Hampden Community Holds Vigil for New York Man Killed by Baltimore ManResidents of Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood sent a message of inclusion and sorrow as they held a vigil to remember a New York man who was allegedly stabbed in a hate crime by a Baltimore resident.
Orioles Season Ticket-Holders Get First Dibs at Seats at Tag DayWith thousands of seating options, season ticket holders have a lot to consider before they make their final selection.
BPD ID'd Officer Who Shot & Killed Man; Held 2 Toddlers at Knife-pointReno Joseph Owens Jr., 39, allegedly barricaded himself in a bedroom while holding two young children at the point of a butcher's knife, one was 4 years old and the other 1 years old.
Women's History Month Rally Held In Annapolis A rally was held in Annapolis this morning as participants spoke out on issues affecting women
Mayor Pugh Vetoes $15 Minimum Wage Bill, Workers, Business Owners ReactThe push to raise Baltimore city's minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour by 2022 hits a major roadblock. On Friday, Mayor Catherine Pugh announced she would not sign off on the measure.
Man Stopped For Medical Emergency, Found To Be Sex Trafficking Suspect By PoliceHoward County police have arrested and charged a Pikesville man with human trafficking after officers learned he was forcing women into prostitution and taking their money.
Police: Waldorf Father Killed Daughters, Shot Wife Before Turning Gun On HimselfA Waldorf man killed his two daughters and shot his wife before turning the gun on himself inside their home Thursday night, police say.
Baby Boy Killed, Babysitter Injured After Family Dog AttacksDeputies say a Lusby family's pet killed a baby boy and injured his babysitter. Only gunfire could stop a deadly dog attack in Calvert County, but not in time to save a young victim.
Gov. Hogan on City School Deficit: 'Getting Close But Not There Yet'Getting close but not there yet. That's how Governor Larry Hogan describes efforts between his office and the City on closing the Baltimore City Schools multi-million dollar deficit.
Bigger, Better 'Light City' Set To Kick Off Next WeekPreparations are underway for Light City 2017, and the second annual free festival promises to be even grander than last year.
Johns Hopkins Develops Video Game to Help Stroke PatientsResearchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers are using video games to help stimulate brain recovery and improve patients' quality of life.
Md. Grand Jury Indicts Mother for Murdering Her Son Over Video GamesA grand jury has indicted a mother for murdering her teenage son, after an argument about video games in February.

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