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  • 3 injured after party in Potomac 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 4:52 pm
  • ROCKVILLE, Maryland - Montgomery County Police say three people were injured after a party in Potomac.

  • Md. man fined in connection with striped bass 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 4:10 pm
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - A Lanham man has been fined $2,000 after pleading guilty to catching more than 200 undersized striped bass during a fishing trip.

  • Osprey nest blocking Md. traffic camera removed 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 3:47 pm
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - A pair of ospreys that built their nest on a pole holding a Chesapeake Bay Bridge traffic camera will have to find a new home.

  • Naval Academy breaks ground on new clinic 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 2:19 pm
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - The U.S. Naval Academy has broken ground on a new $41 million health clinic.

  • Police: 1 dead after Anne Arundel boating accident 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 2:01 pm
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Authorities are investigating after a man died while boating in Anne Arundel County.

  • Man convicted in death of six-week-old son 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 12:34 pm
  • BALTIMORE - A Baltimore man has been convicted of child abuse in the death of his infant son.

  • Man shot in car while fleeing robbery 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 12:05 pm
  • TOWSON, Maryland - Police in Baltimore County are investigating after a man was shot in the back while fleeing a robbery.

  • Howard County sobriety checkpoints nets 3 arrests 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 11:59 am
  • ELLICOTT CITY, Maryland - Police in Howard County say three people were arrested as a result of a sobriety checkpoint set up in Savage.

  • Charter government popular among Md. counties 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 9:30 am
  • WESTMINSTER, Maryland - Though all 23 Maryland counties started by being run by county commissioners, more and more counties have switched to a charter form of government in search for greater control over local issues.

  • Islamic society event offers cultural education 
    Updated: Apr-19-14 9:29 am
  • FREDERICK, Maryland - The Islamic Society of Frederick's youth club members born in the United States or who came to America at a young age don't know a lot about their native countries. An event held this month by the recently organized group seemed to make a lot of progress in filling the education void.

  • Delmarva Chicken Festival to end after 65 years 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 8:46 pm
  • SALISBURY, Maryland - The Delmarva Chicken Festival, an annual tradition to promote the region's poultry industry, will hold its final event this summer.

  • Economist: 2018 minimum wage will be worth $9.25 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 4:23 pm
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - In a plan approved by the legislature, full-time minimum-wage workers in Maryland will ultimately make about $875 less annually than they would have under the governor's proposed timetable, an economic analyst said.

  • Federal lawsuit over western Md. wind farm ends 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 3:04 pm
  • CUMBERLAND, Maryland - A legal dispute over a western Maryland wind farm has ended.

  • NTSB: Ship hit Md. CSX pier while going too fast 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 2:25 pm
  • BALTIMORE - The National Transportation Safety Board says high speed was the probable cause of a shipping accident that did more than $2 million worth of damage to a CSX Corp. coal pier in Baltimore Harbor.

  • Md. warns of possible bacteria in porridge product 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 1:34 pm
  • BALTIMORE - Maryland health officials are warning people against eating a porridge product because of the potential presence of dangerous bacteria in it.

  • Sheriff seeks brighter lights on western Md. road 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 10:49 am
  • HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - Washington County Sheriff Douglas Mullendore says he's pushing for brighter lights along a section of U.S. 40 in Hagerstown where two pedestrians were fatally struck by vehicles in recent weeks.

  • Parents' suit against Md. private school dismissed 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 9:47 am
  • ROCKVILLE, Maryland - A Montgomery County judge has dismissed a couple's lawsuit alleging that a top private school jeopardized their son's college career by not doing enough to help him.

  • Md. urges awareness of invasive species 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 3:19 am
  • HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - The Maryland Department of Agriculture is urging residents to help reduce the spread of invasive species that pose a threat to agricultural and natural resources.

  • Oxford-Bellevue Ferry reopens on bay for 2014 
    Updated: Apr-18-14 2:19 am
  • OXFORD, Maryland - The ferry between Oxford and Bellevue will begin operating again this year in time for the Easter weekend.

  • Gubernatorial candidates clash on economic policy 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 10:35 pm
  • TOWSON, Maryland - All three Democratic candidates in the governor's race agree Maryland's economic policies need work, but they disagree sharply about how much.

  • Man convicted of killing 4 over drug stash 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 5:43 pm
  • UPPER MARLBORO, Maryland - A Texas man has been convicted of fatally shooting four people, including two toddlers, after 60 pounds of marijuana went missing.

  • Howard County police chief announces retirement 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 3:31 pm
  • ELLICOTT CITY, Maryland - Howard County Police Chief William McMahon is retiring, after eight years in the post and 30 years in law enforcement.

  • Man killed crossing road in Westminster, Md. 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 12:00 pm
  • WESTMINSTER, Maryland - Maryland State Police are investigating the death of a man who hit by a car while crossing Route 140 in Westminster.

  • 5 free things to do in Annapolis, Md. 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 10:05 am
  • ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - This picturesque state capital near the Chesapeake Bay is known for its history, sailing and seafood. Annapolis served as the capital of the United States for nine months in 1783 and 1784. The city also is known for its colleges - both the U.S. Naval Academy, and St. John's College, founded in 1696 as King William's School. The city's historical ambience is a big draw, as well as its restaurants, shops and taverns. Some of the city's main attractions can be visited for free. The quaint downtown layout over a compact area is better suited for pedestrians than cars, making it ideal for a walking tour.

  • 4th Md. prison training veteran service dogs 
    Updated: Apr-17-14 4:19 am
  • HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - The medium-security Maryland Correctional Training Center near Hagerstown is becoming the fourth state prison where inmates who served in the military help train service dogs for disabled veterans.