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Baltimore City Schools Remain ColdIn these cold temperatures broken heating symptoms again closed several Baltimore City schools Tuesday, angering parents.
WJZ Investigates: Fixing Baltimore's Cold SchoolsWJZ goes inside one of Baltimore City's most troubled public school buildings to get answers from the schools' CEO about heating issues and learn more about the bitter cold conditions from a former NFL player and current teacher whose viral video drew national attention to the problem.
Governor Hogan Expected To Meet With Mayor Pugh To Discuss School HeatingA day after parents expressed their outrage over classrooms that are still without heating, Governor Larry Hogan and Mayor Catherine Pugh are scheduled to meet with each other to speak about the issue.
Government Officials Offer Solutions To Repair Damage Done By Freezing Baltimore SchoolsCity and state leaders continue to throw money and resources at fixing widespread heating problem inside Baltimore City schools. 
Mayor Catherine Pugh To Provide Update On Repairs To City SchoolsOn Monday morning, Mayor Catherine Pugh is expected to provide an update on the status of the emergency repairs that have been made to Baltimore City Schools.
Nearly All Baltimore City Schools To Reopen After Repairs To Heating SystemsBaltimore City schools will reopen Monday following the unprecedented decision to close after classrooms were left with no heat as temperatures plummeted. 
Coppin State Student Sets Up Go-Fund Me Page To Help City SchoolsAs Baltimore City Schools work to keep their buildings warm over the bitterly cold days, a college student felt compelled to help students.
Report: Baltimore Schools Forced To Return Millions In State Funds For Failed Heating RepairsBaltimore City schools had to return millions in state funding for building repairs after projects to fix failing heating systems and roofs grew too expensive or took too long.
Baltimore School Enrollment Down To A 10-Year LowEnrollment in Baltimore City schools is down to its lowest number in a decade with 1,700 fewer students this year.
Fewer Students Being Kicked Out Of School In BaltimoreSchool suspensions in Baltimore city schools have fallen over the last year. That's according to our media partners at The Baltimore Sun. 
New School, New Start: Ravens Pitch In To Renovate Renaissance AcademyAfter a student was stabbed in a science class at Renaissance Academy in 2015, the district to consider closing the troubled school, but now students have a fresh start after the Ravens stepped in to help.
Morgan Stanley Renovates Baltimore Head Start's PlaygroundMore than 100 volunteers from Morgan Stanley spent their work day building, painting and perfecting a brand new playground area in hopes of giving the City's youngest a head start at Union Baptist Harvey Johnson Headstart. 

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