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Friday afternoon headlines: Ray Rice Apologizes & His Wife Expresses Regrets In 1st Address To Media Since Assault Arrest; College Park Tennis Prodigy Is On The Path To Greatness; Baltimore Police Aim For Safe Memorial Day Weekend; and more

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Ray Rice Apologizes & His Wife Expresses Regrets In 1st Address To Media Since Assault Arrest– CBS Baltimore

Here’s the salary you need to earn to buy a house in Greater Baltimore– Baltimore Business Journal

College Park Tennis Prodigy Is On The Path To Greatness– CBS Baltimore

Dinner-and-a-movie company plans downtown Baltimore theater for first-run films– Baltimore Business Journal

Study Reveals Parents Leaving Small Children In Cars Alone– CBS Baltimore

Baltimore Police Aim For Safe Memorial Day Weekend– CBS Baltimore

New Report Details What Caused Fort Washington Landslide; Fix Could Take Months– CBS Baltimore

 

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