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Two-alarm fire rips through Dundalk apartment building
Two people were injured as a two-alarm blaze ripped through apartments in the Dundalk Village Shopping Center on Dec. 15. Firefighters responded to a call of a fire in the unit block of Shipping Place at noon. Crews were able to get the fire under control in less than an hour. Two residents with ser
Dundalk House Fire On Chestnut Street: No Injuries, Officials Say
DUNDALK, MD — Firefighters were called to a working house fire in Dundalk Monday afternoon. Authorities said that flames were visible from the second floor after crews arrived.
$1M Mega Millions Prize: Time Nearly Up To Claim Expiring Ticket
BALTIMORE, MD – There are only a few days left to claim a winning $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold by a Fort Washington gas station in June 2018, according to Maryland Lottery officials. The ticket expires on Christmas, Dec. 25, do you have it?
Four people shot outside deli in Northwest Baltimore, police say
At least four people were injured in a shooting outside a deli in the Greenspring neighborhood Tuesday, police said. Officers were called about 1 p.m. to the shooting outside Saints Deli at Shirley and Park Heights avenues, where four men were found with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, accordin
Dundalk Post Office concerns continue
Nicole, I read with interest your recent article about the Dundalk Post Office ["This is why we can't have nice things, Dec. 6, 2018]. I recently sent a card to a friend two blocks from me. After two weeks she told me she never received it (even though two weeks earlier it showed up on her Informed
Baltimore County Council OKs $78M help for Tradepoint Atlantic
The Baltimore County Council voted Monday evening to give Tradepoint Atlantic up to $78 million to build roads, water lines and sewer pipes at the old Bethehem Steel mill in Sparrows Point that the company is redeveloping.
Worker hit by excavator at wastewater treatment plant dies
DUNDALK, Md. (AP) — Authorities say a worker was struck and killed by an excavator in a trench at a Baltimore wastewater treatment plant. Citing a Baltimore County public safety release, news outlets report 36-year-old Transito Rodrigez Cruz died Monday of injuries sustained at the City of Baltimore
Ray Rice And Janay Rice Interview With CBS This Morning
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his wife, Janay, opened up about their relationship, football and domestic violence in a segment that aired on CBS This Morning on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Host Gayle King interviewed them at their home in Connecticut, where they moved after he was released
Hopkins rheumatologist killed in hit-and-run crash near Green Spring Station in Baltimore County
A 35-year-old Johns Hopkins rheumatologist was killed in a hit-and-run crash involving three vehicles near Green Spring Station late Saturday night, police said, and officers have arrested a driver who left the scene.
Arrest made in the fatal hit and run of Towson University student Mzi Ncube
BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD (WBFF) Baltimore County Police announced Sunday an arrest in the fatal hit and run of a Towson University student. Man Bahadur Gurung, 36, of Rosedale is facing several charges including failing to remain at the scene of a fatal accident.
Dundalk: Check Out 5 Nearby Homes For Sale
DUNDALK, MD — On the hunt for a new house nearby, but getting tired of seeing the same old listings again and again? Thanks to our weekly list of new properties in your area, you can be sure you're not missing anything.
3 Dundalk Area Foreclosures Up For Sale
DUNDALK, MD — Don't have a lot to spend, but still need to buy a house nearby? Why not look at foreclosed properties in the area? You may just find your dream home in the rough!
Baltimore police recall officers from ATF task force under unclear circumstances
The Baltimore Police Department has recalled its officers detailed to a special ATF task force, the department confirmed Monday. It would not immediately provide a reason. The decision ends a long-standing arrangement that supplied Baltimore Police detectives to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firea
Man Charged In Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash In Towson: Police
BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD — A Rosedale man has been charged in the death of a Towson University student who was killed in a hit-and-run crash last weekend. Police announced the arrest of the suspected driver on Sunday, Dec. 16.
Two-Alarm Fire In Dundalk Hospitalizes Two People: Officials
DUNDALK, MD — Two people were hospitalized after a fire in Dundalk Saturday morning, officials said. The two-alarm fire took about an hour for firefighters to control, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.
Contract status, Lamar Jackson's rise could lead to end of Joe Flacco's time in Baltimore
Now that quarterback Joe Flacco officially has been demoted in favor of rookie Lamar Jackson, it's possible the Baltimore Ravens could part ways with the Super Bowl XLVII MVP. Flacco is due $18.5 million in salary next season, $20.25 million in 2020 and another $24.25 million in 2021. Despite the he
3 keys for the Ravens defense in Week 15 vs. Buccaneers
The Baltimore Ravens are set to take the field against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 15. It's a matchup that will prove crucial to them making the playoffs and possibly winning the AFC North.
Missing In Maryland: 4 People Have Disappeared
MARYLAND — Multiple people have been reported missing across Maryland this week, and we are hoping you can help bring them home for the holidays. The missing persons range in age from 59 to 86 years old.
64-year-old man shot multiple times, becomes city's 298th homicide victim of 2018
A 64-year-old man was fatally shot in Northwest Baltimore on Saturday night, making him the 298th homicide victim of 2018 in a city that has had more than 300 homicides each of the last three years.
Lamar Jackson overcomes early struggles to lead Ravens to 4th win in 5 games as starting QB
BALTIMORE — The fifth start of Lamar Jackson's career was unlike the first four. This time, he had Joe Flacco, the Baltimore Ravens' starting quarterback for 11 years, standing in uniform on the sideline ready to replace him at any time.