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More Than Two Dozen Animals Found Dead In Baltimore FireMore than a dozen animals were found dead Tuesday after house fire in Baltimore
Raccoon Thrown From Car Tested Positive For RabiesOfficials say a raccoon that was thrown out of a vehicle earlier this week tested positive for rabies.
Baltimore Activates 'Code Blue' Emergency Monday And TuesdayThe Baltimore Department of Health and Human Resources has declared a Code Blue emergency.
Md. Health Department Working With CDC To Spot, Respond To Imported EbolaWith more than 700 people dead from the Ebola virus in West Africa, fears are running rampant of the virus spreading globally. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is siding on caution.
Woman Charged After Crashing SUV Into Government Building In TowsonScary scene. An SUV plows into a state government building in Baltimore County. Police say the driver was trying to park, but instead drove into the office.
Mercury Rising! It's Another Steamy One In MarylandSome potentially powerful thunderstorms are rolling through the region. Not only could we see more storms, it 's another steamy summer day.
Rabid Bat Found In Glen Burnie Apartment Complex Health officials say a rabid bat has been found in an apartment complex in Glen Burnie.
Activists Rally For Reform At Baltimore County Animal ShelterOutrage, anger and allegations. A group of activists claims animals are living in deplorable conditions at Baltimore County’s animal shelter. Right now they are rallying, demanding change.
Audit: Inappropriate Charges Made To State-Issued Credit CardsAn audit has found that four Maryland workers used state-issued credit cards to buy $255,000 of inappropriate items in recent years.
Md. Family Dog Tests Positive For Rabies After Fight With RacoonWorcester County health officials say a family dog in Snow Hill has tested positive for rabies.
Raccoon Found In Anne Arundel County Park Tests Positive For RabiesA rabies case has surfaced in an Anne Arundel County Park. An infected raccoon was found.
Md. Advocacy Group Joins N.H. Health Dept. To Share Lessons From Hepatitis C OutbreakAfter spending a year investigating the hepatitis C outbreak at Exeter Hospital, New Hampshire's public health department is working with two advocacy groups to share its recommendations. One of those groups is based in Maryland.
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