Maryland's Comptroller, Lawmakers Focusing On Office's Regulatory Powers Over Alcohol, Tobacco And Gasoline
Comptroller Peter Franchot and sponsors of a measure to transfer regulatory powers to a commission held dueling news conferences Thursday.

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New Scent Kit Helping Police Track Down Missing People FasterBloodhounds and search dogs are routinely called in when someone disappears, but the trail can go cold quickly. But a new kit could help police find missing people faster with a simple swab.
Parents Of UMD Student Who Died After Getting Adenovirus Take Steps Toward Legal Action Against SchoolThe UMD freshman died in November after the strain of adenovirus attacked her respiratory system. The virus sicked more than 40 students at College Park last fall- and Paregol believes the school is to blame.
District Asks In Survey If Baltimore County Public Schools Start After Labor DayIn the survey BCPS asks should schools start on August 26 or September 3?
Student Throws Unknown Substance While Graduating At Towson University's SECU ArenaA Towson University student threw an unknown during commencement at SECU Arena Wednesday, leading the university to call local officials to investigate out of an abundance of caution.
Coming Up Tonight On WJZComing up tonight on WJZ at 11, school start debates and steps being taken in response to Oliva Paregol's adenovirus death. All this coming up at 11.
Germantown Man Sentenced To Life In Prison On Multiple Rape ConvictionsMarlon Alexander was convicted in February 2019 for raping a 69-year-old woman in Germantown twice, once in 2010 and again in 2011.
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Woman Sentenced For Elder Theft Scheme Of Ill Patient, Stole An Estimated $70KA West Virginia woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison for a theft scheme between $10,000 and $100,000 and credit card theft between $1,500 and $25,000.
Hogan Criticizes Clean Energy Bill, Sets Separate GoalsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says a renewable energy measure isn't clean enough, and he is announcing his own goal of reaching 100 percent clean energy in the state by 2040.

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Maryland Beats Illinois 6-2 In Big Ten OpenerMaxwell Costes and Justin Vought each hit two-run homers in the eighth inning and Maryland beat third-seeded Illinois 6-2 on Wednesday in the opener of the Big Ten Tournament.
Harford County Man Charged With Child Pornography PossessionSandeep Patel, 29, of Belcamp, Md., is charged with eight counts of possession of child pornography.
Maryland Kids Honored With EMS Award For Quick Thinking In Emergency SituationsMaryland paid tribute to some very important public servants with the presentation of EMS Awards on Wednesday. 
Baltimore, State Police Discussing Possible Review Of Sean Suiter CaseThe Baltimore Police Department and the Maryland State Police are discussing a possible review of the Sean Suiter case.
Allergy Season Hits Baltimore Hard Even As Pollen Counts DropAn estimated 50 million people suffer from seasonal allergies in the United States and this allergy season is one of the worst in memory- and especially bad in Baltimore.
$20 Bills Featuring Harriett Tubman Won't Come Out Until 2028Officials said the redesign of the $20 and other bills is more about protecting them from counterfeit issues. 
BCPS To Introduce New Superintendent With Community Meetings Amid Union ComplaintsDarryl Williams is set to take the new role. It capped a process that lasted several years.
Police Investigating Man Found Dead Near University of MarylandThe man was found lying unconscious in the 8700 block of Rhode Island Avenue in College Park around 6 a.m. He was suffering from head trauma.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Want To Keep Roe V. Wade As Is, CBS News Poll FindsThe abortion debate intensifies with questions over whether any of the new state-level bans could make it to the Supreme Court.
Germantown Man Sentenced To Life In Prison On Multiple Rape ConvictionsMarlon Alexander was convicted in February 2019 for raping a 69-year-old woman in Germantown twice, once in 2010 and again in 2011. 
Baltimore Hunger Project Pushes To Conquer Childhood HungerOver 100,000 children in Baltimore City and County get free or reduced meals at school, but on the weekend, that's not the case. Many of those students spend the weekends without enough food to eat.
Phelps Honored For Honesty On Mental Health, Helping Others Michael Phelps said his Olympic medals do not define who he is, and he's been open about how his Olympic career has impacted his mental health. 
AAA Expects Record Breaking Traveling Numbers Ahead Of Memorial Day, Including Right Here In MarylandThe days of having the beach all to yourself at Sandy Point State Park, or quick trips over the Bay Bridge are about to come to an end.
Two Arrested After Major Drug Bust In Anne Arundel CountyPolice noticed Wednesday morning a car outside the home of a man with outstanding warrants. 
Survey: Should Baltimore County Public Schools Start After Labor Day?Should Baltimore County Public Schools start after Labor Day? The school district is asking that question in a survey released to the community Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.
Maryland Ranked Among Safest States For Memorial Day TravelIf you're headed out on a road trip to to the beach this Memorial Day, here's some good news: Maryland is among the safest states for travel for this holiday weekend. Matt Yurus reports.
Towson Business Owners Eagerly Await Completion Of Construction ProjectsIt has been difficult to navigate through Towson lately as construction continues to arise everywhere.
Thousands Of Cancer Diagnoses Tied To A Poor Diet, Study FindsYour diet may have more impact on your cancer risk than you might think, a new study has found. Matt Yurus reports.
Overturned Tractor-Trailer Causing Delays On Northbound Route 32 In Howard CountyAn overturned tractor-trailer has shut down all but one lane of northbound Route 32 between I-70 and Old Frederick Road in West Friendship Wednesday afternoon.
Police Look For Suspects After Woman Found Dead In Shopping CartPolice released surveillance images of two men they believe could be connected with the death of a woman found in a shopping cart near a Baltimore apartment complex.

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