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Nick Mosby Introduces Bill To Increase Work Opportunities For Baltimore City ResidentsBaltimore City Council President Nick Mosby wants to make sure that companies are using Baltimore residents when building in the city.
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Baltimore Community, Police Call For End To Violence After Several Weekend Incidents Including 5-Year-Old Shot Violence rocked the city of Baltimore as police responded to a slew of deadly weekend crimes. 
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12-Year-Old Charged In Deadly Shooting Of 13-Year-Old In Prince George's CountyA 12-year-old is facing murder charges after being accused of shooting and killing a 13-year-old in Prince George's County. 
Baltimore Priest Fr. Martin H. Demek Removed From Ministry After Allegations Of Child Sex Abuse EmergeFr. Martin H. Demek, the pastor at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Baltimore, was removed from the ministry after allegations he sexually abused a minor more than 30 years ago. Katie Johnston reports.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Maker Emergent BioSolutions Asked To Stop Making Doses While FDA Investigation UnderwayEmergent BioSolutions, the Baltimore, Maryland-based company manufacturing the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines, was asked to stop manufacturing COVID-19 related products, while the Food & Drug Administration continues its investigation. Katie Johnston reports.
Army Sergeant Convicted By Military Panel In Sexual Assault CaseA sergeant at Fort George G. Meade in Maryland was convicted by a military panel of two specifications of sexual assault on April 16. Katie Johnston reports.
Cycling Fundraiser Held For Sex Assault, Domestic Violence VictimsA fundraiser was held at Core Cycle for sexual assault and domestic violence victims who are being treated at GBMC.
Former Washington QB Alex Smith Retires After Comeback From Gruesome Leg InjuryAlex Smith retired Monday after making an improbable comeback from a gruesome broken leg, saying he's ready to leave the NFL but believing he's still able to play quarterback. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announced 3.3K State Employees To Relocate To Baltimore City For WorkGov. Larry Hogan announced Monday 3,300 state employees from 12 state agencies will be relocated to offices in downtown Baltimore to help support economic development.
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Baltimore County Man Arrested With Loaded Handgun At BWI AirportA Baltimore County man was arrested after he was caught with a loaded handgun at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

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