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City high school students discuss riots, broader concerns Frederick Douglass High School senior Uriel Gray said his school was unfairly blamed for rioting that erupted in Baltimore following the funeral for Freddie Gray in April.4 hours, 37 minutes agoWEATHER BLOG: Comfortable Saturday Night Tonight will be a little milder than last night, but still rather comfortable with lows in the mid 60s.5 hours, 8 minutes agoDonald Trump Says He'll Decide On Third Party Bid SoonDonald Trump says he's going to make a decision once and for all about whether he'll mount a third party bid if he loses the Republican nomination for president.5 hours, 41 minutes agoPolice arrest fugitive rapist Police arrested a state hospital patient who walked away during a home visit in Prince George's County.5 hours, 43 minutes agoMan, 37, stabbed to death in West Baltimore A 37 year old man was stabbed to death early Saturday morning in Baltimore, police said.ABC2News.comCriminal misconduct dominates Baltimore police terminations Even as leaders of the Baltimore Police Department work to improve the agency's image, documents show that criminal misconduct dominates the reasons for employee terminations.7 hours, 25 minutes agoDancing the Patapsco Tango At the bus stop at Maryland and North, a middle-aged guy named Frank - I know his first name immediately from the patch on his uniform shirt - greets me in the sunshine of Friday morning. It's a beautiful day in Baltimore, and Frank is headed to work, and7 hours, 31 minutes ago7 hours, 58 minutes agoBaltimore Sun8 hours, 26 minutes ago
Let Other Fantasy Baseball Owners Take Chances On September Call-Ups Every September, MLB rosters expand so minor-league players with potential can get a cup of coffee with the big-league team. No matter what the hype, avoid relying on these September call-ups to help your fantasy baseball team. Stick to the veteran player3 hours, 42 minutes agoBoy, 17, charged with raping 9-year-old girl at Maryland State Fairground A 17-year-old Carroll County boy has been charged with raping a 9-year-old girl at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, police said.4 hours, 10 minutes agoMan found dead in Canton home A man was found fatally shot in a Canton home Friday night, police said.4 hours, 42 minutes agoMan killed in West Baltimore stabbing A 29-year-old woman was taken into custody after a man was stabbed and killed early Saturday morning in West Baltimore, police said.5 hours, 11 minutes agoMan found dead in Southeast Baltimore A 44-year-old man was found dead from gunshot wounds Friday night in Baltimore, police said.5 hours, 25 minutes agoLooking back at Baltimore's deadliest month Taylor Street and Delvin Trusty began dating in high school after he sent her a message on social media. They attended prom together, and three years later were expecting their first child.5 hours, 52 minutes agoTeen charged with rape at State Fair A Carroll County teenager was charged as an adult for reportedly raping a 9-year-old family friend for at least six years, according to a release from Baltimore County Police.ABC2News.com6 hours, 6 minutes agoTeen Charged With Raping 9-Year-Old Girl At State Fair A 17-year-old teen was charged with raping a 9-year-old girl at the Maryland State Fair.6 hours, 27 minutes agoTeen accused of raping 9-year-old at Maryland State Fair Jonathan Fleming, 17, is accused of raping a 9-year-old family friend at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, police said.WBALTV.com6 hours, 28 minutes agoPolice Investigate Canton Homicide Baltimore police are investigating a homicide in the 8-hundred block of Canton.
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WEATHER BLOG: Weekend Forecast A comfortably cool night last night will be followed by a fair amount of sunshine today, and it'll be a bit warmer this afternoon.3 hours, 53 minutes agoSaturday, August 29, 2015 Kevin Liles is helping kids start the school year off on the right foot.4 hours, 29 minutes ago7 hours, 53 minutes ago13 hours, 31 minutes ago14 hours, 12 minutes ago14 hours, 30 minutes ago14 hours, 32 minutes ago14 hours, 46 minutes ago14 hours, 56 minutes ago
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AG Frost aims to end racial profiling by police; Sojourner-Douglass loses accreditation State Attorney General Brian Frosh could make Maryland the first state in the nation to have law enforcement agencies adopt a series of guidelines aimed at eliminating racial profiling by police officers while Soujourner-Douglass College may be forced toMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 44 minutes ago9 hours, 22 minutes ago10 hours, 3 minutes ago10 hours, 20 minutes ago10 hours, 22 minutes ago10 hours, 36 minutes ago10 hours, 47 minutes ago11 hours, 3 minutes ago11 hours, 33 minutes ago12 hours, 21 minutes ago
State ethics board examining Martin O'Malley's purchase of mansion furniture An assistant attorney general asked Friday for a state ethics commission ruling on whether former Gov. Martin O'Malley's purchase of furniture from the governor's mansion violated rules regarding state-owned property.5 hours, 17 minutes agoSlumping Orioles stifled by Cole Hamels in 4-1 loss to Rangers The Texas Rangers acquired lefty ace Cole Hamels at the July 31 trade deadline not so much for this year's pennant push, but for the three-plus years left on his contract.5 hours, 58 minutes agoPrayer vigil held for Baltimore stabbing victims Some residents of southwest Baltimore believe a brawl in which four teenagers were stabbed Tuesday stemmed from racism, but others refute the claim.6 hours, 16 minutes agoPolice investigating death in southeast Baltimore Baltimore police are investigating a death Friday night in southeast Baltimore.6 hours, 18 minutes agoHamels Strikes Out 10, Rangers Beat Orioles Cole Hamels delivered his best performance yet for the Texas Rangers, striking out 10 in eight innings Friday night during a 4-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles.6 hours, 32 minutes agoFour people injured in city apartment fire Three children and a woman were injured Friday night in a North Baltimore apartment fire, a city spokesman said.6 hours, 42 minutes agoWEATHER BLOG: Another Fine Summer Day Another fine summer day with low humidity and pleasant temperatures is coming to an end. Under clear skies and a full moon, we will see it drop again into the upper 50s to low 60s overnight.6 hours, 59 minutes agowjz.com7 hours, 29 minutes ago8 hours, 16 minutes ago
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Fire Reported In Northeast Baltimore Near Belvedere Square Several children are among those caught in an apartment fire in Northeast Baltimore.3 hours, 25 minutes agoWoman, 3 children rescued from apartment fire A woman and three children were rescued from a burning apartment building in Baltimore Friday night.4 hours, 12 minutes agoFirefighter battle apartment blaze Balitmore firefighters responded an apartment blaze in the 800 block of Dartmouth Road Friday night.4 hours, 19 minutes agoVictim: Bank determind check was fraudulent A Harford County woman received a check for a car that she was selling; she says it took the bank five minutes to determine it was fake.4 hours, 47 minutes agoCharges dropped against former lead detective in Phylicia Barnes case Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby dropped the remaining charge against the former lead detective in the Phylicia Barnes murder case, who had been accused of assaulting people after forcing his way into a home in a search for his missing daughterBaltimore Sun5 hours, 26 minutes agoSojourner-Douglass College loses bid to restore accreditation A federal judge has denied a request for an injunction to temporarily restore the accreditation of troubled Sojourner-Douglass College.Baltimore Sun5 hours, 57 minutes agoCranes mark a transformative summer for Harbor East From near Federal Hill, I recently caught sight of construction cranes working busily along the harbor's edge across the water, so I caught a cab to investigate.Baltimore Sun6 hours, 9 minutes agoRedskins Offensive Scouting Report from Rob Carlin Rob Carlin with Comcast Sportsnet called in to the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to share his thoughts on the Redskins offense. With a host of off field problems, Carlin thinks the real problems […]wjz.com6 hours, 22 minutes agoTwenty years later, Cal Ripken Jr. reflects on 2,131 Orioles Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. has been thinking a lot about his playing career lately - partly because the media keep asking him about it. We have an infatuation with round numbers and anniversaries of historic events, and, for Baltimore, one of thBaltimore Sun6 hours, 36 minutes ago7 hours, 17 minutes ago
American Legion making a difference in Baltimore The American Legion is holding its 97th annual convention in Balimore. More than 10,000 veterans are here for the weekend, and Friday dozens spent the day in east Baltimore clearing out debris and building something for the whole community to enjoy.3 hours, 1 minute agoBen Carson gains support as the other political outsider Ben Carson's genial way of politicking is proving to be a draw for voters who like Donald Trump's status as a outsider but not his belligerence.WBALTV.com3 hours, 5 minutes agoScam targets job-seeking college students If a job offer looks too good to be true, it probably is. JohnMataresehas a warning about a new scam that's targeting college students who are looking for jobs.3 hours, 5 minutes agoGrand jury reports conflict on police academy Baltimore grand jury members gave mixed reviews of the Baltimore Police Academy.WBALTV.com3 hours, 11 minutes agoTractor-trailer jackknifes on Route 50 A tractor-trailerjack-knifed Friday eveningoneastbound Route 50 in the Annapolis area.WBALTV.com3 hours, 14 minutes agoGiving Baltimore's alleys a total makeover Alleys in Baltimore City have a bad rap. They're usually described as dark, dank, scary and dirty. Neighbors and communities are on a mission to change that reputation.ABC2News.comAuthorities team up, check on high-risk offenders In an effort to reduce violent crime, Baltimore City police and Maryland Parole and Probation agents are conducting a joint operation. They are checking on what they call the most high-risk offenders.
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Advocates Petition After Animal Abuse Charges Get Dropped Animal rights advocates have started a petition to move the dog fighting cases from December of 2014 to a higher court after some of the charges were recently dropped.
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Thieves caught stealing off front porches Two men stole packages from front porches in Annapolis Thursday, but they didn't get very far.
ABC2News.com3 hours, 30 minutes agoVeronica Cool: What I learned at summer camp Swimming in a bucolic lake, rustic log cabins, fresh mountain air, trapeze acrobatics, bubble soccer and silent disco. Throw in world renowned speakers and uber-successful entrepreneurs and, yup, this is summer camp for entrepreneurs! There is nothing lik
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Baltimore's Vagabond Players still going strong 100 years after launch Maybe it was something in the water - or maybe just that it was finally safe to drink after years of a dicey supply system. Whatever the cause, something sure started affecting a lot of culturally minded folks a century ago in Baltimore.Baltimore SunFrustration builds as tax panel review slowly moves forward Members of a panel charged with looking at how taxes affect the state’s business climate are expressing frustration about the pace of their work. The Maryland Economic Development and Business Climate Commission met this week for the second time thi2 hours, 40 minutes agoWar Horse project aims to keep teachers healthy The Baltimore-based investment company War Horse is sponsoring an effort to keep teachers at one city school active and healthy so they’ll be happier and more effective in the classroom. The company has opened an exercise room called the Teacher WelMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 51 minutes agoBob Cawley | RCM&D Loyola University Marylands Sellinger School of Business and Management named Bob Cawley chair of the board of sponsors, which advises in the advancement and strategic direction of the Sellinger School. Cawley is president of Towson-based insurance advisoMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 57 minutes agoCVS burned during Baltimore riots is demolished The burning at Pennsylvania and North avenues became an iconic image of the April riots in Baltimore.ABC2News.com3 hours, 3 minutes agoBig Lots 2Q results top Street, lifts full-year guidance COLUMBUS, Ohio Big Lots fiscal second-quarter results beat analysts estimates and the discount retailer boosted its full-year earnings outlook. Shares surged more than 10 percent in Friday premarket trading. Big Lots earned $17.6 million, or 34 cents perMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 8 minutes agoFed vice chair indicates Sept. rate hike still possible WASHINGTON Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said Friday that incoming economic data and market developments will likely determine whether the Fed boosts interest rates in September. Before the recent turbulence in financial markets, there wasMaryland Daily RecordUMBC men's soccer out to build on success UMBC midfielder Malcolm Harris said he knows last season was very special, but admits he still thinks about what might have been.3 hours, 18 minutes agoDel. Uber drivers told to get business licenses DEWEY BEACH, Del. Officials in numerous Delaware cities have asked drivers who use the ride-hailing app Uber to obtain business licenses. Under a deal struck by Delaware and the company this year, it is unclear if Uber has to pay for a license in any muniMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 24 minutes agoBaltimore attorney wins $45M from RBC Capital in financial crisis case Baltimore attorney Joel I. Sher has won more than $45 million from RBC Capital Markets LLC for defunct real estate investment trust Thornburg Mortgage Inc. in a lawsuit stemming from the financial crisis. Judge George L. Russell III of the U.S. District Cbizjournals.com3 hours, 26 minutes ago
Maryland's State Superintendent Is Stepping Down Marylands State Superintendent, Dr. Lillian M. Lowery, is stepping down to pursue new opportunities, according to an announcement made by the Maryland State Board of Education.2 hours, 27 minutes agoMaryland schools superintendent to step down Maryland public schools Superintendent Lillian Lowery is stepping down, WBAL-TV 11 reporter Tim Tooten has learned.2 hours, 27 minutes agoWicomico County medical marijuana facility proposed HEBRON A company is hoping that its plan to build a medical marijuana growing facility in Wicomico County is one of 15 applications approved by the state of Maryland. WBOC-TV reports that BioCannatix says it is in the process of applying for a grower̵2 hours, 36 minutes agoTeen Gets More Than 11 Years For Helping Islamic State A northern Virginia teenager has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for helping another teen travel to Syria to join the Islamic State and providing other aid to the militant group.Vote Tally In Favor Of Iran Deal Climbs To 30 In Senate Democratic Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware has become the 30th senator to back the Iran nuclear deal, as momentum for the White House-backed agreement grows.wjz.com2 hours, 39 minutes agoConstruction Begins For 2 CVS Stores Damaged In Riots Construction begins today for two CVS stores damages during the riots in Baltimore.wjz.com2 hours, 45 minutes agoIt's A Boy! National Zoo's Surviving Newborn Panda Is Male The National Zoo's panda parents, Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, have another son.wjz.com3 hours, 13 minutes agoOfficials: Bowie Resident May Have West Nile Virus Officials say a Bowie resident may have contracted West Nile virus.wjz.com3 hours, 16 minutes ago
Alex Parker On Tomorrow Nights Ravens Vs Redskins Pre Season Game Alex Parker previews the Ravens pre-season game against the Redskins tomorrow night.
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Prince George's Co. Officer Takes Jump Roping To The Next Level A Prince Georges County officer takes a break from keeping the streets safe to jump in on some double dutch fun!
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For women at work: Its complicated Dont try asking language expert Deborah Tannen how women can solve their workplace woes when it comes to communicating. Theres no easy solution, she said. There are scores of recent articles pleading with professional women to drop the word sorry, cut jusMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 18 minutes agoBusinesses use tech to encourage fitness As wearable health devices are gaining popularity, more company leaders are thinking about incorporating them into wellness programs.Maryland Daily Record2 hours, 33 minutes ago1 man injured in Essex shooting An overnight shooting in Essex sent one man to the hospital.2 hours, 34 minutes agoLaw firms move to the cloud Cloud computing, which allows lawyers to access client files securely from home or other locations outside the firms offices, can improve productivity and convenience, particularly for practices that have a mobile workforce.Maryland Daily Record2 hours, 37 minutes agoFuel spill delays traffic on northbound I-95 At least two lanes were closed to northbound traffic between the Fort McHenry Tunnel and Key Highway.2 hours, 38 minutes agoHow much should businesses spend on IT? oday, all but the smallest businesses have a budget line item that few companies of any size had 20 or 30 years ago: IT spending. But while IT spending has become virtually universal, business technology experts say most companies arent getting it right.Maryland Daily Record2 hours, 38 minutes ago9 hours, 35 minutes ago9 hours, 43 minutes agoABC2News.com10 hours, 16 minutes ago10 hours, 32 minutes ago