A Prince George's County woman was caught with a loaded handgun in her carry-on bag by TSA officers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Friday.

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1 Person Hospitalized After Shooting In Middle RiverOne person was hospitalized after a shooting in Middle River late Monday night, Baltimore County Police said.
Harford County Man Arrested On Child Pornography ChargesA Harford County man was arrested and charged Tuesday after a Maryland State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigation developed evidence supporting charges of distribution and possession of child pornography.
Ripken Baseball To Bring Youth Games To Disney In 2020Cal Ripken is expanding his youth baseball experience.
Family Prepares To Bury Son Of Coppin State Coach Amid Push To Stop Baltimore ViolenceThe sister of Sherman Reed Jr. is still struggling to come to terms with his murder. He shared a passion for athletics and family like his father, Sherman Reed Sr., the head baseball coach at Coppin State University.
AACO Must Open Private Beach To The Public, Officials SayMaryland's Natural Resources Department is mandating a county open up a small stretch of beach access to the public, saying it's been used privately and in violation of grant agreements for 30 years.
Maryland Workplace Safety Officials Cite Violations At BWIAs part of a Maryland Occupational Safety and Health investigation, a grounds-services vendor has been cited for violations at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Airport.
Dr. Leana Wen Lands New Job At George Washington UniversityDr. Leana Wen, the former president of Planned Parenthood and Baltimore City Health Commissioner, has taken a job at George Washington University.
Rabid Raccoon Found, Health Department Searching For Man Who Removed It From RoadwayBaltimore County Department of Health and Human Services is searching for a man who removed a rabid racoon from a roadway on Friday.
Baltimore City Council Passes New Ethics RulesBaltimore City Council has passed a new ethics rule in the wake of a scandal causing the resignation of former mayor Catherine Pugh.

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Community Advocates, Volunteers Work To Cleanup Trash In BaltimoreCommunity advocates and volunteers continue to ride a wave of civic pride that is motivating neighborhood cleanups around Baltimore City.
Rep. Cummings Hosts Forum On Preventing, Treating And Healing Childhood Trauma In BaltimoreRep. Elijah Cummings hosted a forum Tuesday on preventing, treating and healing childhood trauma in Baltimore.
Laurel Police Officers Help Deliver Baby On Side Of RoadOver the weekend, a couple flagged down several officers on Maryland Route 198. The man told officers his wife was in labor and the baby was on her way.
Inmate Indicted In Fellow Inmate's Murder At Maryland Correctional Training CenterA 39-year-old inmate at the Maryland Correctional Training Facility in Hagerstown has been indicted in the murder of a fellow inmate in May, state police said Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
New Floor Opens At MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital To Help Inpatient TreatmentThe elevator doors open Wednesday to a new era of healing at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital.
Multiple Tires Slashed In North Baltimore OvernightAn investigation is underway after several cars' tires were slashed in a north Baltimore community.
Body Found At Brush Fire Site Ruled A HomicideMaryland authorities say a body found over the weekend while firefighters battled a brush fire is a homicide victim. Katie Johnston reports.
1 Person Killed In Utility Pole Crash In TowsonA crash has turned fatal after a person's vehicle crashed into a utility pole.
Keshon Nowlin Laid To Rest TuesdayKeshon Nowlin was laid to rest Tuesday after a packed funeral service at Bibleway Christian Fellowship Church.
BPD Sgt. Isaac Carrington 'Progressing,' Commissioner Michael Harrison SaysBaltimore Police Sergeant Isaac Carrington, who was shot a week and a half ago during an attempted armed robbery, continues to recover at Shock Trauma and "still has a long way to go," Commissioner Michael Harrison said Tuesday.
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Paul Ryan Moving To Maryland, But Not Selling Wisconsin HomeFormer House Speaker Paul Ryan is moving his family from his hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin, to a house in a Washington, D.C., suburb less than a year after he retired from Congress saying he wanted to spend more time with his children. Katie Johnston reports.
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BSO Musicians To Hold Rush Hour Concert TuesdayBaltimore Symphony Musicians will hold an hour-long concert for cars driving during rush hour Tuesday.
Suspect Allegedly Raped, Tried To Murder Silver Spring WomanPolice said 26-year-old Kevin Mendoza raped and tried to murder a woman as she walked into her apartment building Friday.
HealthWatch: 21 New Measles Cases Confirmed In Past WeekThe Centers For Disease Control said 21 new measles cases were confirmed in the U.S. in the past week.
Maryland Hands Out Funds For Rural Internet AccessThe state of Maryland is making available nearly $10 million for efforts to bring reliable and affordable internet service to residents of rural communities.

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