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Police: Bus Driver Was Speeding Before Route 29 Crash That Injured 5A school bus crash on Route 29 Monday morning left two adults and two high school students with minor injuries.
Man On Motorcycle Seriously Injured After Avoiding Collision With Pickup TruckA man has been seriously injured after avoiding a collision with his motorcycle and a pickup truck Sunday morning in Ellicott City.
Third Maryland Municipality To Push For Amazon HQ2A third Maryland municipality is making a push for Amazon's second headquarters.
Howard Co. Man Found Guilty Of Murdering ParentsA Howard County jury has convicted a man of killing his parents.
Missing Pregnant Teacher Found Dead; Boyfriend Charged With MurderMontgomery County police say a missing pregnant teacher has been found dead.
Maryland Woman's Cupcake Business Wins National TV Show CompetitionA former kindergarten teacher from Howard County with a knack for baking is getting national attention.
Howard Co. Keeping The Memory Alive Of Those Lost On 9-11Police and fire stand tribute, presenting a wreath to remember the four from Howard County who perished, and all 2,996 who died.
Tractor-Trailer Carrying Milk Overturns On Maryland RoadFire crews responded to an overturned tractor-trailer carrying milk in Howard County Thursday evening.
Son Of Former University Of Maryland Coach Killed In ShootingThe victim killed in a Howard County shooting is believed to be the son of former University of Maryland head coach Mike Locksley.
Police Searching For Missing New Jersey Man Who Visited MarylandHoward County police are searching for a missing New Jersey man who was last seen last week in Maryland.
New Phone App PulsePoint Helps Those Certified In CPR Save LivesMost people who don't get immediate CPR after a heart attack die, but Howard County has rolled out a new phone app that connects those who can help with those who desperately need it.
Howard County Confirms No Breach Of Data During Website HackHoward County has completed its internal review following the hack of the county's government website, and confirmed that there was no breach of data.

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