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- Pet Owners With Drug Addiction Turning To Animal Abuse To Obtain Painkillers Drug addicted pet owners are turning to animal abuse to score their next fix, in a disturbing and desperate trend.
- Manhunt Continues For Escaped Prisoner, Police Offering $5K Reward A male prisoner has escaped while being transported to the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center in Jessup, according to Howard County Police.
- Concern Over Netflix Series '13 Reason Why' Glorifying Teen Suicide A controversial Netflix series is causing school districts across the country, and in Maryland, to warn parents about the risks of teen suicide.
- Teachers' 'Smashing' Draws Criticism Taking out anger in 'smash rooms' is all the rage. But one Maryland principal is getting some serious backlash for it.
- The Biggest Charm City Bluegrass Festival Yet This will be the biggest Charm City Bluegrass Festival yet.
- Mysterious Uptick in the Deaths of Humpback Whales NOAA can't explain the uptick in the deaths of humpback whales.
- Puppy Who Was Near Death Is In Better Health About a month ago, Howard County asked for help in a case involving a puppy that was locked up in a plastic container and left for dead.
- New Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Reflects on Leaving Baltimore With Vic Carter In his 12 years as the chief federal prosecutor in Maryland, Rod Rosenstein has done a lot.
- Police: Man Tied Up Elderly Couple During Home Invasion Police have arrested a 45-year-old man accused of a targeted home invasion of an elderly couple in Baltimore County early Wednesday morning.
- United Reaches Agreement With Passenger Dragged Off Plane The Kentucky man who was dragged off a United Airlines flight in Chicago has reached a settlement with the airline for an undisclosed amount.
- Suspect In Delaware Trooper Shooting Killed By Police After 18-Hour Barricade The 18-hour standoff between police and a suspect accused of shooting and killing a Delaware State Trooper has ended in the suspect's death.
- The Power of the Pencil Takes on Fight Against Drug Addiction Baltimore County middle school students are fighting drug addiction with art.