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The Baltimore Police Department has resumed testing officers’ firearms skills, examinations it suspended about a month ago after a police trainee was shot at another location.
D.C. police will resume blood-alcohol tests for suspected drunken drivers later this week, two years after the program was suspended because of testing equipment flaws.
The Washington County Free Library’s Bookmobile is back in service.
The U.S. State Department took extraordinary steps to limit harm to foreign relations and individuals after an Army private allegedly sent more than 250,000 classified diplomatic cables to the secret-sharing website WikiLeaks, two agency officials testified at a court-martial hearing Thursday.
The Frederick News-Post will resume publishing a Monday edition Feb. 6, nearly three years after suspending publication.
A high-ranking Baltimore school official has resigned after questions were raised about his education, which includes degrees from institutions criticized as “diploma mills.”
The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC and commuter bus service will be restored after interruptions caused by the snowstorm.