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Md. Man Charged With Indecent Exposure Involving Children

A 25-year-old man has been arrested after police say he exposed himself and offered rides to several children in Jessup.


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Inmate Died From Steam, Burns After Damaging Heating Unit

Maryland’s prison agency says an inmate was accidentally scalded to death by steam and hot water after he damaged a heating unit in his cell at the Jessup Correctional Institution.


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Abduction Suspect Waives Extradition to Virginia

A man arrested in Maryland by officers rescuing a woman abducted in Philadelphia has agreed to be extradited to Virginia to face outstanding charges.


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Man Discovered in Dump Truck, Claims Family Members Compacted

Officials say a 28-year-old man was discovered in a dump truck when the contents were emptied at a waste management facility in Jessup.


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Motorcyclist Dies After Howard County Crash

A Maryland motorcyclist has died after crashing into a guardrail in Howard County.


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Police Return Escaped Maryland Inmate to Prison

An inmate escaped from Dorsey Run Correctional Facility, a minimum security prison in Jessup, early Monday morning.


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Defendant in 1 of Md.’s Longest Murder Trials Dies

A former Westminster businessman convicted in one of Maryland’s longest murder trials is dead.


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Twist Helps Kidney Donor Save Dad, Husband

When her father’s kidneys failed, a Jessup woman who had already signed up to donate to a stranger through a paired exchange was told she would have to honor her previous commitment.


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Md. 5th Grader To Present Business Idea to Warren Buffett

Lots of Howard County students like to read, but not all of them are working with the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship to market that passion in front of billionaires.