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Governor: Some people left without health care in New Year

12/17/13
Some people may be left without health insurance because of the state's trouble-plagued website, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley acknowledge ...

Arundel High School students bear gifts to younger students

12/17/13
In the spirit of holiday giving, Arundel High School students came to Odenton Elementary School on Monday bearing bags of gifts for the ...

Police investigate triple-shooting at barber shop

12/16/13
Baltimore City police are called Saturday afternoon to Arthur's Barber Shop in the 1400 block of North Luzerne Avenue, where a shooting ...

Army wife charged in husband's killing

12/16/13
An Army wife has been charged with killing her husband after his body was found inside their Laurel home Friday morning.

Johnny Johnson admits to killing Matthew Hersl in City Hall crash

12/13/13
Johnny Johnson, 43, pleaded guilty with hitting and killing a Baltimore City Hall employee with a car while running from police last ...

Breast-cancer survivor gets run around trying to enroll

12/13/13
Breast cancer survivor Lynn Baklor just passed a dubious two-month anniversary trying to enroll in health insurance plan through the ...

City Council holds hearing on Tyrone West's cause of death

12/12/13
Baltimore City Council held an informational hearing Wednesday on the cause of death of Tyrone West who died while in police custody. The ...

Mondawmin Safe Streets program suspended

12/12/13
Baltimore's Health Department suspends the Mondawmin Safe Streets program after the arrest of one of its workers.

2 killed when train, SUV collide

12/11/13
Two people were killed after a Marc train and SUV collided at the Hollins Ferry Road train crossing in southwest Baltimore early Tuesday ...

Brown frustrated, disappointed over health care website

12/11/13
Frustrated and disappointed The lieutenant governor's take on Maryland's troubled health exchange and he shares his prescription for the ...

Age increases risk of developing gynecologic cancers

12/10/13
Women may not know that as they get older their chances of developing gynecologic cancers increases, Baltimore doctors say.

Power outages sweep through region after winter storm

12/10/13
Thousands of people reported outages after a winter storm swept through Maryland, but BGE reported that as of Monday evening has been ...