March 26, 2015
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Jesse Jackson Jr. Leaves Prison, Headed To Baltimore Halfway House
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. left an Alabama federal prison early Thursday bound for a halfway house in Baltimore.
Md. Announces Rare Birth Of 5 Cubs To 1 Black Bear
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it has documented the state's first known birth of five black bears in a single litter.
Reward Offered In Shooting Of Goodwill Store Security Guard
Maryland State Police are announcing a reward offer in the January shooting of a Goodwill store security guard in Frederick County.
Md. Senate Votes Unanimously For $40B Budget
The Maryland Senate has voted unanimously for the state's $40 billion budget.
Boy, 17, Found Not Competent For Trial In 3 Attempted Rapes
A 17-year-old boy has been found not competent to stand trial for the attempted rape of three women in a Walkersville park
Community Mourns The Loss Of Bill Toohey
Baltimore's media community, family and friends are mourning the loss of Bill Toohey, the director of communications for the governor's officer of crime control and prevention.
NIH: Condition Of American Ebola Patient Improves
The American receiving treatment for Ebola at a Maryland hospital is improving.
Suspicious Package In Elkridge Not Incendiary
Howard County police and fire are investigating a report of a suspicious package in Elkridge.
Md. Retailers, Distributors Agree To Powdered Alcohol Ban
Alcohol wholesalers and distributors in Maryland have agreed to a voluntary ban on the distribution and sale of powdered alcohol.
Student Who Sent Racist Email Won’t Return This Semester
Officials say a Maryland college student won't return to campus this semester after an email he sent filled with racist and sexist language was made public.
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