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Top Baltimore news: Virus hospitalizations down 100 statewide; escaped emu dies after capture; more

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By Hoodline - Published on May 12, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Baltimore.

Coronavirus hospitalizations down by nearly 100: MD Health Dept.

The Maryland Department of Health reported its largest decrease in coronavirus hospitalizations in recent weeks Monday morning.

Read the full story on Patch.com.

Escaped emu strolling through Baltimore County streets dies after capture

Baltimore County Police say the emu escaped from a fenced yard at Lynn’s Farm and Nature Center. Police tracked the emu to a busy four-lane section of Liberty Road near a Wal-Mart and a Home Depot and captured it there. But a police spokesperson said the emu died after it was captured from stress and exhaustion.

Read the full story on WBAL.

Steve Harvey Foundation helps Baltimore high schooler attend dream school

Dunbar High School freshman and 14-year-old Marque Knox has Hollywood dreams.

Read the full story on CBS Baltimore.

Full-time electronic tolling begins at Bay Bridge 

If you're taking the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to drive full-time electronic tolling will begin today.

Read the full story on CBS Baltimore.


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