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  • Man with gunshot wound found dead in Rosedale

    Man with gunshot wound found dead in Rosedale
    Baltimore County Police say a man was found dead this morning at a gas station in Rosedale after suffering at least one gunshot wound. At 4:28 a.m., police and emergency medical personnel got a call for “unknown trouble” and responded to the...
  • $1M bail for Chicago man accused of beating 62-year-old man

    $1M bail for Chicago man accused of beating 62-year-old man
    Bail was set at $1 million Sunday for a Chicago man accused of beating a 62-year-old man Saturday morning on the West Side. Cordaro H. Fife, 24, of the 5300 block of South Hermitage Avenue, faces charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated...
  • Shooting victim drove himself to Rosedale gas station before he died

    Shooting victim drove himself to Rosedale gas station before he died
    A Baltimore man who was found suffering from a gunshot wound in Rosedale early Sunday morning had driven to the gas station where he collapsed onto the parking lot, Baltimore County police said Monday. Robert Wynder Jr., 23, of the 1700 block of...
  • Jay Leno discovers world's best karaoke couple at the pump

    So you think you and your significant other are pretty good at karaoke? Well, you've got nothing on Will and Monifa Sims, who delivered an impromptu gas station concert that was so impressive Jay Leno invited them on "The Tonight Show" on Wednesday....
  • Retail sales edged up in April

    Retail sales edged up in April
    Did you get out and shop in April? Retail sales numbers released today show improving consumer confidence and more spending in stores. The National Retail Federation reported a 0.6 percent seasonally adjusted sales gain from March to April,...
  • Cops catch West Side serial robbery suspect

    Cops catch West Side serial robbery suspect
    A West Side man stopped when police officers spotted him driving a car they knew had been recently stolen has been charged in a string of armed robberies on the West and Northwest sides, authorities said today. Kent Stubbs, 42, faces armed robbery...
  • Arrest made in Glen Burnie gas station shooting

    Arrest made in Glen Burnie gas station shooting
    Anne Arundel County Police have charged a Glen Burnie man with attempted murder in connection with a shooting at a Glen Burnie gas station last week. A 21-year-old man from Millersville was a passenger in a car that was leaving the Sunoco gas station on...
  • Man arrested for allegedly punching gas station clerk over 41 cents

    Man arrested for allegedly punching gas station clerk over 41 cents
    Authorities have arrested a man who they say punched a Long Beach gas station clerk in the face in a dispute over 41 cents. Kendrick Ruth, 35, allegedly punched the clerk at a Chevron gas station in the 4900 block of Lakewood Boulevard on Sept. 7...
  • Charges filed against man who allegedly punched gas station clerk

    Charges filed against man who allegedly punched gas station clerk
    A man who allegedly punched a gas station clerk last month in Lakewood in a dispute over 41 cents was charged Friday with felony assault and mayhem.  Kendrick Ruth, 35, allegedly punched the female clerk at a Chevron gas station in the 4900 block of...
  • Man held in number of local robberies

    Man held in number of local robberies
    Police have arrested a Santa Ana man suspected of robbing two Costa Mesa stores at gunpoint. Authorities believe Dennis Adamson, 24, may have also robbed an Independence Bank in Fountain Valley in August and a Subway sandwich shop and Mobil gas...
  • For Howard's Watson and Kittleman, bacon isn't on their plate [Political Notebook]

    For Howard's Watson and Kittleman, bacon isn't on their plate [Political Notebook]
    Here's the dish: The two candidates running to be the next Howard County executive met for breakfast Monday at the Double-T Diner in Ellicott City. They described the dining-table discussion as cordial. On the menu were family updates and analysis of...