Parents Steaming Over No A\C In 37 Baltimore Co. SchoolsParents are steaming in Baltimore County after a lack air conditioning at 37 schools is causing major problems.
37 Baltimore Co. Schools Closed Monday Due To New AC PolicyThirty-seven Baltimore County schools will be closed Monday due to the the county's new policy that requires those without air conditioning to cancel classes when it's too hot.
Bicyclist Dead After Collision With Pickup In Baltimore CountyA fatal accident involving a pickup truck and a man riding a bicycle is being investigated in Baltimore County.
County School's AC Policy Stirs ControversyBaltimore County Schools have closed dozens of schools that are still without air conditioning as part of the new excessive heat policy.
Some Concerned Over School's Decision to Not Factor In HomeworkSchool officials in Baltimore County are speaking out after a new controversial grading policy goes into effect.
Baltimore Co. Schools Won't Be Grading Students on Homework, BehaviorA new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.
One Killed In Catonsville Overnight CrashA 41-year-old man died in a car accident on Interstate 695 near Interstate 95 in Catonsville, Baltimore County.
Sunday, August 7, 2016Personal Trainer Margreta Rempert shares tips on staying fit while living a busy life.
Police: Followers Urged Woman Live-Streaming Standoff To Defy OfficersInvestigators say Korryn Gaines was live streaming parts of the seven-hour standoff with police.
Police: Armed Woman Killed In Shootout With Police; 5-Year-Old InjuredBaltimore County police are continuing their investigation into the fatal police-involved shooting of an armed woman which also left a 5-year-old boy shot in Randallstown on Monday.
Man Shot, Woman Injured After Incident In DundalkTwo people were injured after a shooting in Baltimore County on Friday.
Retesting Ordered For Thousands of 'Lead-Free' Md. HomesThousands of Maryland homes that were certified lead-free will now be subject to additional testing after state investigators found traces of lead in homes a private inspector said were safe.

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