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The cause of the on-board fire remains unknown, though it did force Royal Caribbean International to cancel the trip and fly passengers back to Baltimore.
D.C. Council Member Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6), fresh off an official launch of his mayoral campaign, joins Kojo and Tom in the studio.
One person is dead and a second is critically injured, after a section of a parking garage at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda collapsed Thursday afternoon.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is suing the University of Maryland, demanding it pay a $52 million fine for withdrawing from the conference.
The budget includes pay raises for unionized workers and a small property tax hike, but county leaders disagreed over an energy tax that was supposed to sunset last year.
Two computers in Maryland are responsible for making sure that violent convicts surrender their guns, but there's a problem—the computers can't talk to each other.
The city's only major college football game is headed to Annapolis, where organizers say it will better highlight efforts to raise money for organizations that support the armed forces.
The two speed cameras were installed on county-maintained road without proper permission from county officials.
Officials say the change in county regulations would help crack down on unregulated tattoo shops.
Tuition for most Maryland residents attending state universities will go up, though not by more than three percent.
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