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College Football Report With AP’s Ralph Russo

Topics discussed are Jameis Winston and coaches on the hotseat. Ralph also says the game of the week is happening out on the west coast.

09/24/2014

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Goucher College Polls Marylanders About Parks

Maryland residents heavily favor state parks with features of historical interest, according to a Goucher College poll released Tuesday.

12/17/2013

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Mega Millions Jackpot Climbs To $586 Million

The Mega Millions jackpot soared to $586 million on Monday amid a frenzy of ticket purchases, a jump that pushed the prize closer to the $656 million U.S. record set last year.

12/16/2013

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National Zoo Panda Cub Weighs Nearly 10 Pounds

The National Zoo says its female giant panda cub now weighs almost 10 pounds.The zoo says the cub weighed in Friday at 9.68 pounds.

11/15/2013

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Prince George’s Police Investigating Attempted Abduction Of Boy

Police in Prince George’s County say a man attempted to abduct a 12-year-old boy in Capitol Heights after offering him candy.

11/15/2013

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Anchorman Parody Of TV News Lands At Newseum

While Dorothy’s ruby slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” are prize artifacts at the Smithsonian, Ron Burgundy’s burgundy “Anchorman” suit might turn out to be the most popular item at the Newseum in Washington.

11/15/2013

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Naval Academy Expelling Student For Setting Fires

The U.S. Naval Academy says it is in the process of expelling a midshipman accused of setting 11 small fires across the campus.

11/14/2013

A woman (R) takes pictures of cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin on March 29, 2011 in Washington, DC. Americans celebrating the beauty of Washington's landmark pink cherry blossoms this spring have at heart the tragedies jolting Japan, which gave the trees to the United States. More than 27,000 people are dead or missing, and two weeks after the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami crippled the aging nuclear plant in northeastern Japan, rescue work is still under way to avoid a major nuclear disaster. As many as one million people are expected to stream through the Mall esplanade area during the Cherry Blossom Festival from March 26 through April 10. (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

New Plaza In D.C. Marks Origin Of Cherry Blossoms

A 360-year-old Japanese stone lantern that sits among Washington’s cherry blossom trees now has a more prominent place on the National Mall.

11/08/2013

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Bias Alleged In Naval Academy Case

A lawyer for a U.S. Naval Academy student accused of sexual assault is asking a federal judge to remove the school’s superintendent from the case out of concern he could be biased from political pressure due to the heightened focus on the sexual assault problem in the military.

10/16/2013

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Former GOP Congressman Gilchrest Endorses Mizeur

A former Republican congressman from the Eastern Shore is endorsing Delegate Heather Mizeur, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor next year.

10/16/2013

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Md. Board Of Physicians Closes Abortion Probe After Abortion Clinic Death

The Maryland Board of Physicians has closed its investigation into the death of a woman who was treated at an abortion clinic in Germantown.

10/16/2013

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Union Leader: Navy Firefighters Had Faulty Radios

A union leader for a civilian Navy fire department that responded to the Washington Navy Yard shooting says faulty radios hindered emergency communications among some of the responders.

09/20/2013

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