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Md. Officials On Guard For 2018 Election In Wake Of Russian HackingRussian interference in the 2016 election has Maryland election officials on guard for 2018.
NOAA's Newest Weather Satellites Set To Launch Next WeekA lot will be riding on a NASA rocket on Feb. 27.
Some Md. Educators Fire Back Against Calls To Arm TeachersAs school threats spike across Maryland, educators across the state push back against President Donald Trump's calls to arm teachers.
Baltimore Native First African American On Pit Crew To Win Daytona 500A Baltimore native made history after becoming the first African American pit crew member to win a Daytona 500 last Sunday.
Funeral Services Held For Officer Killed While Intervening In Neighbor's Domestic DisputeFuneral services were held Friday for the Prince George's County Police corporal who was shot and killed Wednesday.
Anne Arundel Co. Middle School Investigating Threat Made On Social MediaAn Anne Arundel County middle school is investigating a threat made against the school Friday via social media.
Md. Police Find Xanax, Loaded Handgun, Shotgun During Traffic StopA traffic stop in Pasadena early Friday morning led police to find Xanax, a loaded handgun, a loaded shotgun and ammo.
Md. Football Player Paralyzed From Shooting Passes AwayA college football player from Maryland who was left paralyzed after being shot at a New Year's Eve party in Anne Arundel County has passed away.
Md. Schools On Edge In Wake Of Deadly Florida School ShootingStudents and parents across Maryland have dealt with an alarming number of school scares this month.
Daughter Of Legendary Jazz Musician Educating Baltimore Youth For More Than 50 YearsCamay Calloway Murphy is the daughter of legendary jazz musician Cab Calloway.
Gov. Hogan Gives Update On 2018 Legislative Session At The Halfway PointMaryland lawmakers are halfway through the 2018 legislative session, but they're still quite a bit of work left to be done.
Police: Suspect In Officer Killing Was Metro Mechanic With Open WarrantsThe man who shot and killed a Prince George's County Police officer was a Metro mechanic with three open warrants, investigators say.

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