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Capital Gazette Closing Annapolis NewsroomThe Capital Gazette is closing its Annapolis office permanently in light of the coronavirus pandemic, a spokesperson from Tribune Publishing said Wednesday.
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Former Maryland Hospital Worker Charged With Sex Assault Of Unconscious PatientA former Maryland hospital worker has been charged with sexually assaulting an unconscious patient. Katie Johnston reports.
18-Year-Old Marion Maddox Charged In Fatal Worcester County ShootingMaryland State Police are charging an 18-year-old man in connection with the fatal shooting of a man Tuesday afternoon in Worcester County. Katie Johnston reports.
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Police: 4 Charged With Rioting Following Richmond ProtestsFour people have been arrested following a night of protests in Virginia's capital city that saw several businesses damaged and properties defaced, police announced Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
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Police: Severn Man Charged After Allegedly Pouring Gasoline On Home, Threatening To Set It On Fire After ArgumentA 52-year-old Severn man was charged with attempted first-degree arson after he allegedly poured gasoline onto another home and threatened to light the house on fire following an argument with its resident. Katie Johnston reports.

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