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Postal Problems Persist Throughout BaltimoreCitizens are around Baltimore are fed up with continued post office problems.
Cherry Hill Celebrates One Year Without Any HomicidesCherry Hill, a neighborhood in South Baltimore, celebrates one year without any homicides.
Baltimore Buzz: Charmery's Old Bay Caramel Ice Cream Named MD's Best ScoopThe Charmery's Old Bay Ice Cream was named the best scoop in Maryland.
Federal Appeals Court Rules Aerial Surveillance Program UnconstitutionalA federal appeals court has ruled that Baltimore's areal surveillance program is unconstitutional.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening Forecast.
At Least 1 Dead, 9 Hurt In Partial Condo Building Collapse Near Miami Beach; Video Shows Boy Pulled From RubbleAt least one person was killed and ten people were injured overnight after a partial collapse of condo building in Surfside, Florida near Miami Beach. It happened at the Champlain Towers South, located at 8777 Collins Avenue. The section that collapsed was on the beachside of the building.
Anne Arundel County School System & Department Of Health Partner To Expand Vaccination ClinicsAnne Arundel County Public Schools and the Anne Arundel County Department of Health announced that they are expanding their vaccination clinic this summer to continue to help protect students from Covid-19. 
Howard County Announces Partnership With Police & Grassroots Crisis Intervention CenterHoward County announced a new program to help 911 callers dealing with a mental health crisis.
Second Day Of Jury Selection In Capital Gazette Mass Shooting Held ThursdayLawyers rolled their case load back into the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County in Thursday, as the court tries to narrow down a jury pool of about 300 people to 12 jurors with alternates.
Rising Country Music Star Brittney Spencer Featured On CBS This MorningBrittney Spencer, a rising country music star and graduate of the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, was featured on CBS This Morning today.
Vacant Building Has Partial Collapse In Baltimore, None InjuredThe side of a building collapsed Thursday afternoon in the Druid Hill neighborhood of Baltimore.
Mayor Scott Discusses Gun Tracing & Community Violence Intervention Groups With President BidenThe Mayor's Office said that Mayor Scott discussed gun tracing and community violence intervention groups with President Biden Wednesday.
Charmery's Old Bay Caramel Ice Cream Named MD's Best ScoopThe Charmery's Old Bay Ice Cream was named the best scoop in Maryland.
Montgomery Co. Will Not Host July 4 Celebration & Firework DisplaysMontgomery County will not host July 4 celebrations.
Eviction Moratorium Extended Through JulyThe Biden Administration has extended the eviction moratorium through July 31.
Unemployed Workers Union Files Class Action LawsuitUnemployment concerns continue and now the Unemployed Workers Union is filing a class-action lawsuit naming Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Labor, Tiffany Robinson, as defendants.
Baltimore County Summer Lunch Program Starts Next WeekBaltimore County Schools announced Thursday that its summer lunch program starts Monday, June 28. Free summer meals are provided to anyone under 18 through the program.
Midshipman Pilot Suffers Non-Life-Threatening Injuries After Plane Crashes At Easton AirportMaryland State Police said that a midshipman suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a small plane crashed at Easton Airport on Thursday afternoon.
Anne Arundel County Police Rescue Peacock Lost For WeeksAnne Arundel County Police responded to quite the animal control call in late May. Some residents had a peacock in their yard!
Demolition Begins At Perkins Homes To Make Way For RedevelopmentDemolition began today at the historic Perkins Homes public housing. The demolition is making way for a brighter future in Baltimore City - a development to house over 1,000 residents.
Violence In Baltimore City Continues To Outpace 2020 NumbersBaltimore City has recorded 162 homicides so far in 2021. That's up from 156 in 2020.
City Police Busts West Baltimore Drug Organization Known As 'Cash App'Baltimore City Police announced that they have taken down the drug organization known as "Cash App."
At Least 1 Dead, 9 Hurt In Partial Condo Building Collapse Near Miami Beach; Video Shows Boy Pulled From RubbleAt least one person was killed and ten people were injured overnight after a partial collapse of condo building in Surfside, Florida near Miami Beach. It happened at the Champlain Towers South, located at 8777 Collins Avenue.

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