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Professional soccer player Freddy Adu coaches a youth soccer

Professional soccer player Freddy Adu coaches youth soccer while he continues to seek professional playing opportunities.

Teaching about Indian Affairs including Howard County Pow-Wow

Keith Colton, the administrative director of the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs, talks about Pow-Wows, and other aspects of Native American life.

Baltimore shooting at a drug treatment center leaves two people dead

Two people were killed and two others including a Baltimore police sergeant were injured Monday morning when an armed man entered a drug treatment center.

American Folklore Fest in Patterson Park

Organizers of the festival had hopes of bringing together a large group of people to celebrate the diverse cultures of Baltimore’s immigrant community.

Orioles pitcher Andrew Cashner on his trade to the Boston Red Sox

Orioles pitcher Andrew Cashner comments on his trade to the Boston Red Sox, which was made Saturday. (Nathan Ruiz / Baltimore Sun video)

Rubiks cube enthusiast Will Callan shows off his puzzle solving skills

Will Callan, an expert Rubiks Cube solver, shows off his skills as he prepares for a national tournament later this summer. (Karen Jackson / Baltimore Sun)

Officer involved shooting at The Golden Dragon Bar & Grill in Windsor Mill leaves one man dead

A shooting at the Golden Dragon Bar & Grill leaves one man dead and another injured after a federal off-duty officer shot a man with a gun.

Fire suppression test conducted on Capitol dome

The Maryland Department of General Services conducted a fire suppression test Friday morning, drenching the outside of the historic wooden dome with water.

Storm over Baltimore Harbor time lapse

A time lapse view from Federal Hill as a storm builds over Baltimore.

Aberdeen police seeking 2 in rent check thefts

Police are searching for two individuals caught on surveillance video that they believe stole multiple rent checks from Affinity Old Post and Highland Commons a

Health Beat: Doctors say summer is kidney stone season. Here’s why

With temperatures heating up, thoughts turn to cool drinks and vacations. But for urologists, the coming of summer signals a rise in kidney stones.

Baltimore city's gun violence strikes the family of Arnetta Brown again

Arnetta Brown, whose 16-year-old grandson Markell Hendricks was killed earlier this year and whose son Brian was killed in 2013, speaks about the emotional toll

Former Baltimore Raven Trevor Pryce teaches animation

Trevor Pryce is the creator of Netflix's animated "Kulipari", and brings his animation skills to the MICA campus. (Xavier Plater / Baltimore Sun video)

State's Attorney, Marilyn Mosby testifies before House Judiciary subcommittee about marijuana reform

Maryland State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby testifies before U.S. House members about marijuana reform.

Portion of Light Rail station falls into collapsed road in downtown Baltimore

A downtown Light Rail platform collapsed into the ground beneath it, two days into a mess of infrastructure failures that Baltimore officials warned is causing significant traffic and transit disruptions.

Crews deal with water main break at Pratt and Howard

The intersection of Pratt and Howard Streets is shut down Tuesday morning as crews continue to deal with yesterday's water main break.

Howard County 2019 Fan's Choice Player of the Year: Centennial girls vs. Marriotts Ridge boys

Centennial's Rasa Welsh and Marriotts Ridge's Colin Kelley — the overall girls' and boys' 2019 Fan's Choice Athletes of the Year — and their teammates face-off

Herbology cannabis dispensary to open in Westminster

Ian Gibbs, marketing outreach manager for the Herbology cannabis dispensary in Westminster, talks about the store's upcoming grand opening.