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Columbine- Style Attack Stopped With Arrest Of Pennsylvania TeensThe teens were planning to attack the high school in 2024. Weapons of mass destructions were found in their homes.
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'We're The Cure To This Situation': 9 Killed, 13 Wounded In Baltimore Over The Past WeekA 14-year-old is among the shooting victims in Baltimore City this weekend. In the past week, nine people have been killed in Baltimore along with another 13 wounded.
Baltimore County Police Arrest Baltimore Woman In NC For Hotel MurderShe was arrested for the murder that took place back in November 2020
Social Media Proven To Have Long-Term Negative Effects On Teens And Young AdultsRecent reports say that social media can cause social media problems in young adults and teens.
Governor Hogan Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration In Wake Of IdaGov. Larry Hogan has requested a Presidential Disaster Declaration for the Sate of Maryland.
Police Chase In Baltimore, Chopper 13 On The ScenePolice are currently pursuing a silver Honda in Baltimore.
Person Hit & Killed By Amtrak Train In AberdeenPolice are investigating after a person was killed by an Amtrak train in Aberdeen.
Baltimore Financier Accused Of Spending Over $90K On Sex Trafficking, Sentenced To 18 Months Charles "Chuck" Nabit, the Baltimore-based financier accused of spending over $90,000 on a sex trafficking business, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for transportation of a woman to engage in prostitution.
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Arrest Made In Woman's Murder At Pikesville HotelOfficials announced that an arrest has been made in connection to the murder of a woman at a Pikesville hotel in 2020.
More Than 50K Marylanders Have Received Pfizer Booster Shot, Officials SayThree-quarters of eligible Americans have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine and some are now able to receive an additional booster shot. But the virus still poses a great threat to more than 70 million eligible people who remain unvaccinated.
R. Kelly Found Guilty In Sex Trafficking TrialThe R&B singer was found guilty on all counts.
Health Experts Say Booster Shots Will Not End The Pandemic With 70M Unvaccinated64 percent of eligible people in the U.S. are now fully vaccinated.
Pfizer Says It Will Be Submitting Additional Data On COVID Vaccine For Younger KidsMillions of children around the country remain unvaccinated because of their age.
Pfizer Booster Shots Are Beginning To Go In The Arms Of MarylandersMajority of ICU's remain occupied by unvaccinated patients.
Prince George's County Zebras Still On The Loose Three Weeks LaterTheir owner is an exotic animal trainer who is licensed to have them. The zebras have been spotted sporadically around the county.
New Recycling Carts To Be Distributed To 190K City Households, Beginning Sept. 28The city estimates it will generate 40 million pounds of recyclables per year.
Car Enthusiasts Head Down To H20i In Ocean City, Where Officials Are Preparing For Huge CrowdsIn 2020, the unofficial event led to more than 100 arrests, 345 cars towed and over 3,000 citations.
Franklin High School Played Its Homecoming Football Game But Students Will Miss The DanceAfter a year of canceled events, Franklin High School's homecoming football game was back, despite school officials canceling the homecoming dance for all public schools.
Community MVP: A Group Looks To Attract More Homeowners To Their NeighborhoodThe latest Community MVP segment with former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith.
Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Eligible AdultsThose eligible include everyone age 65 and older, adults with underlying conditions, adults in congregate living facilities, and adults at increased risk because of their job.
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