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Top Baltimore news: Up to 15K could lose food stamps; 2 teens arrested, officer hurt after fight

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Feds to cut up to 15K in Baltimore from food stamps

As many as 15,000 people in Baltimore could see their food stamps benefits slashed under a new Trump administration rule that tightens eligibility requirements.

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County Democrats recommend Hettleman to fill vacant state Senate seat

Baltimore County Democrats have recommended Del. Shelly Hettleman to fill the seat vacated by State Sen. Bobby Zirkin, who resigned  this month.

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Bill to allow Baltimore to collect millions in taxes on Uber, Lyft moves forward 

A bill that would allow Baltimore to collect millions in taxes on Uber and Lyft rides — which went a year without a hearing, due to the political upheaval following the resignation of ex-Mayor Catherine E. Pugh — was approved by the City Council’s Taxation, Finance and Economic Development committee on Thursday.

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Police follow dirt bike to West Baltimore home, seize guns, drugs

Police said they found a loaded rifle, a loaded handgun and 80 grams of suspected cocaine.

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Officer injured, 2 teens arrested after fight in Northeast 

Two teens were arrested Thursday afternoon after an officer was struck while trying to break up a fight involving a group of young people in Northeast Baltimore, police said.

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