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York Road reopens after water main break disrupts traffic York Road reopens after a 12-inch water main rupture rerouted traffic in the Cockeysville area, disrupting service to dozens of businesses.2 hours, 15 minutes agoNorthbound I-83 lane reopens after fatal crash A fatal accident Saturday closed part of the northbound lane of Interstate 83 in Baltimore County for hours, according to Maryland State Police.2 hours, 50 minutes agoMan dies in single car crash on 83 A man died in a single car crash on 83-North early Saturday morning.ABC2News.comCity selling records containing employees' personal information State law prohibits releasing home address, driver's license of any public employeeThe City of Baltimore has been selling records containing personal information about its employees, including home addresses and driver's license numbers, even though the c3 hours, 4 minutes agoPolice Charge Del. Man With Killing Church Worker Maryland State Police are charging a Delaware man with murder in the death of a church worker whose body was found in an embankment in Worcester County three weeks ago.3 hours, 7 minutes agoMaryland offers free rides to cooling centers Maryland Emergency Management Agency says Maryland residents can call 211 for free rides to cooling centers.3 hours, 30 minutes agoBaltimore Police Search For Missing Teen Baltimore police are searching for a missing teen.3 hours, 48 minutes agoMaryland Counties Open Cooling Centers State-Wide Maryland emergency management officials say cooling centers are opening across the state to help residents cope with the extreme heat.4 hours, 17 minutes agoAnne Arundel County Gets Special Oyster Reef It's an oyster reef unlike any other in Maryland. For the first time, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation has established an oyster habitat that fishermen and residents can reach out and touch.
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West Baltimore shooting leaves man injured, police say Police say another man shot in the face Friday night Baltimore city police are investigating an overnight shooting that left an adult male injured, officials said Saturday.2 hours, 27 minutes agoFatal accident closes part of I-83 in Baltimore County A fatal accident Saturday has closed part of the northbound lane of Interstate 83 in Baltimore County, according to Maryland State Police.2 hours, 48 minutes agoTens Of Thousands Still Lack Power In Mid-Atlantic Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power.wjz.com2 hours, 57 minutes agoWorries About Drowning Come With Heat In US As heat across a big chunk of the U.S. drives people into pools and lakes to cool off, public health officials are worried about a heightened risk of drowning.wjz.com3 hours agoYork Road in Cockeysville closed again after water main break Second break on York Road this weekA water main break has shut down York Road in Cockeysville for the second time this week, according to Baltimore County police officials.3 hours, 10 minutes agoWEATHER BLOG: Hotter Than¦Only Hot Well, one really hot day, then one very hot day, then some relief with a condition. Today sets up to be a very hot day across the region.wjz.com3 hours, 53 minutes agoOrioles Defeat Angels 3-2 Miguel Gonzalez wore Nick Adenhart's glove onto the mound at Angel Stadium, honoring the memory of his fellow former Angels minor leaguer on the occasion of his first major league start.wjz.com3 hours, 56 minutes ago8 hours, 16 minutes ago
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Connor reviews 'Ted' Go see this in the theater if the idea of a raunchy teddy bear makes you chuckle.4 hours, 6 minutes ago324,770 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat meat, poultry products recalled About 324,770 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat meat and poultry products are subject to recall. Click inside for the product codes.4 hours, 49 minutes agoDelaware man charged in death of woman found in Maryland Maryland State Police have charged a Delaware man in the death of a Worcester County woman last month.WBALTV.com5 hours, 16 minutes ago7 hours, 30 minutes ago8 hours, 35 minutes ago8 hours, 35 minutes ago8 hours, 46 minutes ago9 hours, 15 minutes ago9 hours, 24 minutes ago9 hours, 31 minutes ago
Orioles rookie Miguel Gonzalez gets first major league win in his first start Steve Pearce hits a 3-run homer to lead the Orioles over the Angels ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Orioles pitcher Miguel Gonzalez, 28 years old, made his first major-league start against the Angels team that first signed him eight years ago. Having grown up just 503 hours, 19 minutes agoMD nonprofits raise millions at no cost Dozens of Maryland's nonprofits are doing something unbelievable in a down economy. They're raising millions without spending a dime.4 hours, 23 minutes agoRestoring power in East Baltimore A significant number of people in the Baltimore area are without power and now they have been for more than a week.4 hours, 23 minutes agoTwo shot in Baltimore City One victim wounded in hand, other walked into hospitalTwo people were shot in Baltimore Friday night, police said.4 hours, 35 minutes agoBaltimore man sentenced to 60 years in slaying Second suspect got 55 years in fatal robberA Baltimore man was sentenced in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court to 60 years in prison Friday for his part in the 2010 fatal robbery of a Brooklyn Park man, according to court records.5 hours, 4 minutes agoBrian Roberts diagnosed with right hip labral tear The Orioles received bad news regarding the health of second baseman Brian Roberts on Friday.Baltimore Sun5 hours, 13 minutes agoDundalk crash kills man Motorcycle collides with Dodge pickupA Dundalk man died Friday after the motorcycle he was operating struck a Dodge pickup truck turning in front of him, Baltimore County police report.Baltimore Sun5 hours, 20 minutes agoMotorcycle Driver Dies After Collision With Pickup Truck In Dundalk A motorcycle driver is dead after a crash with a pick-up truck in Dundalk.5 hours, 36 minutes ago5 hours, 44 minutes ago5 hours, 47 minutes ago
Website determines whether you have DNS Changer Virus Hundreds of thousands of Americans could lose their Internet services on Monday if their computers are infected with a particular virus, but experts say there is a solution.1 hour, 35 minutes agoMotorcyclist strikes turning pickup truck, dies A motorcyclist who struck a pickup truck turning in front of him has died.1 hour, 38 minutes agoDundalk man killed in motorcycle crash Baltimore County Police are trying to figure out what killed a 35-year-old Dundalk man.ABC2News.com1 hour, 46 minutes agoUnions: Endangered fire company to stay open until Oct. 1 Three Baltimore companies slated for closure ran 57 calls in 24 hours responding to stormOne of three Baltimore fire companies slated for closure will remain open until October, the fire unions said Friday.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 6 minutes agoMan Gets 60 Years In Fatal Robbery A Baltimore man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for his role in a fatal robbery that netted the suspects $17.2 hours, 9 minutes ago1 Dead, 2 Hurt In Crash On Route 40 In Hagerstown Maryland State Police say a woman has died after a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 40 in Hagerstown.2 hours, 12 minutes agoGrand Prix construction to start by end of July Race organizers say they'll work around Orioles home gamesRace organizers say they'll work around Orioles home games.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 31 minutes agoMan arrested trying to steal copper Anne Arundel County Police have arrested and charged Matthew Dale Mitchell after they say he stole copper cabling from a traffic signal control shed.ABC2News.com3 hours, 12 minutes agoBalt. Co. man added to heat death toll Area officials offer aid to remaining homes without electricityArea officials offer aid to remaining 20,000 without electricity.Baltimore Sun3 hours, 16 minutes agoTens Of Thousands Still Lack Power In Mid-Atlantic Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power.
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Thousands Of Marylanders Brave Heat Wave Without Power For 7th Day It's been a week since a massive storm shut the lights off in Maryland, and thousands are still braving the heat without air conditioning.1 hour, 27 minutes agoTeens help spruce up Baltimore City schools The Baltimore City school system received some unexpected help from hundreds of out-of-state teenagers who are pitching in to clean up.1 hour, 41 minutes agoAttorney general investigating storm-related price-gouging complaints The Maryland Attorney General's Office is investigating complaints regarding price gouging after last Friday's severe storms.Attorney Billy Murphy may sue for casino rebid Baltimore attorney William Billy Murphy Jr. said he may sue the state to force a rebidding of the planned Baltimore casino if table games are legalized. Murphy, the founder of Murphy PA, threatened litigation in a June 22 letter to the state Video Lottery1 hour, 59 minutes agoMd. Utility Says It's Addressing Meter Complaints Western Maryland electric utility Potomac Edison says it's addressing complaints about the timeliness of its meter-reading.wjz.com1 hour, 59 minutes agoSmithsonian marks creation of land-grant colleges WASHINGTON In the midst of an all-consuming Civil War that divided the nation 150 years ago, Congress was able to muster the will to pass legislation that would transform higher education. It was this week in 1862 when President Abraham Lincoln signed a lMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 10 minutes agoSevere & Relentless Heat Takes 9 Lives Nine people have lost their lives due to the heat since July 2, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH).wjz.com2 hours, 14 minutes agoConnor reviews 'People Like Us' In a summer filled with superheroes, aliens and talking animals, it's nice to see a quiet drama that isn't filled with explosions and nationalistic pride.Montgomery County collecting tons of storm debris ROCKVILLE A trash dropoff site in Montgomery County says more than 4,800 tons of tree debris has been dropped off at the facility following last week’s storms. Peter Karasik, the manager of the Shady Grove Processing Facility and Transfer Station, sMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 26 minutes agoJudge maintains status quo in biofuels patent case DOVER, Del. A federal judge in Delaware is maintaining a standstill she ordered last month in a patent dispute between two rival biofuel manufacturers. The judge on Friday granted a request by Butamax Advanced Biofuels, a joint venture between the DuPontMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 30 minutes ago
Dangerous forecast extends through the weekend Region could be hit by more severe storms, potentially deadly heat1 hour, 31 minutes agoIce companies struggling in heat, too The already-heavy heat is expected to go up this weekend, and after the past week of high temperatures and humidity, ice companies are struggling to keep up with demand.1 hour, 34 minutes agoAnnapolis paver hit with civil penalties The final decision in the civil case against an Annapolis paver orders him to pay nearly $500,000 in penalties and restitution after preying on seniors in driveway operation.1 hour, 42 minutes agoNaked man leads to barricade situation A naked man caused quite a stir inSevernaPark on Friday morning, leading to his arrest.ABC2News.com1 hour, 49 minutes agoBaltimore Grand Prix to start building racetrack Organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore plan to start constructing the event's racetrack on July 30.Fugitive wanted in Md. found from 'America's Most Wanted' tip A Jamaican national wanted on federal racketeering charges alleging he was part of a pot-distribution ring was arrested in New York City this week after he was featured on an episode of “America’s Most Wanted,” the Maryland U.S. AttorneyBaltimore SunExperts: Insurance can pay for replaced medications, tree removal Officials in Maryland are reminding homeowners and renters affected by the storms to check their insurance policies because things like medication replacements and tree removal could be covered.WBALTV.com2 hours, 18 minutes ago
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2 hours, 21 minutes agoN.Y. investment firm buys Rockville building for $36.8M New York-based investment firm Angelo, Gordon & Co. L.P. has paid $36.7 million, or about $202 per square foot, for a fully leased Rockville office building known as Executive Plaza South, according to Maryland taxation records. Angelo Gordon, which also
Restaurant job growth doubles national labor economy In light of the weakest quarterly job growth in two years, there is one sector shining brighter than most. In the last 12 months, restaurant employment has risen by 2.7 percent, more than double the 1.3 percent increase in the total U.S. employment, accor
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Grand Prix construction to kick off July 30 Construction for the Grand Prix of Baltimore's track will kick off July 30. The construction will mostly take place at night leading up to the Aug. 31-Sept. 2 race weekend, according to a statement by Andretti Sports Marketing, the races organizers. The c1 hour, 27 minutes agoPolice: Driver hit 2 people, took officers on chase A Havre de Grace woman is being held on $250,000 bail on accusations that she led police on a chase after hitting two people while she had her two children in the car.WBALTV.com1 hour, 32 minutes agoU.S. hiring stuck in low gear in June; unemployment still at 8.2% WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. employers hired at a dismal pace in June, raising pressure on the Federal Reserve to do more to boost the economy and further imperiling President Barack Obama's chances of reelection in November.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 11 minutes agoFestival celebrates culture and music The African American Festival kicks off this weekend in Baltimore featuring live entertainment.ABC2News.com2 hours, 15 minutes agoTowson Town Center announces two new retailers Towson Town Center is welcoming two more stores. Soma Intimates, a women's lingerie boutique, and the Art of Shaving will open in the Nordstrom wing. Both stores are scheduled to open in late July.2 hours, 22 minutes agoRents for upscale apartments up 5.7% in Baltimore area It's not getting any cheaper to rent an apartment. The average effective rent for Class A considered the top tier apartments in the Baltimore metro area rose 5.7 percent in the last year to just under $1,450 a month, according to real estate research firm2 hours, 28 minutes agoCity balks at Tremont Plaza's switch to Hilton brand Baltimore officials say the Tremont Plaza Hotel's plans to convert to Hilton's Embassy Suites brand threatens the struggling city-owned Hilton Baltimore, the Baltimore Sun reports.2 hours, 32 minutes agoEmployers add 80,000 jobs as economy struggles WASHINGTON U.S. employers added only 80,000 jobs in June, a third straight month of weak hiring that shows the economy is struggling three years after the recession ended. The Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate was unchanged at 8.2 peMaryland Daily Record2 hours, 37 minutes agoArrieta's Woes Continue In O's 9-7 Loss To Angels Jake Arrieta couldn't make it out of the fourth inning for the second straight time, and the Orioles dropped a 9-7 decision to the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night. He ended up with his third consecutive no-decision after getting staked to a 7-3 lead.2 hours, 42 minutes agoPolice: Boy, 12, charged in toddler's beating death Police in a Washington, D.C., suburb said a 12-year-old boy is being charged with second-degree murder in the beating death of a 2-year-old foster child living with his family.WBALTV.com2 hours, 47 minutes ago
Kamenetz plans veto of Owings Mills Metro Centre bill County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Thursday he plans to veto a Baltimore County Council's controversial bill that would free the Owings Mills Metro Centre project of various development regulations.bizjournals.com1 hour, 19 minutes agoHarbor Point developers seek zoning change to expand project Increasing planned investment from $1 billion to $1.5 billion, the developers of Baltimores Harbor Point are asking the city to approve more of a mixed-use community than is currently allowed by the citys zoning. To be located between Harbor East and Fellbizjournals.com1 hour, 21 minutes agoA.A. Co. councilman proposes bottling, selling countys water Anne Arundel County Councilman John Grasso has proposed bottling and selling the countys water. For years the countys water has won awards in tasting competitions.bizjournals.com1 hour, 22 minutes agoGoogle helped generate $80B for American businesses last yearGoogle Inc.'s latest Economic Impact Report estimated that the company's search and advertising tools helped generate $80 billion for American businesses in 2011, the Washington Post reported.bizjournals.com1 hour, 24 minutes agoUS Airways CEO: No rush on American Airlines merger The CEO of US Airways has told employees that the company is in no hurry to merge with American Airlines while the Fort Worth-based airline is in bankruptcy. Reuters reported that Doug Parker sent a note Wednesday to US Airways employees that said he expebizjournals.com1 hour, 25 minutes agoInternet doomsday virus set to strike Monday A computer virus that once affected four million computers around the world is poised to cause thousands to lose access to the Internet next Monday. Termed the Internet doomsday virus, the malware may be detected and then removed from ones computer by goibizjournals.com1 hour, 26 minutes agoFormer Oriole Dave Johnson Dave talks about his son Steve & the Orioles starting pitching and expectations for the rest of the year.4 hours, 40 minutes agoJason Hammel Live Jason Hammel joins the show to talk about his first season with the Orioles.4 hours, 52 minutes agoSteve Johnson Talks About Call Up Steve Johnson of the Orioles joins the show to talk about being called up to the big show.4 hours, 57 minutes agowjz.com5 hours, 11 minutes ago
Steve Davis: O's Halfway Point It has been a remarkable season so far. With the trade deadline approaching, how active will they be? I would be careful if I was Dan Duquette.1 hour, 4 minutes ago2 boaters rescued near Bay Bridge Anne Arundel County and Coast Guard dispatchers tell ABC2 News that two boaters are safe after being rescued near the Bay Bridge early Friday morning.1 hour, 7 minutes agoPitcher Jake Arrieta struggles as Orioles lose 9-7 to Angels ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Orioles, searching for five able arms to keep their season afloat, have already sent two members of their Opening Day starting rotation down to the minors.As for right-hander Jake Arrieta, the Orioles came close to sending him down1 hour, 45 minutes agoRanking the Top 12 NFL safeties Matt Vensel gives you his list of the 12 best safeties in pro football. The Ravens' Ed Reed, pictured, and the Steelers' Troy Polamalu have long been considered the two top safeties in the NFL. As time catches up to them, so will some of the league's topBaltimore Sun2 hours, 5 minutes agoPSC not criticizing storm response, yet The state's public utility watchdog is preaching patience -- saying it's too early to blame BGE for a storm response that's now into its seventh day.3 hours, 41 minutes ago5 hours, 6 minutes ago5 hours, 21 minutes ago5 hours, 34 minutes agoBaltimore Sun6 hours agoABC2News.com6 hours, 15 minutes ago