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Recovering submerged car in Fells Point

Baltimore Fire Department, dive team and marine unit recover a submerged Mazda in Fells Point Sunday morning. The woman driving the car later died.

Amari Hutson discusses Wilde Lake football's 27-6 win over Atholton

Junior Amari Hutson talks Wilde Lake football after the Wildecats' 27-6 homecoming win over Atholton on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.

After a summer of sailing, Pride of Baltimore II returns to Baltimore

After a summer of sailing in the Great Lakes and Canada, Pride of Baltimore II returns to Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

Emma Gladstein discusses Marriotts Ridge field hockey's 2-1 win over Glenelg

Marriotts Ridge senior Emma Gladstein talks Mustangs field hockey after the team's 2-1 win over Glenelg on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.

David Krucoff advocates for a merger between DC and Maryland

David Krucoff, who is running as an independent for D.C. delegate, is an advocate for making DC part of Maryland so the District gets full representation.

University of Maryland wins $200 million grant to develop flu vaccine that will work for years

Dr. Kathleen Neuzil, director of the University of Maryland’s Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health, who will lead the research. Sept. 20, 2019.

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$700,000 federal grant for safety measures at CSX rail crossings in Maryland remains unspent

After a train hit a garbage truck in 2013 Maryland won a $700,000 grant for safety improvements. Years later, and after another collision, that money's unspent.

Baltimore area students take part in a Global Climate Strike march

Students from across Maryland are taking part in a youth-led Global Climate Strike.

Aicha Wilson, Gia Johnson discuss Wilde Lake girls soccer's 3-0 win over Centennial

Junior forward Aicha Wilson and Gia Johnson talk Wilde Lake girls soccer after the Wildecats' 3-0 win over Centennial on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Baltimore City youths work for tips washing car windshields at street intersections.

Baltimore City youths work for tips washing car windshields. Known as "Squeegee kids," they walk between cars stopped at red lights to offer their services.

Health Beat: Are you an ‘extreme early bird’?

Early to bed and early to rise? In its extreme form, this tendency is more common than previously believed, according to a new study.

Ravens' Carr on facing the Chiefs' high-powered offense

Cornerback Brandon Carr talks about correcting the Ravens' coverage mistakes from last Sunday before facing the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Gospel artist Anthony Brown honored at Morgan State University

Gospel artist Anthony Brown honored at Morgan State University and surprised with his first RIAA certified gold record for "Worth."

Maryland men’s basketball team adds some much-needed muscle

Terps director of basketball performance Kyle Tarp talks about his basketball boot camp that has transformed the players' bodies.

Terps Keandre Jones on playing for his home state team

Maryland linebacker Keandre Jones talks about playing for his home state team.

Ravens-Chiefs preview

The Sun's Daniel Oyefusi and Kevin Richardson preview the Ravens-Chiefs game Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

Celebrating diversity at Morgan State University

Sophomore Alexandrea Leger, who identifies as Afro-Latina, said she appreciates that at Morgan, she’s not just seen as a person of color.

Gov. Hogan calls on Attorney General Frosh to prosecute more Baltimore criminal cases

Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that he was directing Attorney General Brian Frosh to step in and prosecute more crimes in the city.

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