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  • Senate panel approves one Hogan Cabinet pick, holds up five others

    Senate panel approves one Hogan Cabinet pick, holds up five others
    A Senate committee recommended confirmation of Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to be economic development secretary Monday. But the panel put off voting on five other Cabinet nominees amid continuing questions about two of them. The vote on R. Michael Gill to...
  • Operations return to normal at Liberty

    Local law enforcement authorities have given permission for operations to return to normal after a threat was reported this morning at Liberty High School, according to a release from Carroll County Public Schools. Detectives are questioning persons...
  • Record-breaking cold follows 6- to 11-inch snowfall, but spring is in sight

    Record-breaking cold follows 6- to 11-inch snowfall, but spring is in sight
    More record-breaking cold struck the Baltimore region after hours of steady precipitation left a layer of 6 to 11 inches of snow Thursday, disrupting work and school and creating treacherous road conditions. Temperatures Friday morning were at 10...
  • Help fight drug deaths in Carroll

    Regardless of your profession or your position in the community; you have an opportunity to send a message to those who have come into Carroll County to kill. Heroin and prescription opioid abuse is killing a record number of Carroll County residents....
  • State Police search for missing Harford County woman

    State Police search for missing Harford County woman
    Maryland State Police are searching for Marina Hope Zukor, a Harford County woman who has been missing since March 15. Zukor, 20, is from Havre de Grace but was last seen at the Rossbrooke Apartments in Cockeysville, getting into a Nissan sedan with...
  • Schools in the Court program returns

    Schools in the Court program returns
    With prom season approaching, more than 100 Anne Arundel County teenagers will be in court this week to learn about the consequences of making bad decisions. The students from Arundel and North County high schools, Harbor School and Phoenix Academy on...
  • A wrong turn at the NSA can bring trouble

    A wrong turn at the NSA can bring trouble
    Andy Leimer, dazzled by the sun as he made his way south on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway one day this year, made a wrong turn into the restricted campus of the National Security Agency. The Hanover man explained his mistake to an NSA Police...
  • Lawmakers head into final week with budget, 'rain tax,' tax relief on agenda

    Lawmakers head into final week with budget, 'rain tax,' tax relief on agenda
    Maryland lawmakers are returning from the holiday weekend with only seven days left in the 2015 General Assembly session with Gov. Larry Hogan's tax relief legislation and the state budget still on the agenda. Legislators are going to push for a final...
  • Thousands commemorate 10th anniversary of Fallston playground

    Families came by the carload early Saturday morning, creating a convoy that backed up traffic at least two miles. The occasion was the 10th anniversary of Annie's Playground in Fallston, an expansive venue dedicated to 6-year-old Annie Cumpston, who was...
  • Severn man arrested on human trafficking charges

    Severn man arrested on human trafficking charges
    A Severn man was arrested Friday on human trafficking charges after the Maryland State Police Child Recovery Unit recovered a missing 17-year-old girl, police said. Jimmie Junior Rogers, II, 27, was charged with human trafficking of a minor and...
  • Biden calls rape kit testing 'absolute priority'

    Biden calls rape kit testing 'absolute priority'
    Pointing to the existence of hundreds of thousands of untested rape kits across the country, Vice President Joe Biden told advocates in Baltimore County on Monday that the Obama administration is committed to increasing funding to help clear a backlog...