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Letters Sent To Gilmore Homes Residents Following Sex For Repairs Lawsuit
The Baltimore Housing Authority addressed what residents say have been chronic harassment at Gilmor Homes by housing maintenance employees with a letter to residents.
AACo. Police Investigating Racist Post Made On School's Website
School officials in Anne Arundel County want to know who's responsible for a racist post on a school website which has now prompted a police investigation.
Amtrak Threatens Shutdown If Congress Does't Act
Amtrak is threatening to shut down a large part of its rail system in the next few weeks if Congress doesn't extend a deadline for certain safety measures.
Carjacking Suspect Who Crashed Into Ft. Meade Gate Hid In Storm Drain Overnight
Anne Arundel County police have located a carjacking suspect who allegedly crashed into a Ft. Meade gate Wednesday night and then fled.
Mayor Talks About Baltimore's Future As Freddie Gray Trials Loom
U.S. Mayors, hoping to have presidential candidates take up issues important to cities, have a front person Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
Environmentalists Return From 30-Day Kayak Voyage On Delmarva & Chesapeake Waterways
The Upstream Alliance kayaking crew concluded a 30-day, 500-mile journey around the Chesapeake Bay and Delmarva Peninsula
Baltimore's Batman To Be Honored At Annual 'Save A Limb' Event
As the patients get ready for their annual Save A Limb event, they're honoring one of their biggest supporters: the late Baltimore Batman, Lenny B. Robinson.
During Radio Interview, Carson Claims He Was Held At Gun Point In Baltimore
Maryland's Ben Carson says his remarks about the Oregon community college massacre—which have caused some back lash—was taken out of context.
Gov. Hogan Calls Final Round Of Treatment 'Light At The End Of The Tunnel'
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is gearing up for his sixth and final round of chemotherapy. To celebrate, Hogan decided to help hand out dinner to families at the Ronald McDonald House of Baltimore.
As El Faro Search Ends, Family Of Baltimore Crew Member Remains Hopeful
The search for 33 survivors, including a Baltimore man, is suspended after a 790-foot cargo ship disappears during Hurricane Joaquin.
Wind Advisory Helps Save Kidnapped Maryland Woman
A woman who says her ex-boyfriend abducted her has been rescued after Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel employees helped the suspect move his surfboards across the bridge.
Coast Guard Suspends Cargo Ship Search
The U.S. Coast Guard is ending its search for the 33 missing crew members from the cargo ship that sank last week during hurricane Joaquin.