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The driver of a speeding car that hit and killed a man outside Baltimore's City Hall in April has pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter.
The Maryland Zoo wants help naming two lion cubs.
MedImmune, Johns Hopkins collaborate in effort to develop new drugs for MS, other diseases
The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum in Baltimore and the local chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference are planning a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Last surviving lion cub from litter born at Zoo Miami sent to Baltimore zoo to join other cubs
50-year-old pedestrian dies after being hit by a bus in Baltimore, police investigating
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MARC trains are working for the weekend.
Stranger stabs woman on Greyhound bus in Baltimore
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Family opposes possible plea deal for driver accused in crash that killed Baltimore worker
Baltimore police are investigating a shooting that injured two men.
Baltimore police are investigating a fatal shooting overnight.
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Body found in Inner Harbor is that of missing DC Air National Guard airman
Men's Wearhouse now looks to acquire Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, the suitor it had resisted
Man sentenced to 35 years for transporting women for prostitution