Video Captures Apparent Road Rage Incident Along Southbound I-95 State highway police investigate a wild scene on Interstate 95 that looks like a bad case of road rage. Police are trying to figure out how things got so heated.
Police Investigating Possible Child Abuse Between Principal, StudentA moment of fun turns ugly at a Baltimore City high school. Sources say the principal at Reginald F. Lewis High School made a big mistake.
Cell Phone Video Captures Police Incident Now Under InvestigationA man is in critical condition following a videotaped encounter with city police. But questions still remain about what happened in the moments after the arrest that put him in the hospital.
2 Shot In The City Overnight, 1 FatallyPolice are investigating a pair of overnight shootings in the city.
Hazmat Situation Shuts Down Baltimore NeighborhoodA hazmat situation shut down a south Baltimore neighborhood.
NFL Players Union May Appeal Ray Rice's Indefinite SuspensionNew developments in the Ray Rice scandal. The players union left open the possibility it will appeal Rice's indefinite suspension.
Students Disciplined After Bringing Confederate Flags To SchoolStudents at a Howard County high school were disciplined for displaying a controversial symbol twice during school events.
Towson Cheerleaders Drank Alcohol, Danced In Diapers In Alleged Hazing RitualDrinking and diapers. The hazing allegations at Towson University are now public. The school's top ranked cheerleading team was suspended for a semester following an off-campus incident.
Father Of Boy Suspended For Molding Pastry Into Gun Still Fighting PunishmentThe fate of an Anne Arundel County boy is still in limbo one year after he ate a Pop Tart into the form of a gun at school.
2 Arrested In Altercation At Md. House of Delegates Office Building Police say an altercation broke out in the office building for the Maryland House of Delegates on the last day of the legislative session, but no lawmakers were involved.
Police: KIPP Academy Lockdown Likely Caused By Md. Journalism Student's Tripod Mistaken For WeaponBaltimore Police say a lockdown at KIPP Academy may have been caused by a tripod being mistaken for a weapon, and the person with the camera equipment was a journalism student from the University of Maryland on assignment at the school.
Police On Scene Of Pepper Spray Incident At Baltimore SchoolPolice are on the scene of a pepper spray incident at New Era Academy.
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