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December 6, 2017

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Man dies in overnight fire in Northeast Baltimore

Wednesday, Dec 6

A man is dead after an overnight fire in Northeast Baltimore, city fire officials said Wednesday morning. The city reports 25 fire fatalities this year.

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Medical marijuana finally available some places in Maryland

Just days after the first medical marijuana dispensaries opened in Maryland, limited supplies and technical difficulties means little is actually available.

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Prosecutor complained in 2014 that indicted Baltimore gun task force supervisor was not truthful

A Baltimore prosecutor made a complaint about the truthfulness of indicted Gun Trace Task Force supervisor Wayne Jenkins in 2014.

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Roland Park Civic League apologizes for yard sign flap

Roland Park Civic League has apologized for asking residents to remove signs welcoming immigrants and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Baltimore County parents, school board members ask state for audit of tech contracts

Baltimore County school board members and parents testified before the state school board seeking an audit of technology contracts.

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Explosion destroys Lochearn house; second blast in two days in Baltimore County

An explosion destroyed a Lochearn home Tuesday afternoon, a day after a house explosion injured a man in the Baltimore Highlands, Baltimore County fire officials said.

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Man arrested in death of firefighter Jon Hickey, Baltimore police say

Baltimore Police have arrested a 35-year-old man in connection to the Nov. 30 murder of volunteer firefighter Jon Hickey. 

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Hogan announces initiatives to fight violent crime in Baltimore

Hogan announces initiatives to fight violent crime in Baltimore

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Congress barreling toward shutdown deadline

Congressional lawmakers were scrambling Tuesday to reach agreement on a funding measure to avert a government shutdown at week’s end and address several agenda items — from a children’s health insurance program to immigration — that have stalled for months.

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Baltimore Police raid Old Goucher corner store, recover 'substantial amount' of suspected fentanyl, morphine

Baltimore Police called in a hazmat team Tuesday after finding what they suspect is a “substantial amount” of the highly-potent opioid fentanyl at a discount store in the city’s Old Goucher neighborhood.

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Ravens at Work: Veteran punter Sam Koch remains fascinated with the 'fine details'

Sam Koch was a very good NFL punter in his first eight seasons with the Ravens. Then his detail-obsessed personality led him to explorations of misdirection and spin that pushed his career to a new level.

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