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Baltimore County High School Graduate Recovering After Ocean City Diving AccidentCalvert Hall College High School graduate Ben Paepcke is recovering in Shock Trauma after a traumatic diving accident in Ocean City.
Planned Parenthood President, Former Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leaves Over 'Philosophical Differences'Dr. Leana Wen is stepping down as Planned Parenthood president.
Elkton Police Searching For Bank Robbery SuspectPolice in Elkton are asking for help identifying a man in connection with a bank robbery Tuesday morning.
Reported Home Explosion Leaves Maintenance Worker Injured, Family DisplacedOne person was injured and a family was displaced by a fire and reported explosion in Baltimore County Tuesday.
Virginia Man Accuses Developer Of Harming 200-Year-Old GraveA Virginia landowner and a housing developer are engaged in a dispute over reported damage to 200-year-old headstones at a revolutionary war-era cemetery. Katie Johnston reports.
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Firefighters Battling Brush Fire Near Railroad Tracks In East BaltimoreFirefighters are over the scene of a brush fire along I-895 at exit 57.
'Beyond The Scoreboard' Summer Camp Combines Sports And Life SkillsA new program in East Baltimore teaches sports and life skills to student-athletes this summer.
US Marshals Offer $5K For Man Wanted In Death Of 10-Year-Old Makiyah WilsonThe U.S. Marshals Service is offering $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man accused of killing a 10-year-old girl who was headed out for ice cream. Katie Johnston reports.
Court Reinstates Challenge To 'Habitual Drunkard' LawA federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit challenging a Virginia law that allows police to arrest and jail people designated as "habitual drunkards" if they are caught with alcohol. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Collecting Food Donations For Orioles Food DriveThe Baltimore Orioles host the Boston Red Sox this weekend, and WJZ is looking for two types of wins.

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