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Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night ForecastBaltimore may go its first February on record without accumulating snowfall.
Annual March for Life Held In AnnapolisDozens of pro-life demonstrators rallied in Annapolis Monday night, calling on lawmakers and Marylanders to have a "change of heart" on abortion.
With Inner Harbor Oil Spill Mostly Cleaned Up, Officials Turn Focus To Finding SourceThe U.S. Coast Guard is still trying to find the source of an oil spill that was first spotted in the Inner Harbor over the weekend.
Driver Arrested After Crash In West BaltimoreA Baltimore man was arrested and police are searching for another person in connection with a pursuit in west Baltimore Monday evening.
Student Arrested With Loaded Gun At Baltimore School Was Wanted For Attempted Murder, Police SayA Patterson High School student was arrested with a loaded gun at school Monday, Baltimore City Schools police confirm.
Trio Charged With Weapons Violations After Police Respond To Shots Fired Call In AberdeenTwo teens and a 21-year-old man are charged with allegedly possessing stolen guns from police departments after police responded to a shots fired call in Aberdeen.
Police Investigating After Man Assaulted, Robbed In AnnapolisPolice are investigating an armed robbery over the weekend in Annapolis after a man said three people assaulted him and stole his wallet.
4 Hospitalized After Wave Slams Virginia Whale-Watching BoatFour people were taken to a hospital over the weekend after a rogue wave hit their whale-watching boat during a Virginia Aquarium tour.
FDA Approves Non-Statin Drug To Treat High CholesterolThe US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a drug to treat high cholesterol that works differently than statins, according to Esperion Therapeutics, the company that makes the drug.
Baltimore Buzz: Another Award For 'The Wire'"The Wire" has won another award.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastSay goodbye to temperatures near 60! There's another cool down in store later this week.
Crews Continue To Search For Source Of Oil Spill In Inner HarborU.S. Coast Guard crews continue to investigate what caused an oil spill in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Patterson High Student Arrested With Loaded Gun At School, Police SayA Patterson High School student was arrested with a loaded gun at school Monday, Baltimore City Schools police confirm.
Crews Battle Garbage Truck Fire In SE BaltimoreCrews battled a garbage truck fire in southeast Baltimore Monday evening.
Survey: Marylanders Want To See More Spent On Education But Say Taxes Are Too HighCrime is the number one concern of Marylanders—especially in the Baltimore area—and people want to improve education but don’t want to pay more taxes.
Late Rep. Elijah Cummings Honored At Black History Month CelebrationAn all-star panel of Elijah Cummings' closest confidants led the way Monday by honoring him and telling stories to a packed room at the Talmadge Building in east Baltimore.
Research At Johns Hopkins Looking At Way To Treat Glioblastoma In DogsJohns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center was recently given funding to research a new experimental treatment on dogs who've been diagnosed with brain cancer -- in hopes that the treatment will ultimately save humans.
$5M Donation Helps Cover Tuition Costs For Veterans, Students At University Of BaltimoreThe University of Baltimore announced a $5 million donation on Monday that will help community college students and military veterans cover the cost of tuition.
Police Identify Body Found At Water Treatment PlantBaltimore County police have identified the body found dead in a waterway at the Back River Waste Water Treatment Plant on Friday as a 31-year-old homeless man.
Family Of Carroll County Man Bob Gurecki Shot Dead Inside His Business Wants AnswersIt has been nearly 10 months since 56-year-old Bob Gurecki was shot dead inside his place of business in Caroll County.
Lack Of Snow Has Baltimore Businesses Thinking SpringIce melt and shovels take up prime real estate on the shelves of the Ace Hardware in Waverly. So far this season, they haven't exactly been flying out the door.
Lawmakers Discuss Maryland Family Leave BillA bill that would relieve people in need of paid medical or family leave is now up for discussion.
Opportunity Abounds As Orioles Charge Through Spring TrainingNearly 70 players are in camp vying for spots on what will eventually be a 26-man regular-season roster. For young and returning players alike, auditions are underway.
Maryland Twisters Gearing Up For Worldwide CompetitionAn impressive squad of young Marylanders has been pulling off stunts, tumbles and jumps for more than two decades. Now, they've landed a reputation as one of the region's top competitive cheerleading teams.

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