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- Bill Cosby Performs In Baltimore, Protestors Not Far Behind Accusations of sexual assault followed Bill Cosby to Baltimore as he appeared at the Lyric last night.
- Local Group Offers Free Prom Dresses To Students In Baltimore For many high school students, next to graduation, prom is one of the most exciting nights of high school. It's also an expensive night.
- Baltimore Officials Want Vacant Lot To Become Hopkins Housing Project New life comes to a vacant lot in Baltimore as city leaders unveil planes to fill it with a student housing project at Johns Hopkins University.
- Obama Talks About 'The Wire' With Creator David Simon Talk of overhauling the criminal justice system is serious business - but before diving into the subject, President Barack Obama had something else he wanted to say.
- Unwanted Visitors On The National Mall Washington D.C. may be a tourist mecca, but there's one visitor the city would like to see go home.
- Imagination Comes To Life On Stage At BSA A quarter of the students at the Baltimore School for the Arts are involved in a fascinating live performance--the likes of which have never been seen before on their stage.
- Missing Va. Boy Found In Septic Tank The search for a missing 5-year old from Virginia comes to a tragic end.
- Baby Boy Born Along Maryland Highway Most people on Interstate 270 in the morning are in a hurry. But one baby was so ready to greet the world, he didn't bother waiting for his mother to reach a hospital.
- Towson University's TigerTHON Kicks Off Organizers of this year's TigerTHON are hoping to raise $200,000 dollars for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
- 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.