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- Suicide Bomber At Ariana Grande Concert Kills 22, Injures Dozens An apparent suicide bomber attacked an Ariana Grande concert as it ended Monday night, killing 22 people among a panicked crowd of young concertgoers.
- Slain Bowie St. Student Honored At Ceremony Where He Was To Graduate A Bowie State student who was fatally stabbed by stranger was honored at the commencement ceremony where he would have walked across the stage.
- City Agencies Helping Children Recover From Violence Baltimore City agencies are sharing expertise and office space to provide services to child victims of trauma and violence.
- Officers Could Be Fired Following Freddie Gray Investigation Following investigation into the Freddie Gray case, multiple Baltimore PD officers face internal discipline, while three officers could be terminated.
- Suspect In Deadly UMD Stabbing 'Absolute Danger To Community'; Bail Denied The FBI is investigating a fatal stabbing at the University of Maryland in College Park as a possible hate crime after investigators found ties to a racist Facebook group.
- Dangerous 'Flame Jetting' Phenomenon Kills Hundreds Every Year It's a phenomenon that turns every day items into dangerous, even deadly, flamethrowers. It's called "flame-jetting."
- Bowie State Holds Vigil In Memory Of Killed Student Lt. Richard Collins Hundreds of people packed the auditorium at Bowie State University on Monday night to remember Richard Collins III.
- Program Trains Next Generation Of Maritime Workers The New Era Academy is the only public high school teaching the maritime trades.
- Tradition Continued: Herndon Monument Climb For Class Of 2020 A continued tradition at the U.S. Naval Academy as the plebes, or freshmen, climb the Herndon Monument to officially become midshipmen.
- MD SPCA Puppy Loses Battle With Parvo A puppy WJZ recently reported was fighting a deadly disease called parvo, has died.
- Fs and Ds On Baltimore's 'Healthy Harbor Report Card' Baltimore's "Healthy Harbor Report Card" was released Monday, showing that the city's waterways are mostly failing.
- Shopping At Local Business In May Supports Women's Health Org A group of Baltimore businesses are teaming up to raise money for a non-profit that provides aid to women and children around the world.