2nd Man Shot And Killed In Baltimore After 12 Days Without HomicideAn adult male is dead after a shooting Tuesday evening in Baltimore.
New Video Released For 2016 Baltimore Cold CaseBaltimore police release new video hoping it will lead to the person who killed a teacher's aid in 2016.
New President Appointed To University Of Maryland Medical CenterA month after a patient was found left outside wearing nothing but a hospital gown, a new president has been appointed.
National Portrait Gallery's Obama Portraits Unveiled, Michelle's Was Done By Baltimore ArtistThe National Portrait Gallery has unveiled portraits of former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama, including one painted by a Baltimore-based artist.
In The Market For A New Car? The Motor Trend International Auto Show Is The Place To BeIt's a car lover's playground, 500 new cars are parked at the Baltimore Convention Center with experts at every station to answer your auto questions.
Police: Concern For Missing Man's Well-BeingAuthorities are searching for a missing Baltimore man who was last seen Wednesday morning.
NAACP Report Details Inequality Gap For African Americans In BaltimoreA report from the NAACP shows the disparity amongst African Americans and others in Baltimore and cities across the country. 
Man Accused Of Dressing As Woman In Murder Gets New TrialA Baltimore man who authorities say disguised himself as a woman to carry out a murder has been granted a new trial.
'Southwest: The Magazine' Includes 24-Page Feature On Baltimore"Southwest: The Magazine" will include a 24-page feature on Baltimore in its next issue.
Mayor Pugh Establishes Baltimore LGBTQ CommissionBaltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has established the Baltimore LGBTQ Commission to assist the city with issues affecting the LGBTQ community.
Redevelopment Of Southeast Baltimore Warehouse Still Expected Following Nov. FireAfter years of being vacant and surviving a two-alarm fire, the plan to transform a sprawling warehouse in Southeast Baltimore, is closer than ever.
U.S. Customs And Border Officers Seize Nearly 3,000 Counterfeit Sinks Worth $1MU.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized nearly 3,000 counterfeit stainless steel sinks worth more than $1 million Wednesday, according to officials.

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