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24 Heroin Dealers Indicted in Undercover Annapolis Sting

A six-month investigation in Annapolis is resulting in 24 heroin dealers being taken off the streets.


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UPDATE: Mother, 2 Children Missing from Charles Co. Found

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a mother and her two children who were reported missing Monday from their home in White Plains.


Soldiers from the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, arrive by bus to a homecoming ceremony in the Natcher Physical Fitness Center on Fort Knox on Feb. 27, 2014 in Fort Knox, Ky. (credit: Luke Sharrett/Getty Images)

Former Army Police Officer Admits to Stealing Electronics

A former Army police officer has pleaded guilty to stealing electronics from buildings he patrolled at Aberdeen Proving Ground.


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Hogan Administration Details $2M in Spending to Fight Heroin

As Maryland officials divide up a little more than $2 million to fight heroin addiction, roughly half the money will go toward restoring a Chestertown treatment center and creating an overdose survivor program in Baltimore.


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Maryland Transfers Last Detainees at Closed Detention Center

Gov. Larry Hogan is announcing the last transfers of inmates and detainees from the dangerously decrepit men’s section of the Baltimore City Detention Center.


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77-Year-Old Man Missing from Upper Marlboro

Prince George’s County Police are asking for the public’s help in searching for a missing man.



Flying Dog Brewery Has Big Growth Plans in Frederick

Flying Dog Brewery says it’s considering building a new plant in Frederick to increase production capacity sevenfold.


Children that have high levels of lead in their blood stand next to a peeling lead paint wall in their apartment. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Baltimore Gets $3.7M for Lead Removal

Federal housing officials announced that more than $3.7 million will be awarded to the city to help eliminate lead poison hazards.


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Maryland Issues Guidlines to Prevent Police Profiling

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh issued statewide guidelines Tuesday to prevent discriminatory profiling by law enforcement officers based on race, gender and other characteristics.


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Choir That Will Perform for Pope Francis Begins Practicing

Pope Francis won’t arrive in D.C. for another month, but a 90-person choir that will perform for the leader of the Catholic Church is already hard at work.