Women From All Over Prepare For Women's March On Washington SaturdayAs President Trump starts his first fulls days in office, thousands of women will descend on Washington D.C. to denounce the inauguration of the new president.
Police Arrest Man Who Stole Car With Kids InsidePolice have arrested the man wanted for carjacking a vehicle with children still inside. The children were found just a short time later.
Anne Arundel Co. Sheriff Asking School Kids For Help In Naming New K9 Unit DogThe Anne Arundel County Sheriff has a dilemma, but it doesn't involve bad guys. As Mike Schuh reports, he's asking elementary school kids in the County to help him name the department's next police dog.
Fatal 'Bow Riding' Accident Behind New Boating RegulationsMaryland lawmakers move to end the practice of bow riding after a deadly accident last summer.
Thousands Travel To D.C. For InaugurationFor many Trump supporters, it's a new day, as Donal J. Trump is now the 45th President of the United States.
City Police Search for Man Involved in Carjacking of 2 Young ChildrenBaltimore City Police issued an Amber Alert for two young children involved in a carjacking Thursday evening that were later found.
Fire Crews Battle Apartment Fire in RandallstownThe Baltimore County Fire Department responded to a fire in the 8500 block of Glen Michael Lane in Randallstown Thursday night.
FBI: Winter Hat Robber Strikes AgainThe Winter Hat Robber struck again in Ellicott City, according to the Baltimore division of the FBI.
President-elect Trump Attends Inaugural Kick-off ConcertThe incoming first family attends a huge concert celebration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. This is only the start of what will be a busy 24 hours for the president-elect and his family.
Donald Trump Has Lowest Approval Rating Ever for an Incoming PresidentPresident-elect Donald Trump enters the White House with the least favorable opinion poll in decades. A new CBS poll looks at how his popularity compares to previous incoming presidents.
Baltimore Dedicates $3 Million To Plug Holes In Police ForceBaltimore's mayor says the city will spend $3 million to put more cops on the beat.
Baltimore Bus System Gets New Look And New NameMore than 250,000 people take the bus in Baltimore every day. Now their "ride" is getting a new look and a better connection.

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