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Tornado watch, severe thunderstorm warning for Maryland Tornado watch, severe thunderstorm warning for Maryland

Storms are forecast Monday afternoon and evening and could bring severe wind, hail and possibly isolated tornadoes, the National Weather Service warned.

Baltimore judge allows police use of Stingray phone tracking in murder case Baltimore Police say Stingray phone tracking use exceeds 25,000 instances

The Baltimore Police Department's use of a controversial cellphone surveillance tool is far higher than previously disclosed.

Freddie Gray repeatedly asked for medical care, police said Monday Freddie Gray repeatedly asked for medical care, police said Monday

City police wrote in court documents that Freddie Gray was arrested "without force or incident" for having a switchblade knife and suffered a medical emergency during transport.

Coverage: Freddie Gray's death Coverage: Freddie Gray's death

Freddie Gray, 25, died on April 19 -- a week after he was injured while being arrested by Baltimore police.

Baltimore police focus on van ride in investigation of Freddie Gray's death Baltimore police focus on van ride in investigation of Freddie Gray's death

Baltimore police said Monday that Freddie Gray asked for medical attention repeatedly while officers shuttled him in the back of a prisoner transport van, but they didn't call for paramedics until they found him critically injured and unresponsive at the end of the ride.

O'Malley cursed on public radio. Now he's raising money off it. O'Malley cursed on public radio. Now he's raising money off it.

Former Gov. Martin O'Malley used a curse word on a nationally broadcast radio program Monday morning to describe Republican policy ideas.

SPORTS

Clarksville's Tatyana McFadden wins third straight women's wheelchair Boston Marathon Clarksville's Tatyana McFadden wins 3rd straight women's wheelchair Boston Marathon

Clarksville's Tatyana McFadden wore a shirt honoring 8-year-old Richard Martin en route to her third straight women's wheelchair victory at the Boston Marathon.

Once a 'crapshoot,' finding wide receivers in NFL draft 'is easier now' Once a 'crapshoot,' finding wide receivers in NFL draft 'is easier now'

It was 10 years ago when wide receiver Mark Clayton arrived in Baltimore and embraced the expectations that came with being a first-round NFL draft pick.

ENTERTAINMENT

75 quotes from great Baltimore TV and movie characters 75 quotes from great Baltimore TV and movie characters

We present memorable words of wisdom from fictional Charm City residents on screens big and small.

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