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Scientists are using a crab virus akin to the common cold, computer models of ocean currents and tides, and genetic analysis of crustaceans from Massachusetts to Argentina to figure out just how much different populations of swimming crabs have in common.

Hayleen Reyes moved to Baltimore from the Dominican Republican five months ago in search of a better life. But on Thursday morning, the 21-year-old was among three workers who were shot and killed.

The victims of Thursday’s shooting at Rite Aid Distribution Center will be remembered tonight during a vigil at Cranberry United Methodist Church.

Law enforcement officials said that a temporary employee opened fire on her co-workers, killing three people and injuring three others, before fatally shooting herself. Here's what we know about the victims.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand came to Baltimore to stump for Democratic candidate for governor Ben Jealous. Gillibrand joins other national Democratic figures, including former Vice President Joe Biden and senators Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in supporting Jealous.

This summer's heavy rains have caused multiple overflows from the city's aging, decrepit sewer system, dumping more than than 135 million gallons of sewage-tainted stormwater into the city's waterways, much of it into the Jones Falls.

Two members of Congress are calling on Google to address concerns that YouTube might violate children's privacy.

Officers were called at 1:52 p.m. to a parking lot in the 700 block of Maiden Choice Lane for a report of a shooting.

Duke Energy said Friday that a dam containing a large lake at Wilmington power plant has been breached by floodwaters from Florence.

Department spokeswoman Blair Skinner said an ambulance was stolen from the downtown Mercy Medical Center around 1:50 a.m. It was recovered, unmanned, shortly after 2 a.m.

Mke Bowler, a newspaper man for over 30 years, most of them with The Baltimore Sun, died the other day. There were tributes galore, especially for his work on education. I remember, though, a less-known tale: Mike Bowler saved a man from a lonely death in prison.

In a city plagued with violence, Baltimore deputy housing commissioner Reginald Scriber has spent decades working to give people safer communities and homes. On Tuesday, Scriber was devastated to learn that violence had reached his front door.

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While Orioles reliever Tanner Scott has gained another year’s worth of experience, and most of it at the major league level, he’s still trying to find his way.

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An estimated 5,500 hogs and 3.4 million chickens and turkeys have already died as a result of Florence.

Under Armour announces it will lay off 400 workers by end of March as it continues restructuring to get back its mojo.

One year later, the effects of Hurricane Maria can still be felt across Puerto Rico.

The Maryland Tech Council, the state’s largest trade association supporting the technology and life sciences sectors, announced Wednesday that it has appointed Martin “Marty” Rosendale, a veteran of the life sciences industry, as its new CEO.

Two police officers were injured in a shooting Wednesday night in Prince George’s County while serving a drug-related search warrant, police said.