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Baltimore City Woman Sentenced For Faking Care For Her Grandmother To MedicaidMariah Larease Moore is sentenced to one-year incarceration, all suspended and is on three years of probation- along with paying back $29,000 to the Medicaid program in restitution.
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PETA's Latest Billboard Mocking Jared Kushner, Calling For Humane Rodent Control Goes Up In BaltimoreThe billboard shows a Kushner look-alike sitting on a pile of money next to a rat with a small wedge of cheese. The man has a "JK" pin on his suit jacket.
Two Md. Democrats To Join Baltimore County Executive's StaffTwo Maryland lawmakers are leaving the House of Delegates to join the staff of Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski.
Anne Arundel County Woman Breaks State Mahi Mahi RecordAn Anne Arundel County woman now holds the state record for catching the largest common dolphinfish, also known as mahi mahi.
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State Police Investigating Sykesville Home InvasionMaryland State Police are investigating a home invasion that happened early Monday morning in Sykesville.
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Baltimore Native Andé De Shields Gets Key To The City After Tony Award WinBaltimore native André De Shields was presented with a Key to the City Monday morning, two months after winning his first Tony Award.
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Crime Surveillance Plane Will Not Return To Skies Over Baltimore In Near Future, BPD Commissioner SaysBaltimore’s police commissioner will not support flying a surveillance plane over the city again.
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Lawyers For Adnan Syed Ask Supreme Court To Hear CaseThe subject of the popular podcast "Serial" was denied a new trial earlier this year, when the Maryland State Court of Appeals voted 4-3 that there was "not enough" to overturn Syed's conviction.
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Stolen Car From Baltimore Set On Fire In QueenstownA car reported stolen from Baltimore was found burned out and abandoned in Queen Anne's County Monday morning, the state fire marshal's office said.
Dog Found In Baltimore Alley With Severe Neck InjuriesThe Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter (BARCs) is hoping to save a dog who was found in a Baltimore alley last week with severe injuries to her neck.
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Security On The Mind As New School Year Starts At Morgan State UniversityMorgan State University school officials are welcoming students back to campus and also talking about new safety initiatives.

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