The City Looks to Curb Crashes on I-83One of Baltimore's biggest arteries is getting a closer look. Engineers are set to zero in on the number of crashes on I-83 and how they can be prevented.
How Federal Workforce Hiring Freeze Will Impact MarylandersNow that President Donald Trump has ordered a hiring freeze for most federal workers, some Marylanders are worried about their future.
Police Search For 'Armed & Dangerous' Suspect In School Bus Stop ShootingPolice have released a photo of an armed and dangerous suspect who is wanted for a shooting at a school bus stop Tuesday morning.
The State's Uphill Battle Against Heroin AddictionGovernment and law enforcement are in an uphill battle against heroin addiction in Maryland and Governor Hogan signed an executive order Tuesday.
More Older Women Can Still Get Cervical Cancer, Hopkins Study FindsMost women stopped worrying about cervical cancer around age 65. But now, a Johns Hopkins study found that age cut-off may be fatally wrong.
UMD Professor Building Network For 'Inevitably Fired' Govt. ScientistsA professor is building a network of scientists to help government scientists who will "inevitably" be "fired for simply doing and talking about science."
Police Investigate Possible Murder-Suicide, Woman Missing From Work Over A WeekA man and woman were found dead in their Baltimore County home after the woman was reported missing from work for over a week.
Mom Injured In Deadly House Fire Released From HospitalThe mother who was injured in a northeast Baltimore house fire that killed six of her kids and hospitalized three others has been released from the hospital.
Maryland High School Graduation Rates Set New RecordThe percentage of Maryland students that are graduating high school has reached an all time high.
Maryland League of Conservation Voters Rates Gov. HoganThe Maryland League of Conservation Voters gave Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan an overall "Needs Improvement" grade on its 2017 report card.
Area Crews Working To Cleanup From Wind, Rain DamageThe grinders hard at work, a crew of seven and a crane is needed to slice up a massive tree that cut through a home in Columbia.
Hogan Announces New Measures to Address Opioid AddictionGov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced Tuesday they are rolling out new legislation that would counter Maryland's growing opioid addiction crisis.

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