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Crews Battle House Fire In North BaltimoreBaltimore City firefighters responded to a house fire in northern Baltimore City on Tuesday morning.
Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night ForecastYou may need an umbrella on Tuesday; some showers are in the forecast.
Looking Back: The Blizzard Of 1958The anniversary of the blizzard of 1958 occurred over the weekend. Bob Turk remembers it well; here's him checking a thermometer in a snowdrift that's over his head!
Alleged Peeping Tom Arrested For Filming Inside Bathrooms At Johns Hopkins UniversityA woman told a security guard that while she was trying to use a women's bathroom stall at Hodson Hall when she saw the suspect, now identified as Zachary Campbell, with his phone trying to film from a nearby stall.
Joseph Buxton Dead After Falling From Queen Seat In Rocks State ParkPolice said Joseph Buxton, of Savage, had climbed out onto the rocks around 10:40 a.m. Monday when he lost his footing and fell. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Woman Hospitalized After Being Shot Multiple Times In Northeast BaltimoreA woman is in the hospital after she was shot multiple times earlier Monday afternoon in Northeast Baltimore
Virginia Lawmakers Reject Assault Weapon BanVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam's push to ban the sale of assault weapons has failed after members of his own party balked at the proposal.
40 Dead Snow Geese Found Scattered Along Road In Talbot County40 dead snow geese were found scattered along a road in Talbot County later Sunday night, with no indication of who left them there.
Baltimore Buzz: Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In BaltimoreSomeone who bought a lottery ticket in Baltimore is a whole lot richer now!
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastIt'll be a bit of a roller coaster this week with the temperatures.
Health Experts Urge Caution As Flu Remains Widespread In MarylandThe flu season remains very active in Maryland, with the latest numbers from the state health department showing an uptick in the number of confirmed cases of influenza.
You Can Help Name Baltimore's New Trash WheelMister Trash Wheel, Professor Trash Wheel and Captain Trash Wheel are about to be joined by a currently-unnamed fourth trash wheel, and the Waterfront Partnership is asking for help choosing its name.
Bowie State University Opens Free Food Pantry LoungeBowie State University, working with Food Lion, announced Monday it is opening a new on-campus nutrition lounge supplying free and healthy foods.
Family Sues Baltimore City For Deadly 2018 Trench CollapseThe family of a man killed in a trench collapse in Baltimore in 2018 has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city.
Man Dead After Falling From Queen Seat In Rocks State ParkA 22-year-old man died Monday after he slipped and fell from the Queen Seat area in Rocks State Park, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police said.
Greenbelt Police Warn Of Robberies Involving Dating AppsPolice in Greenbelt are investigating several armed robberies linked to a dating website.
Heather Meisel Accused Of Throwing Molotov Cocktail Into Glen Burnie Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom HallA Halethorpe woman was arrested after allegedly throwing a molotov cocktail into a Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall in Glen Burnie, law enforcement in Anne Arundel County say.
A Look Inside Baltimore's 'Gallery About Nothing,' The First-Ever Hip Hop MuseumBlack History Month is an opportune time to highlight a hidden gem in Baltimore: the first-ever hip-hop museum.
Task Force Presents A Dozen Recommendations Designed To Keep E-Cigarettes Away From KidsA state task force has come up with a dozen recommendations that would regulate the electronic cigarette industry in an effort to prevent e-cigarettes and other products from getting into the hands of those under 21.
Victim's Wife Pleads For Tips In Unsolved Tractor-Trailer Hit-And-RunA wife has an emotional plea for answers two months after her husband survived being hit by a tractor-trailer in Baltimore County.
Detective Continues To Recover After NE Baltimore Police-Involved ShootingThe Baltimore City police officer who was shot while serving a warrant in northeast Baltimore last week continues to recover from his injuries, the city police union said Monday.
Critically Ill Children Go On Scavenger Hunt At Ripley's Believe It or Not! In BaltimoreThe Presidents' Day holiday presented a unique opportunity for critically ill children in Baltimore. 
Hundreds Rally In Favor Of Kirwan Education LegislationHundreds of students, teachers and education advocates rallied Monday in support of a bill that would increase state spending on education by billions of dollars annually.
Officials: Pedestrian Hit By Vehicle In AnnapolisCrews are on the scene of a pedestrian-involved crash in Annapolis Monday evening.

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