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2 Wanted For Credit Card Theft In Baltimore County

At least two people are wanted for credit card theft in Baltimore County.


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Ocean City Police: Calls Unchanged, While Arrests Drop

Police in Ocean City say calls for service increased last year, but arrests dropped.


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Number Of Male Nurses Is On The Rise

The number of men entering the nursing field is rising.


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Maryland State Police Release Preliminary DUI Numbers

Maryland State Police are releasing preliminary numbers about DUI arrests.


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Prince George’s Officials Reveal Historic Crime Lows

Police and other officials in Prince George’s County have announced what they say are historic lows in crime.


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Near-Extinct Bald Eagles Thriving In Their New Harford County Home

The American bald eagle — now back from the brink of extinction — is literally flocking to an unlikely spot right here in Maryland.


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Stink Bug Numbers Down, Wet Fall Eyed As Reason

Stink bug numbers are down, and researchers say they suspect the wet fall weather across the mid-Atlantic may be the reason.



Md. Promotes Aquaculture To Boost Oyster Numbers

Harvesting oysters from the Chesapeake Bay could become as simple as pulling up a cage from a local waterway under a new push by the state of Maryland to develop aquaculture ventures.


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Winning Powerball Ticket Sold In Md. For First Time

Maryland has its first Powerball jackpot winner.


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Obama: Jobs Numbers Are Sign Of Economy’s Strength

President Barack Obama says unemployment numbers released Friday indicate the economy is showing signs of strength.


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Md. Law Will Delay Census Numbers To Redistrict

A new Maryland law that counts prison inmates as residents of where they last lived will delay when lawmakers will see updated census numbers for the purpose of redrawing legislative districts, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Friday.