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Fans Won't Be Allowed At Oct. 10 Navy-Temple Football GameDespite fall sports resuming in Maryland, fans will not be allowed at the Oct. 10 football game between Navy and Temple.
Man Charged In Two Maryland Shootings Arrested In North CarolinaPolice in North Carolina have arrested a Maryland man wanted in a non-fatal shooting that happened in Columbia in June.
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Howard County Updates Policy To Only Hold ICE Detainees Convicted Of Crime Of ViolenceThe Howard County Department of Corrections will be applying an updated policy to only hold ICE detainees at the Howard County Detention Center who have been convicted of a crime of violence as defined in Md. Criminal Law Code Annotated section 14-101.
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Second Maryland Correctional Officer Dies From COVID-19A second Maryland correctional officer has died due to the coronavirus, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said Monday.
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