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Maryland State Fair Set To Increase Security Amid Several Recent Mass ShootingsIn the wake of several mass shootings around the country, including one at a festival in Gilroy, California, the Maryland State Fair says security is a top priority this year.
Baltimore City Fire Dept. Plans To To Scale Back Number Of Initial Responding Units To CallsThe Baltimore City Fire Department plans to cut down on the number of firefighters responding to initial calls, a move that isn't sitting well with the firefighters' union.
Rain From Severe Weather Floods Parts Of Baltimore Thursday NightSevere Thunderstorms that rolled through the region Thursday brought heavy rain and flooding to parts of Baltimore.
Baltimore FloodingFlooding occurred in parts of Baltimore after thunderstorms Thursday.
Worker Assaulted At Spring Grove Hospital Center, Union SaysA worker at the Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville was assaulted on the job Thursday and had to be hospitalized for their injuries, union officials said.
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Former Terrapins Quarterback Kasim Hill Transfers To TennesseeFormer Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill has transferred to Tennessee.

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Driver Injured After Fleeing Gunshots In Northeast BaltimoreA driver was injured Thursday afternoon when their vehicle overturned while they were fleeing someone who was shooting at them, police said.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued West Of Baltimore; Storms Moving To The EastMeteorologist Bob Turk has the latest severe weather updates.
Anne Arundel County Woman Reels In Record-Breaking Mahi MahiAn Anne Arundel County woman now holds the state record for the largest mahi mahi caught in waters off the coast of Ocean City.
Waste Experts Say More Trash Cans Needed In BaltimoreWaste experts say more trash cans in various parts of Baltimore could help reduce the city's litter problem.
AG Frosh Joins Push To Cut Down On RobocallsMaryland's Attorney General is joining the fight against robocalls.
Fewer City Firefighters Will Respond To Initial CallsThe Baltimore City Fire Department plans to cut down on who responds to initial calls.
Trial Delayed For Accused Edgewood Workplace ShooterThe trial for a man accused of opening fire at his Edgewood workplace in October 2017 has been postponed until next year.
Baltimore Native Involved In NASA's Plan To Return To The MoonThe U.S. is in the midst of an effort to return to the moon, paving a way to a journey to Mars. 
Arrests Made In 12 Harford County BurglariesJonathon Greer, 26, and Matthew Aaron White, 30, were arrested last week and charged with numerous burglary counts. They are being held at the Harford County Detention Center without bail.
'You Don't Know Who's Next' | 17-Year-Old Killed, 2 Others Injured In Overnight Baltimore ShootingsNeighbors were scared to talk to WJZ Thursday, saying their neighborhood is going through yet another rough patch and it seems like no one cares.
It's Fair Season! What You Need To Know Before Heading To The Maryland State FairIt's a sure sign that summer is winding down -- the 138th Maryland State Fair gets underway Thursday. Curtis Silva reports.
Conservationists In Edgewater Are Putting Shellfish To The Test For Shoreline RestorationAn underwater experiment is playing out in Edgewater. Conservationists are waiting to see if shellfish can help them save the shoreline.
As New Season Nears, BSO Musicians, Management Continue Contract NegotiationsThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians and management continue to negotiate an end to a ten-week lockout, but no agreement has been reached so far.
Main Street Back Open After Ellicott City Gas LeakA gas leak is secure and Main Street in Ellicott City is open to traffic again after a gas leak was reported Thursday afternoon.
Baltimore Public Works Employee Who Allegedly Made Racist, Anti-Semitic Tweets 'No Longer Employed'A Baltimore public works department employee who allegedly made numerous racist and anti-Semitic posts on social media is no longer employed by the city, Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming said Thursday. Curtis Silva reports.
Dundalk Woman Charged With DUI In Fatal Baltimore County Motorcycle CrashA Dundalk woman has been charged with driving under the influence in connection with a fatal crash early Wednesday morning. Curtis Silva reports.
Viewing For Sherman Reed, Jr., Son Of Coppin State Baseball Coach, To Be Held ThursdayThe viewing for the son of Coppin State University's head baseball coach will be held Thursday afternoon. Curtis Silva reports.
Ray Lewis Opening New Gambino's Restaurant In Little ItalyRay Lewis is having a great month. Curtis Silva reports.
Maryland Man Arrested After He Allegedly Threatened To Shoot Store Clerk During Annapolis Armed RobberyA 42-year-old Annapolis man was charged in an armed robbery Wednesday night. Curtis Silva reports.
BSO Lockout Continues Into Tenth WeekThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians and management continue to negotiate an end to a ten-week lockout, but no agreement has been reached so far.

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