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Preakness just one race in exciting two-day lineup

With less that 48-hours to go until the start of the 2018 Preakness, it’s important to rebember that the Preakness is ONE race in a weekend lineup The 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes will post (kickoff for the football […]

Preakness just one race in exciting two-day lineup

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With less that 48-hours to go until the start of the 2018 Preakness, it’s important to rebember that the Preakness is ONE race in a weekend lineup The 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes will post (kickoff for the football […]

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Former Baltimore Police Commissioner De Sousa target of wider probe

BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s latest police commissioner resigned on Tuesday, a week after he was charged with failing to file taxes for three years and the same day it was publicly

2018 Preakness Balloon Festival

West Friendship (MD) - Pilots and ground crew heat things up for the 2018 Preakness Balloon Festival. Approximately 14 hot air balloons and their crews converge on the Howard

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh suspends Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa

BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s mayor said on Friday afternoon that she has placed the city’s police commissioner on paid leave, one day after it was disclosed that he is facing federal

Maryland’s gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamentz suddenly dies

BALTIMORE — One of the leading Democratic contenders in Maryland's gubernatorial race and a longtime politician in the state died suddenly early this morning — apparently of cardiac arrest. Baltimore County Executive

Freddie Gray case: Federal appeals court throws out officers’ suit

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court Monday threw out a lawsuit five Baltimore police officers filed against city State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby claiming she maliciously charged them in the death

One arrested after social media post was believed to involve a Maryland High School

Authorities have arrested one person believed to be involved in a social media post that reportedly involved a Maryland high school. Baltimore County police said on Sunday that the social

Charm City Bluegrass doubles down with two-day festival

Break out your banjos, fiddles and dancing shoes good citizens of Baltimore, the Charm City Bluegrass Festival returns to Druid Hill Park on Friday and Saturday. Let’s have a look

Johns Hopkins performs word’s first penile transplant

The team that performed the 14-hour operation included nine plastic surgeons, and two urological surgeons Dr. W.P. Andrew Lee, at center, wearing suit, led the team. A mannequin is

Exclusive footage: Baltimore County house fire

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