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3 Rescued From Burning Annapolis Building

Fire officials say crews rescued three people from the third floor of a burning garden-style apartment building in Annapolis.


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U.S. Sailboat Show To Open In Annapolis

The 45th United States Sailboat Show is opening in Annapolis.


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Flooding At City Dock Closes Nearby Streets In Annapolis

Flooding at City Dock has closed nearby streets.



Maryland State Archives Hosts Genealogy Festival

The Maryland State Archives is about more than dusty old books.


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Coastal Flood Advisory In Effect Until 6 p.m.

A coastal flood advisory is in effect until 6p.m. tonight for Annapolis and parts of Anne Arundel County.


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Annapolis Police Raising Money For Special Olympics Maryland

Police in Annapolis are raising money for Special Olympics Maryland with a one-mile race through the city.


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Pedestrian Struck Near U.S. 50 In Annapolis

State police with the Glen Burnie Barrack say an adult female was flown to shock trauma after being struck near U.S. 50 in Annapolis.


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Annapolis Police Battle Thefts From Autos

Walking along Duke of Gloucester Street and the surrounding neighborhood, Annapolis police Officer Ryan Thiel looked closely into one car after another.


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Md. Ban On Grain Alcohol Hurts Violin Makers

Binge drinkers and frat boys aren’t the only ones despairing over Maryland’s new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected.


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Maryland Releases Survey On College Drinking

An eye-opening new report reveals drinking is widespread on Maryland college campuses, with almost half of students binge-drinking once a month.


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Md. To Update Efforts To Help Immigrant Children

More than 2,000 immigrant children. That’s how many state leaders say are right here in Maryland after fleeing from violence in Central America. Tuesday, the O’Malley/Brown administration talked about the steps they’re taking in supporting the federal government’s efforts to help children.


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N.J. Detective Acquitted In Maryland Road Rage Fatal Shooting

A jury sides with a New Jersey police detective who claims he shot and killed a road-raging Anne Arundel County man in self-defense.





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