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Baltimore Woman Accused Of Smuggling Drugs Into PrisonA 40-year-old Baltimore woman was arrested Monday after she was caught trying to deliver drugs to an inmate in a Hagerstown prison.
Commissioner Michael Harrison Rounds Out Executive Team With 2 New Additions To Baltimore Police DepartmentBaltimore Police Department Commissioner Michael Harrison announced two new Deputy Commissioners on Tuesday, rounding out his executive team.
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Maryland Snags Ex-Virginia Tech QB Josh JacksonQuarterback Josh Jackson, a star at Virginia Tech two seasons ago, has transferred to Maryland with two years of eligibility remaining. Gilma Avalos reports.
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Maryland Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Heroin Distribution Conspiracy, Illegal Possession Of FirearmPatrick Broxton, 48, of Ellicott City, was sentenced to 10 years followed by four years of supervised release for heroin distribution conspiracy and for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
National Aquarium Set To Release 2 Rescue Seals Are you going to Ocean City this week? You won't want to miss this!
More Than 100 Weapons, Thousands Of Rounds Of Ammunition Confiscated Under Maryland's Red Flag Law In Prince George's CountyMore than 100 weapons were confiscated in Prince George's County after Maryland passed its red flag law last year.
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Ransomware Attack Continues To Create Issues For Baltimore City Offices, ResidentsIt could take months for the city of Baltimore to recover from a ransomware attack.
One Trapped, One Ejected During Salisbury Car CrashThe Salisbury Fire Department responded to the scene of a serious car crash around 3 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Baltimore Officer Taken To Hospital After Police Cruiser Rear EndedA Baltimore Police Officer was taken to the hospital after their police cruiser was rear-ended.
Baltimore Police Officer Assaulted By Unruly SuspectA Baltimore Police officer was assaulted by an unruly suspect.
Frederick Pediatrician To Appear In Court On Child Sex Abuse ChargesA Frederick pediatrician was arrested Monday after he was indicted on an additional 65 charges, including child sex abuse and sexual assault. Dr. Ernesto Torres was already charged in the rape of a patient and the assaults of two other people, including an 11-year-old girl.
Prince George's County Police Offering 25K Reward For Information On Captiol Heights HomicidePrince George's County Police have identified the victim of a homicide in Capitol Heights on Tuesday. Gilma Avalos reports.
City Of Baltimore Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Biotech Company, Accused Of Inflating Costs For Prostate Cancer DrugMaryland's biggest city has filed an antitrust lawsuit against a biotechnology company it accuses of inflating costs for its prostate cancer drug.
Trial Delayed For Teen Accused Of Raping, Killing 83-Year-Old WomanA trial set to start this week for a Maryland teenager accused of raping and killing his 83-year-old neighbor has been postponed.
Baltimore County Police Continuing Search For Missing 83-Year-Old WomanPolice continue to look for a missing 83-year-old Woodlawn woman.

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