1. Two officers involved in shooting ID'd

    Baltimore City Police identified two officers involved in a shooting early Thursday morning in East Baltimore.

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    Cops name Brooklyn Park murder victim

    Anne Arundel County Police identified a man who died Friday night after a fight Brooklyn Park.

    Posted 5 hrs 1 min ago

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    Orioles' series with Yankees set

    The Orioles are expected to be a little banged up, but should still be plenty in the groove. The Yankees have not played a game since Wednesday.

    Updated 4 hrs 12 mins ago

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    Orioles win 5-1, advance in playoffs

    Joe Saunders looked a little uncomfortable on the mound in the first inning, but that changed.

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    Oriole bird smiling in Glen Burnie

    The place to be around the Baltimore area Friday was a place with either the largest televisions or the most televisions.

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    Caregiver convicted of adult abuse

    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced Friday that Musa N. Agroh, 34, of Owings Mills has been found guilty of Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult in the Second Degree. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Michael Finifter accepted the guilty plea …

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    Orioles fans hope to dodge jinx

    Eutaw Street in downtown Baltimore was lined with egg shells Friday afternoon – in more ways than one.

ABC2 Health Beat


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    Free contraception may prevent abortions

    Contraception includes condoms and birth control pills, but there are other, longer-term methods that are effective and reversible: Intrauterine devices and implants.

  2. Free dental clinic for pregnant women

    Free dental clinic for pregnant women

    CCBC Dental Hygiene schedules free preventative services for pregnant women and infants.

  3. Clinics warning patients about steriod

    Clinics warning patients about steriod

    Health providers are scrambling to notify patients in nearly two dozen states that the routine steroid injections they received for back pain in recent months may have been contaminated with a deadly fungal meningitis.

  4. Free health fair at Arundel Mills Mall

  5. Fall allergies make a comeback

  6. Meningitis fears expand to 23 states

  7. Do restaurants need inspection grades?

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    ABC2 Investigators


    1. Slatterys break ground on new home

      Slatterys break ground on new home

      Two years after a tired trucker changed their lives forever, the Slatterys break ground on a new home as they continue their journey to a new normal.

    2. Don't get scammed with bogus playoff tix

      Don't get scammed with bogus playoff tix

      As the Orioles head toward the playoffs, scammers are going extra innings to create bogus tickets.

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    1. First Black Friday ad leaks out

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      John Matarese explains which Black Friday ad is already out, and what's coming next.

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      Whole Foods recalls "Ricotta Salata"

      Whole Foods is recalling the Frescolina brand "Ricotta Salata" from "Forever Cheese" because of a deadly outbreak caused by Listeria.

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      More stores pulling peanut butter

      Some of the country's largest grocery stores are pulling some of their store-brand products off their shelves, because of a recall of peanut butter and other nut products.

    4. Push is on for O's postseason gear

      Push is on for O's postseason gear

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    Crime Checker


    1. Two officers involved in shooting ID'd

      Two officers involved in shooting ID'd

      Baltimore City Police identified two officers involved in a shooting early Thursday morning in East Baltimore.

    2. Cops name Brooklyn Park murder victim

      Cops name Brooklyn Park murder victim

      Anne Arundel County Police identified a man who died Friday night after a fight Brooklyn Park.

    3. Homicide investigated in Brooklyn Park

      Homicide investigated in Brooklyn Park

      Anne Arundel County police are investigating the fatal assault of an unidentified man, whose body was found in Brooklyn Park Friday night.

    4. Caregiver convicted of adult abuse

      Caregiver convicted of adult abuse

      Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced Friday that Musa N. Agroh, 34, of Owings Mills has been found guilty of Abuse of a Vulnerable Adult in the Second Degree. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Michael Finifter accepted the guilty plea and sentenced the defendant to 18 months incarceration, all of which was suspended. Agroh received the maximum of five years probation. As part of her probation, the defendant must perform 80 hours of community service in the next 120 days.

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      Scammers steal Social Security payments

      A new scam has schemers directing your Social Security payments into their bank accounts.

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      Scammers posing as attorneys online

      Scammers pulling names and info from legitimate attorneys to set up bogus legal websites and solicit work.

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      Savings on medical costs could be scam

      Looking to save on medical costs? The FTC says be wary of some medical discount plans.