part of the "One Great Thing" sale this weekend which benefits the House of Ruth Maryland.
- New Life Coming To Baltimore's Harborplace At The Inner Harbor New life coming to downtown Baltimore. Often called the crown jewel of Charm City, Harborplace at the Inner Harbor is getting a facelift.
- Baltimore Riots Arson Suspect Appears In Federal Court Federal agencies promising to track down looters and arsonists from April's riots have charged another suspect.
- SPCA Of Anne Arundel Promotes Pet Adoption With Music Video The SPCA of Anne Arundel County gets creative as it promotes pet adoption.
- Preps Underway As Hurricane Joaquin Eyes East Coast State emergency officials are constantly monitoring the storms paths as residents and business owners along the water are nervous about what Joaquin will bring.
- New Details Emerge In Death Of Baltimore Third Grader New details emerge of what happened at a Baltimore City school where a young boy suffered an accidental fall and died days later.