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September 12, 2018

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1 man dead, another injured after shooting at funeral in Lansdowne, Baltimore County police say

Wednesday, Sep 12

One man is dead and another is seriously injured after a shooting at a funeral in Lansdowne on Wednesday afternoon, Baltimore County police said.

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Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen to serve as new head of Planned Parenthood

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen will serve as new head of Planned Parenthood. Her first day is Nov. 12.


Baltimore sues Transdev, alleging it overbilled city $20 million on Circulator

Baltimore is suing Transdev Services Inc., the company that runs the Charm City Circulator, alleging it overbilled the city $20 million on the free bus service.

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Baltimore to pay $1.1 million after losing First Amendment case involving pregnancy clinic signs

Baltimore’s spending board votes to pay $1.1 million to cover a Christian pregnancy center’s legal fees. A federal court ruled a city law violated the First Amendment rights of the Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns.


As Carolinas bear down for Hurricane Florence, it looks as if Maryland will miss worst of storm

Hurricane Florence is forecast to batter the Carolina coasts Friday and Saturday and dump feet of rain, while Maryland looks to be spared of the catastrophic flooding that appeared possible in recent days.

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Study: 38 percent of working Marylanders and nearly half of Baltimoreans cannot afford basic household necessities

A United Way study of the working poor shows that 38 percent of Maryland families — and nearly half of Baltimore ones — cannot afford basic necessities, such as housing, transportation, food and child care.

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Baltimore will actually start ticketing drivers who 'block the box' next month

Police and traffic enforcement officers are beginning to give warnings to drivers who block intersections in downtown Baltimore this week — and will begin issuing $125 fines for “blocking the box,” as it’s known, beginning Oct. 15, the Department of Transportation said.

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New apartments, market and offices planned for Port Covington

Port Covington, the sprawling largely undeveloped waterfront property in South Baltimore, will get apartments, a market and offices in the first major phase of development, officials said Wednesday.

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Scouting report for the Ravens-Bengals game Thursday night in Cincinnati

Breaking down the matchup between the Ravens and Bengals ahead of Thursday night's game.

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Parents of late University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair file notice of possible lawsuit

Attorneys representing the family of late University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair have sent a notice to state officials signaling that they might sue.

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