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Baltimore Ravens Jaylon Ferguson Dead From Toxic Drug Cocktail, Autopsy ShowsMedical examiners have determined that Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died after overdosing on a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine, according to the Baltimore Banner.
Coffee With: The Class Of 2026 Naval Academy PlebesOn Thursday, the Naval Academy plebes were issued uniforms, got their hair buzzed and learned to salute in Annapolis.
Baltimore Buzz: Govans Community Fridge Announces Opening DayGovans Community Fridge announced it is opening its 24/7 community fridge on Monday, July 11.
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Maryland Gas Tax Hikes 7 Cents Friday, Gov. Hogan Calls For Another Tax HolidayMaryland's legislatively mandated gas tax hike takes effect at midnight Friday, with prices rising by seven cents per gallon.
In Baltimore, 6 In 10 Homicides Unsolved; A Mother Shares Her Pain After Losing Her Only SonBenita Henson is one of hundreds of mothers in Baltimore who are waiting for justice. Her son Keith Hamlin was killed in June 2018 on Valley Street in Latrobe Homes. 
Gun Spotted In Driver's Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents SayCharging documents for the Baltimore man accused of dragging a police officer for several blocks after fleeing from a traffic stop are shedding new light on the sequence of events that led up to the incident.
Class Of 2026 Plebes Report For Induction Day At US Naval AcademyThe plebes were issued uniforms, got their hair buzzed and learned to salute in Annapolis Thursday.
Gas Prices, Inflation Won't Stop Marylanders From Traveling This Fourth Of JulyMTA officials are warning drivers of major slowdowns during peak traveling hours from Thursday to Tuesday.
State Investigators Release Body Camera Footage From Fatal Essex Police ShootingThe Independent Investigations Division of the Maryland Attorney General's office is tasked with investigating civilian deaths at the hands of law enforcement.
Scott Signs Bill Establishing Baltimore City Police Accountability BoardMayor Brandon Scott on Thursday signed into law a bill establishing a police accountability board as part of his administration's effort to restore trust between the community and the Baltimore Police Department.
Authorities Remind Residents Most Fireworks Are Illegal in Md.Officials advise residents to sit back, relax, and leave the fireworks to the professionals.
Suspect Arrested In Ocean City Boardwalk StabbingThree people were stabbed on the boardwalk earlier this month, police said.
State Investigators Release Body Camera Footage In Fatal Towson Police ShootingThe Independent Investigations Division of the Maryland Attorney General's Office is tasked with investigating all civilian deaths at the hands of law enforcement.
Queue The Entertainment: A Sneak Peek At The Talent At Baltimore's Fourth Of July CelebrationAfter two years, Baltimore's Fourth of July celebration is coming back bigger and better than ever before.
Pikesville Man Accused Of Pointing Gun At Other Driver In 'Road Rage Incident'A Baltimore County man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly pointed a handgun at another driver during what authorities described as a road rage incident in Harford County.
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Ex-Baltimore Fiscal Chief Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud, Identity Theft ChargesA former top administrator in the Baltimore Police Department pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal charges of wire fraud, money laundering, and aggravated identity theft.
Pasadena Teen Awaits Transplant After Kidneys FailKrista Jacobs, 16, of Lake Shore cannot play softball this season, per doctor’s orders. Jacobs is awaiting a kidney transplant after doctors discovered the Chesapeake High School sophomore has end-stage renal failure.
Baltimore By Baltimore Festival Returns To The Inner HarborBaltimore By Baltimore is back. The festival returns to the Inner Harbor this weekend.
Where's Marty? Learning The Art Of Cooking With Pierpoint RestaurantMarty visits Pierpoint Restaurant's summer camp to learn the art of cooking.

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