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Former Raven Ray Rice takes to national television, saying he's been rehabilitated and pleading for a second chance in the NFL. So far, no team has hired him.
National groups are mounting an aggressive ad war in the state for and against the agreement. That's because Senator Ben Cardin will play a pivotal role in whether the deal lives or dies.
The nonstop spike in crime from month to month has one of Maryland's top congressional leaders begging for an end to what he calls "black on black" violence.
A firefighter is injured fighting an early morning house fire in Howard County. It started when a storm moved through the area around 5 a.m. Tuesday.
Getting away with murder in Baltimore. It's happening all too often. A shockingly low number of those crimes are being solved.
Hotels and restaurants across Baltimore are still feeling the impact of April's riots. But despite the negativity surrounding the city, Baltimore was picked to host the National Urban League in 2016.
Cutting America's carbon footprint to lessen the impact of climate change is going to be a challenge for states.
It may be hard to believe that public schools open in less than a month. If you have back-to-school shopping to do, get your list ready by next week. Sunday starts the state's annual tax-free week.
Boarded up and falling down. Thousands of vacant homes in Baltimore City a blight on many neighborhoods.
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy explained they are splitting up.

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