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Harford Co. uses PSA to combat heroin epidemic

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 22:26:48 GMT2016-09-27T22:26:48Z

Movie night is taking on a whole new meaning in one Maryland County. That's because moviegoers in Harford County are becoming part of the solution to the growing heroin epidemic.

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Stop-and-frisk debate reaches campaign trail

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 22:19:07 GMT2016-09-27T22:19:07Z

One focus of the first presidential debate Monday night was stop-and-frisk policies by police, which is also a frequent point of criticism of the Baltimore Police Department. Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton spoke about their differences on the topic. Stop-and-frisk comes up frequently in the U.S. Department of Justice patterns and practices report into the BPD. The report cited the practice multiple times, finding, "BPD officers commonly frisk people during stops without reasonable suspicion the subject is armed and dangerous, a violation of the constitution."

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Man displays presidential election memorabilia

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 22:10:06 GMT2016-09-27T22:10:06Z

In 2016, presidential candidates can get their message out to an audience of million instantly thanks to social media and other technological advances.

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'Jersey Boys' kick off 2016-17 Hippodrome season

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 22:03:04 GMT2016-09-27T22:03:04Z

The 2016-17 Hippodrome series opens Tuesday night. The season includes performances of the children's production of "Cinderella" to the highly praised "Something Rotten" Before that, the season kicks off with the Tony award-winning musical “Jersey Boys.”

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Some schools buck state trend in SAT scores

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 21:50:14 GMT2016-09-27T21:50:14Z

There was a poor showing for Maryland students taking the SAT. Statewide, students scored a 490 on the critical reading section of the test, which is down 2 points from last year. Math scores dipped by 4 full points to 490. Scores on the writing portion of the test also dropped 4 points to 476. State officials blame low student participation and a midyear change to the popular college prep test.

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GPS led police to bank robbers in Pikesville

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 21:35:18 GMT2016-09-27T21:35:18Z

Baltimore County police released the name of the officer involved in the shooting of two bank robbery suspects.

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17 in custody, 7 sought in massive gang sting

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 21:26:40 GMT2016-09-27T21:26:40Z

A federal grand jury has indicted 24 defendants with a racketeering conspiracy for their role in the Murdaland Mafia Piru (MMP) gang, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors said the gang allegedly operated in northwest Baltimore and Baltimore County and engaged in a range of criminal activities including narcotics trafficking, murder, attempted murder, assault, extortion, obstruction of justice, witness intimidation and retaliation and money laundering. The superseding indictment was returned Thursday and unsealed Tuesday upon the arrest of the defendants.

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Plant Questions: Caring for house plants

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 16:44:12 GMT2016-09-27T16:44:12Z

Scott Carbone with Valley View Farms answers a variety of plant and garden questions.

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Police continue search for Tiona Smith's killer

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 11:11:19 GMT2016-09-27T11:11:19Z

Baltimore County police are still searching for the killer of an "easy-going" and "friendly" woman who was killed 11 years ago. Tiona Smith was found dead on Nov. 6, 2005 and police still have no leads on who may have killed her.

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Residents offer reform ideas for Baltimore police

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 11:08:00 GMT2016-09-27T11:08:00Z

Baltimore residents had a chance to speak in front of City Council President Jack Young on Monday to address the Department of Justice Report that outlined serious problems within the Baltimore Police Department.

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Ravens' Urschel shares his love for math

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 22:25:45 GMT2016-09-26T22:25:45Z

Baltimore Ravens guard John Urschel knows his numbers. He's best known for his plays on the field, but Urschel is also pursuing a doctorate in mathematics. Urschel shared his expertise Monday with senior statistics students at Notre Dame Prep in Towson. He earned his math degree from Penn State in three years, and the next year, he graduated with a master's degree.

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Protesters demand sheriff's resignation

Mon, 26 Sep 2016 22:20:52 GMT2016-09-26T22:20:52Z

Protesters gathered Monday to put more pressure on Howard County's sheriff to resign. Howard County Sheriff Jim Fitzgerald was pressured by community groups and elected officials to resign after a Howard County Office of Human Rights report found the sheriff rules by hostility and retaliation. The OHR discovered the sheriff uses racial slurs and derogatory comments about women and Jews. The report obtained by the 11 News I-Team last week came after employees made complaints. It showed Fitzgerald routinely makes offensive comments.

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