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Congress and the President have come to a compromise, at least for now, ending the 16-day shutdown stalemate and leaving the millions affected to start picking up the pieces.
Halloween wouldn't be the same without a hand picked pumpkin, ready to be carved or painted, and perfect for adding a festive, fall feel to anywhere in the house.
CNS reporter Ben Oldach breaks down the top headlines from around the state including a plan to revitalize the Inner Harbor, a man who police suspect of committing a string of sexual assaults and how some people from Western Maryland would rather go uninsured than enroll in the Affordable Care Act.
Shell collection delays and confusion over tax incentives have recently caused setbacks in the region’s oyster shell recycling campaign, which has recently taken on new ownership.
One Maryland lab is using science to artificially create, feed and grow oyster larvae -- no bigger than a grain of sand -- in order to help restore the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Marine veteran Jon Hancock's spray-paint art will be displayed in an exhibit at the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago, starting on Veterans Day.