Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office No Longer Prosecuting For Marijuana Possession
The State's attorney for Baltimore announced in a press conference Tuesday that effective immediately, that her office will no longer prosecute marijuana possession regardless of weight or criminal history.

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2 Indictment For Conspiracy To Traffick Counterfeit Ray Bans, Pandora Jewelry, Mail FraudA federal grand jury has indicted Xiaoying Xu, 34, and Yiwen Zhu, 34, both Chinese citizens and legal permanent residents of the U.S., on a federal conspiracy charge, mail fraud and trafficking in counterfeit goods.
Annapolis Police Investigating Wednesday Afternoon ShootingOfficers are investigating a report of a shooting earlier Wednesday afternoon in Annapolis.
2 People Injured In Dog Attack In PikesvilleTwo people were injured Wednesday afternoon following a dog attack in Pikesville.
Trial Continues For Teen Suspect Charged In The Death Of Baltimore Co. Officers Amy CaprioWitnesses took the stand Wednesday in the trial against teen suspect Dawnta Harris, charged in the death of Baltimore County Police officer Amy Caprio.
Officers Honored For Cracking Decades Old Cold CaseThere was a special honor at the Statehouse in Annapolis on Wednesday for the Montgomery County police officers who cracked a decades-old cold case.
Elijah Cummings Leading The Charge Against Rising Drug PricesElijah Cummings blasted out a committee staff report Wednesday, showing how millions suffering from diabetes in the U.S. have faced steep increases in the cost of their insulin.
Towson University Unity Rally: 'This Is The Time To Roll Up Our Sleeves'The group joined Council for Islamic Relations and university leaders for a Unity Rally in response to the targeted hate group that stood on campus grounds last week- targeting the LGBTQ+ community and Muslims.

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Baltimore-Washington Area Gets Failing Grade For Air QualityA new report from the American Lung Association has Charm City ranked as one of the most ozone-polluted cities in the nation.
City Officials Review Safety Of Pimlico GrandstandCity code enforcement met with the Maryland Jockey Club to make sure Pimlico would be safe for Preakness attendees in light of the grandstand seats being deemed "unsafe" in a recent report.
City Residents Can Now Serve On Police Trial BoardsBaltimore City residents can now serve on police trial boards, having a say in how officers are disciplined when they are charged with misconduct.
Man Possibly Abducted In Baltimore Found Safe, Police SayPolice said they are still investigating the circumstances around his disappearance.
Former Priests Added To Archdiocese Of Baltimore’s Online List Of Clergy Accused Of Child Sexual AbuseArchbishop William E. Lori announced Wednesday that 23 names of deceased priests and brothers were added to an online list of clergy accused of child sexual abuse.
Famed 'Salt Water Cowboy' Dies In Tragic Accident, Chincoteague Fire Officials SayA famed Salt Water Cowboy, the volunteers who help corral the wild ponies on Chincoteague Island, died in an accident, according to local officials. Matt Yurus reports.
Historic Hampden Church Turned Workspace Set To Open This WeekFrom Honfest to the Miracle on 34th Street and much more, Hampden is known as one of Baltimore's most unique neighborhoods.
Viral Photo: Man Sees Elderly Woman Eating Alone, Invites Her To Eat With HimAn Alabama man message for young people went viral after he saw an elderly woman eating alone while he was out with his friends. Matt Yurus reports.
Jury Deliberations Continue In Secret Tunnels Death TrialJury deliberations continued on Wednesday in the case of a fire death of a man who was helping another man dig tunnels for a nuclear bunker beneath a Maryland home.
Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson Targeted Supreme Court Justices, Officials SayWhen prosecutors return to court in Prince George's County on Thursday, their goal is straight forward- keep Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson locked up, pending a trial on gun and drug charges.
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Elijah Cummings Report Finds US Medicare Patients Are Paying Up To 92 Percent More For Insulin Than Other CountriesElijah Cummings blasted out a committee staff report Wednesday, showing how millions suffering from diabetes in the U.S. have faced steep increases in the cost of their insulin.
7 People Taken To Hospital Due To 'Unknown Odor' After Spirit Airlines Flight Turns Around At BWISeven people were rushed to the hospital just after takeoff at Baltimore Washington International Marshall Airport, due to an "unknown odor" onboard Wednesday.
3 Aides To Mayor Catherine Pugh Fired By Acting Mayor Jack YoungThree of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's aides were fired earlier this week, as her leave of absence continues.
Listeria, Salmonella Found In Ice Cream Manufacturing Facilities After Recalls, FDA ReportsAfter a series of recalls, an investigation into safety issues at US ice cream makers forced one manufacturer to cease operations and resulted in three voluntary recalls, the US Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.
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Ed Reed Teams Up With Saints Coach For Celebrity Golf TournamentHe teamed up with New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton for the Zurich Classic Celebrity Shootout in The Big Easy.
New Red Light, Speed Cameras Installed Along Several Baltimore RoadwaysNew red light and speed cameras were installed along several Baltimore roadways Tuesday.

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