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  • Ravens release Christmas album

    WASHINGTON — The Ravens team up well on the field. Now the football players are out with a Christmas album, sort of. Ravens players sing classic Christmas tunes on a video posted on the team’s…

  • House fire in Dundalk sends 4 to hospital

    DUNDALK, Md. (AP) — Two adults and two children were taken to the hospital after a fire broke out in a Baltimore County home. WMAR-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1zTj3gL ) that the fire broke out Wednesday morning…

  • Md. 911 call operator’s Facebook post sparks outrage

    WASHINGTON – A Facebook post believed to be written by a Baltimore County 911 operator sparked outrage on Monday after it circulated on social media. “I would rather MY son be approached by so called…

  • Officials: 22 indicted in multistate dog-fighting ring

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities say they’ve broken up a violent, multistate dog-fighting ring involving hundreds of dogs forced into brutal combat. Authorities said Monday that a Baltimore grand jury returned indictments against 22 people involved…

  • Sleep safety campaign means fewer infant deaths in Md.

    WASHINGTON — More young lives are being saved in Maryland because parents are learning how to put their babies to sleep correctly. In 2007, 302 babies died unexpectedly in the state;  in 2013, 171 died…

  • No one injured in Baltimore school fire

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Officials are investigating after a fire at a school in Baltimore. Radio station WBAL-AM (http://bit.ly/1v8swvr ) reports the fire was reported Saturday evening at the Hazelwood Elementary-Middle School on Hazelwood Avenue. The…

  • Phelps pleads guilty to DUI charge

    WASHINGTON – Olympian Michael Phelps pleaded guilty Friday to drinking and driving in Baltimore. He was sentenced to 18 months of probation. A one-year jail sentence was suspended. He is not allowed to use any alcohol. Phelps, 29,…

  • Towson University president resigns due to health concerns

    TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Towson University’s president says she is resigning due to health concerns. University President Maravene Loeschke has announced she is resigning from her position effective on Friday. In April, university officials announced…

  • Plane lands safely at BWI Airport after bird strike

    A plane landed safely at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport around 9 p.m. Friday evening after a bird strike, Baltimore\’s WBAL 11 reports.

  • Suspect eludes police after two-story fall

    A police chase in Baltimore Sunday morning came to an unusual end.

  • Baltimoreans rank high on least-attractive list

    Baltimore may be a nice-looking city when you\’re entering town and looking at the skyline, but one travel website\’s readers say the people in it aren\’t much to look at.

  • Charity waits to get government OK to care for immigrant kids

    Thousands of undocumented children in Maryland want shelter this winter but organizations who want to help say the federal government is making them wait.

  • Ticketbuster: Mistaken identity causes D.C. woman headaches over tickets

    How many Sarah Elizabeth Feldmans are out there? At least one more than the D.C. DMV thought.

  • Baltimore woman arrested in store’s arson

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore woman has been arrested on charges of attempted murder and malicious burning after police say she tried to set a convenience store on fire. Police arrested 33-year-old Aisha Warsaw after…

  • Abduction suspect to be extradited to Virginia

    JULIET LINDERMAN Associated Press TOWSON, Md. (AP) — A Maryland judge has ordered a suspect in the abduction of a Philadelphia woman to be extradited to Virginia, where he faces outstanding charges. Delvin Barnes appeared…