Maryland

Man gets probation for stealing WWII dog tags from archives

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A Virginia National Guard sergeant has been sentenced to 18 months of supervised probation for stealing World War II-era dog tags. Read more

A dog blood donation saved this pit bull's life

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"If it wasn't for that blood transfusion, I do believe he would not be here today."Read more

Suspect lured group of seagulls to their death with bag of popcorn, police say

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Police in Maryland are looking for a suspect accused of killing at least 10 seagulls in a parking lot. Read more


Smith scores 19 to lead No. 15 Maryland past Indiana 75-59

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Jalen Smith scored 19 points to lead No. 15 Maryland to 75-59 rout of cold-shooting Indiana.Read more

Tiffany & Co. bracelet dropped in Salvation Army kettle

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Salvation Army leaders in Maryland say a donor recently dropped thousands of dollars worth of jewelry in a red kettle.Read more

CSX train derails on Potomac River bridge

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A CSX freight train crossing the Potomac River derailed early Saturday morning.Read more

Tuskegee Airmen pilot takes flight to celebrate 100th birthday

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The oldest of the nine remaining Tuskegee Airmen is celebrating a milestone birthday.Read more

Police: Bank teller charged in burglary after resident makes 'large withdrawal'

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Nathan Newell is charged with several felony offenses and was being held without bail.Read more

8-year-old raises $50,000 in care packages for homeless veterans

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The young "superhero" doles out socks, shirts, hygiene products and suitcases to men and women who are homeless veterans.Read more


Police: Man stabbed in fight over Popeyes chicken sandwich line

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Police say a man in Maryland was stabbed to death following an argument over a popular chicken sandwich.Read more

Guilty plea in newspaper shootings; insanity hearing is next

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A Maryland man pleaded guilty Monday in the slayings of five staffers at an Annapolis newspaper, and a jury is expected to hear testimony within weeks about whether he...Read more