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Report: 109 People Killed by Police in Md. in 4 Years

At least 109 people died after police encounters in Maryland in a four-year span, according to a new report released by the American Civil Liberties Union.


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More Than 289,000 Md. Residents Enrolled for Health Care

The state of Maryland says 289,131 residents enrolled in health care in the second sign up period.


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Man Dies After Tree Falls On Him On Appalachian Trail

Authorities say a Philadelphia man has died after a large tree fell on him on the Appalachian Trail in Maryland.


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Police: Man Killed Pastor He Believed Was Possessed by Demons

A Pennsylvania man who was hearing voices in his head killed a pastor because he thought the clergyman was possessed by demons, police said Friday.


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Inaugural NFL Veteran Combine Will Include Familiar Faces

Redskins fans will be familiar with a few of the former NFL and area collegiate standouts performing in the inaugural NFL Veteran Combine.


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Icy Conditions a Concern as Snowstorm Leaves D.C. Region

Another snowstorm has come and gone in the D.C.-Baltimore region, leaving a mess in its path.


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Maryland Urges Drivers To Get Off Roads During Winter Storm

The Maryland State Highway Administration is urging travelers to stay off the roads due to snow and ice across the state.


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Md. Governor Larry Hogan Outlines Tax Relief Plans

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing tax relief measures in his first State of the State speech.


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Supporters of Paid Sick Leave in Md. Talk Pros

Supporters for paid sick days in Maryland are releasing new details on the cost benefits of workers earning time off.



Md. Graduation Rate Hits Record High

The Maryland State Department of Education says newly released data shows that more Maryland high school students are graduating than ever before.