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Police: 1 dead, 2 injured in crash in Landover
A man was killed and two others were injured Sunday morning in a crash in Landover. Prince George's County police said the man was traveling on Matthew Henson Avenue and attempting to make a left turn onto Landover Road when his vehicle was struck by another vehicle traveling eastbound on Landover R
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Md. teen arrested for making threats to 'shoot up' Montgomery County high school
BETHESDA, Md. - An 18-year-old former Walter Johnson High School student has been arrested, police say, for making threats against students at the school. Montgomery County police say Luis Amilcar Cabrera of the 200 block of Congressional Lane in Rockville was arrested in Towson, Maryland, with the
Maryland Million Draws more than 20,000 Showcasing Locally-bred Horses
(Laurel, MD) -- WBFF -- Maryland-bred Saratoga Bob captured the Maryland Million Classic Saturday at Laurel Park before more than 20,000 fans. The annual event, which was first conceived by Broadcaster Jim McKay in the 1980's, features thoroughbred races with all Maryland-bred horses. The Maryland M
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Pedestrian Killed In Possible DUI Crash On Outer Loop: Police
OXON HILL, MD — A pedestrian is dead and another is facing charges after a vehicle crash in Prince George's County that Maryland state troopers believe may have involved an impaired driver. Authorities say Samuel Brown, 51, of Clinton was pronounced dead at the accident scene on the Outer Loop by Pr
New Orleans Saints vs Baltimore Ravens: Time, TV channel, score, how to watch live stream online
TheNew Orleans Saintsgame against theBaltimore Ravensis one that features a high-powered offense against a very stingy defense. The Saints will face the best defense they have seen so far this season and the Ravens face the best offense they faced onSunday at 1:05 p.m. PT/4:05 p.m. ET on KPTV-12, FO
Mechanicsville Woman Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for the Vehicular Slaying in Waldorf | Southern Maryland News Net
Wendy Lynn Moore, 50 of MechanicsvilleTony Covington, State’s Attorney for Charles County announced that on October 18, 2018, Charles County Circuit Court Judge H. James West sentenced Wendy Lynn Moore, 50 of Mechanicsville, to 5 years in prison for the vehicular slaying of Brian Smith.Moore, previo
DEVELOPING| Suspect wanted after man fatally shot in Parkville
BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD. -- WBFF -- Baltimore County Police say that a man was fatally shot in Parkville, on Saturday evening. According to authorities, around 8:00 p.m., a man was shot on Taylor Avenue/Beverly Avenue. The victim was taken to the hospital for life threatening injuries, where he died. T
Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Is Record-Breaking At $1.6M, Expected To Grow By Tuesday’s Drawing
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Maryland News: Baltimore, Eastern Shore Men Sentenced to Federal Prison for Scheme to Steal and Sell More Than $248,000 Worth of Processed Chicken Parts to Black Market Customers | STL.News
Baltimore,Maryland– U.S. District JudgeRichard D. Bennettsentenced Lamar Tiquon Greene, age 39, of Easton, Maryland, today to seven months in federal prison, followed by seven months of home detention as part of three years of supervised release, for interstate transportation of stolen chicken parts
Pedestrian struck, killed by SUV while changing tire on Beltway
When troopers arrived, they found the victim, Samuel Brown, 51, of Clinton, MD lying outside of his car.
Stink Bugs Are Back In MD: How To Get Rid Of Them
MARYLAND — With cool fall weather setting in, the pesky brown marmorated stink bug will try to set up winter quarters in your house, which one Maryland bug expert says looks just like a giant tree to the insect. This is the time to take steps to keep stink bugs outdoors. Given the apt nickname becau
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Police say a second-grade student was hit, killed by a work van near her Maryland school
A responding officer performed CPR, and the girl was rushed to a hospital, where she died. The driver remained at the scene.
National Weather Service Winter 2019 MD Forecast: Mild, Snowy
BALTIMORE, MD — There's been a flurry of early winter weather forecasts, and those homespun predictions have disagreed on just what kind of winter 2018-19 season is in store for Maryland. The meteorologists at the National Weather Service have what is likely good news for most folks, although it con
Armed suspects carjack Uber driver in Montgomery County, police say
NORTH BETHESDA, Md. - Police are searching for four suspects who reportedly carjacked an Uber driver in Montgomery County, officials say. According to police, the 25-year-old driver picked up four people in the 11300 block of Cushman Road in Rockville Friday afternoon. However, during the ride, they
Part Of Main Street Closed After Crash: Police
ELLICOTT CITY, MD — A stretch of Main Street is closed Friday in Ellicott City, according to officials. Police said that a truck hit power lines before 11:50 a.m., resulting in the closure.Main Street was closed from Old Columbia Pike to the Baltimore County line, police reported.Nobody was injured,
7-Eleven Armed Robber's Photo Released By Police
According to investigators, the armed robber approached an employee working behind the counter at the convenience store on Oct. 13. The suspect flashed his weapon, threatened the employee, and proceeded to steal merchandise from the display shelves.
Critics slam Baltimore police commissioner search, saying secrecy spurs confusion
After reports surfaced in Texas on Friday that Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald had been selected as Baltimore's next police commissioner, Mayor Catherine Pugh quickly refuted the story and said her administration was still vetting candidates. But she declined to answer additional questions.