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Baltimore's spending board is expected to take the final steps in the creation of a $52 million fund to back building projects and businesses in neighborhoods that for decades have struggled to win investment. The mayor says it's a choice to focus on under-invested neighborhoods.

President Trump called the Army major a hero and vowed to review the case. To a military law specialist, it looks like "the commander in chief is putting his thumb on the scales of justice."

The new charter school will operate in the former John Paul Regional Catholic School on Dogwood Road in Windsor Mill.

About half of all teens say they've tried to cut back on their phone use. But one of the girls we spoke with says that's hard when "it's obviously designed to be addictive."

About 10,000 Jewish refugees under the age of 17 were relocated through the rescue operation. Most never saw their parents again. The Claims Conference estimates there are about 1,000 still living.

Leroy Moore, a beloved figure known as the "Mayor of Fells Point," died Sunday morning at the age of 56 after a battle with lung cancer.

John McIntyre gives reporters suggested words to use before reaching for 'suspect' when no one has been identified.

A 21-year-old student was arrested at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for soliciting sex from minors. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says Jake Patterson of Adamstown was arrested following a investigation into a man sexually soliciting minors through Snapchat.

Baltimore Police continued to investigate the shooting of a 64-year-old convenience store owner outside his shop Saturday night.

Howard County has begun talks with property owners in historic Ellicott City to acquire buildings that were severely impacted by the May flood.

Tickets for this year's edition of Orioles FanFest, to be held Jan. 26 at the Baltimore Convention Center, are on sale now.

Dr. Nadia Dominique Morgan, a Jamaican-born recipient of the 2016 American College of Rheumatology Distinguished Fellow Award and a faculty member at Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center, was killed in a collision just before 11 p.m. at Falls and Green Spring Valley roads, police said.

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Saturday, December 29, 11 am to 4 pm
Celebrate this African American holiday with African dance, storytelling with puppets, drumming performances, workshops, lectures, craft activities and a fashion show celebrating the principle Ujamaa (oo-jah-MAH) or Collective Economics. This event is in partnership with Kaiser Permanente.
Special Admission is $5.

CNN (12/13, Howard) reports on its website that there were almost 40,000 gun deaths in the U.S. last year, “the highest number…in decades,” according to data from the Centers for Disease Cont…

USA Today (12/13, O’Donnell, Pitofsky) reports, “A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report covering 2007 through 2017 (pdf) found that 17 percent of high school students are bullied…

Propane safety tips keep your friends and family safe during the holiday season.

HealthDay (12/12, Preidt) reports, “Extreme dieting behaviors often begin in the teen years and worsen in adulthood,” research indicated. The findings of the 1,455-adult study were published online…

The Baltimore Police Department has recalled all of its officers detailed to a special ATF task force, the department confirmed Monday. It would not immediately provide a reason.

Last month, the National Board of Review named Green Book the best film of 2018 and earlier this month is was nominated for a Golden Globe. This inspired-by-real-life story follows

Professor Robert K. Ernst, PhD, of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) was awarded a five-year, $6.4 million contract from the NIH.