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  • More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack

    More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack
    The personal information of more than 309,000 students, staff and alumni of the University of Maryland was compromised in a "sophisticated" cyberattack, University President Wallace Loh announced Wednesday. The breached database held names, Social...
  • 1 dead in 4-car crash in Arnold

    1 dead in 4-car crash in Arnold
    An Annapolis woman was killed and two other drivers were hospitalized in a four-vehicle crash in Arnold on Thursday morning, according to Anne Arundel police. Patricia Ann Krzeminski, 77, was driving her 2002 Chrysler Sebring eastbound on College...
  • Lab analysis took more than a year to link Baltimore man to rape

    Lab analysis took more than a year to link Baltimore man to rape
    It took the Baltimore Police crime lab well over a year to link a Southeast Baltimore man to a 2012 rape because of a backlog in DNA analysis. Before officers could arrest him, police say, he attacked again. Bernard Burton, 25, was charged last week in...
  • Former Coppin manager charged with procurement fraud

    Former Coppin manager charged with procurement fraud
    Coppin State University's former director of facilities was charged this week with multiple counts of procurement fraud, though details on his alleged crimes have so far not been revealed. Jerry Lamont Stamper, 59, of Randallstown, faces three felony...
  • Brown leaves door open to legalization of marijuana -- but not now

    Brown leaves door open to legalization of marijuana -- but not now
    Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown on Friday edged a small step further toward acceptance of eventual legalization of marijuana in Maryland, telling lawmakers he applauds the steps Colorado and Washington have taken to allow regulated use of the drug. Brown, a...
  • Abingdon man pleads guilty to bilking AFLAC out of commissions

    An Abingdon man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony theft scheme that involved bilking a national insurance company he represented out of sales commissions. Michael Paul Citro, 30, of Phillips Choice Court, pleaded guilty in Harford County Circuit Court...
  • Baltimore County police investigating videotaped arrest incident

    Baltimore County police investigating videotaped arrest incident
    Baltimore County police say they are investigating a weekend confrontation between an officer and a man filming an arrest in downtown Towson, footage of which was posted online and spread Tuesday. The 2 minute, 24-second video shows Baltimore County...
  • Thursday traffic: All lanes open on MD 136

    Thursday traffic: All lanes open on MD 136
    All lanes are open on MD 136 in the Dublin area after the clearing of an early morning single vehicle crash on Thursday, Maryland State Police said. The state Department of Transportation reported at 3:07 a.m. that the single-vehicle incident shut down...
  • Md. salary database reveals top paid state employees

    Much has been made recently about proposed pay increases for some Maryland's politicians, but even the highest-earning elected officials don't come close to the top of the state-employee income scale. Gov. Martin O'Malley's 2012 income of $150,000 was...
  • More police now sporting cameras on their bodies

    More police now sporting cameras on their bodies
    Officer Aaron Waddell pulled over a gray Dodge Caravan on Route 198 in Laurel and asked the driver for his license and registration. Waddell told the man why he stopped him — a suspected seat belt violation — and added, "Just to let you know,...
  • First snow of 2014 dumps 6 to 8 inches, closes schools, government

    The the first snowstorm of 2014 dumped six to eight inches of the white stuff accross Harford County from Thursday afternoon into early Friday morning, forcing the closure of schools and government offices. On Monday, the weather – heavy morning...