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Police: Man Left His Elderly Mom in Hot Car While at Md. Casino

A man has been charged with neglect after he allegedly left his elderly mother inside a hot car for nearly five hours outside a Maryland casino.

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2 Men Held Captive For Cash at Silver Spring Hotel

Montgomery County police say two men reported being held captive by armed abductors at a Marriott hotel in Silver Spring.


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Woman Who Left Child in Car Gets 5 Days in Jail

A woman who prosecutors say left her 4-year-old daughter in a car for hours while she gambled at a casino has been sentenced to 5 days in jail.


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‘The Bachelor’ Casting Call At Maryland Live! Casino

‘The Bachelor’ is holding a casting call at the Maryland Live! Casino.


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Casino Revenue in Maryland Totals Nearly $78M in March

Maryland officials say the state’s four casinos brought in nearly $78 million in revenue last month.


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Police: Woman Left Child in Casino Parking Lot For Hours

A woman left her 4-year-old inside a car in a casino parking garage for more than eight hours Tuesday, according to police.


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Poker Room at Maryland Live! Casino Opens

The 52-table poker room at Maryland’s largest casino is set to open to the public Wednesday.


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Md. Casino Revenue Exceeds Estimates for Fiscal Year

Maryland’s casinos have exceeded revenue estimates for the recently ended fiscal year.


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Maryland Casino Revenues $59 million in April

Maryland’s three casinos pulled in approximately $59 million in April.


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Maryland Live! Table Games Begin

Maryland’s General Assembly passed it, the governor signed it and the voters OK’d it.