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- Jesse Jackson Jr. Leaves Prison, Reports To Baltimore Halfway House Former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. arrived at a Baltimore facility late Thursday night from federal prison. Now he says he wants a second chance from his constituents.
- Maryland Ranked 1st On Getting To Work Last Travel woes. If you feel like you're spending too much time sitting in traffic, you are not alone.
- City Officials Unveils 6-Week Criminal Justice Camp For Youngsters Baltimore's State's Attorney wants to influence Baltimore’s school kids and what they think about the criminal justice system.
- Baltimore Cop Reunited With Missing Pooch Thanks To Fellow Officer This year's National Puppy Day had a special meaning for one Baltimore police officer. It's the day he found his lost dog.
- Ravens' John Urschel NFL Pro By Day, Math Wiz By Night It's an unusual equation--how many pro-football players in the NFL publish a complex academic paper? The answer is one and it's John Urschel from the Baltimore Ravens.
- MSP Superintendent Sworn In, 100 Troopers Added To Force Maryland has a new top cop tonight, Colonel William Pallozzi is now the new Maryland State Police Superintendent.
- Police: 2 Charged In Feb. Frederick High Shooting Police say they've charged two men in a shooting at Frederick High School that injured two teenage boys last month.
- Osprey Couple Tom and Audrey Are Back In Town As a couple, Tom and Audrey let it all hang out on camera. And thanks to a web site, anyone can watch.
- City Officials Propose A Bike Friendly Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to create a bike friendly Baltimore.
- 'A Tale of Three Coffins' Exhibition Comes To Md. Historical Society A discovery both spooky and breathtaking, A Tale of Three Coffins is the new exhibition at the Maryland Historical Society.
- Md. Senator Leading Push For National 'Blue Alert' To Protect Police Protecting the police officers who protect us. A Maryland senator is leading a push to crack down on criminals who target police.
- Mayor Mike Pantelides Parodies NCAA 'In The Annapolis' Ad Striking while the iron is hot. The mayor in Annapolis is taking quick advantage of the NCAA Tournament commercial featuring Charles Barkley, Samuel L. Jackson and Spike Lee.