Police Respond To Disturbance At Juvenile Detention FacilityCharges are pending after a disturbance at a juvenile detention facility in western Maryland in which at least three staffers were assaulted by inmates, authorities said Sunday.
Md. Woman Dies In Hospital While Being Treated For FluA Frederick woman has died after being treated for the flu at a hospital.
Missouri Man Sentenced To Life For 1996 Slaying In MarylandA Missouri man has been sentenced to life in prison in the 1996 rape and strangulation of a 15-year-old Maryland girl.
Plane Headed To Maryland Crashes Killing 3 People, 1 DogA small plane headed to Maryland crashed Saturday night in Indiana, killing three people and a dog. 
Mayoral Races Held In Frederick, Annapolis, College ParkVoters in some Maryland cities have chosen their mayor and voted on other local issues.
Maryland Police Searching For Missing Teenage GirlThe Frederick Police Department is searching for a missing 14-year-old girl who was last seen Monday.
Summer Farms Offers Fall Fun For The Whole FamilyMonday was a beautiful day with perfect weather to enjoy the outdoors, and in Frederick, one farm is promising fun for the whole family this fall.
No Charges In Fatal Maryland Police ShootingProsecutors will not pursue charges against two Maryland police officers who fatally shot a man during a confrontation after a traffic stop this summer.
Teens Charged In Rape Of Classmate; Female Acquaintance Investigated As Possible MastermindPolice have arrested two teen boys, and are working to identify a third suspect accused of kidnapping and raping one of their female classmates.
Theft Ring Stretching From California To Maryland Stopped A Decade LaterLaw enforcement agencies broke up a decade-old theft ring that stretched from California to Frederick, Maryland.
Program For Homeless High School Students To Expand25 Gov. Thomas Johnson High School students took part in a summer program called New Horizons Frederick that provided academic support and work opportunities to homeless high schoolers.
Frederick To Remove Statue Of Justice Who Affirmed Slavery From City Hall CourtyardA statue of the Supreme Court justice who an 1857 decision affirming slavery will be removed from a Maryland City Hall courtyard.

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