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  • Five teens seriously injured in Glen Burnie crash

    Five teens seriously injured in Glen Burnie crash
    Anne Arundel County police said excessive speed and damp road conditions appear to be have contributed to a crash early Tuesday morning in Glen Burnie that sent five teenagers to area hospitals.
  • 'It just seemed like an accident waiting to happen'

    'It just seemed like an accident waiting to happen'
    The damaged power boat sat on a trailer Monday morning near the banks of Kent Narrows. A Coast Guard investigator talked to two men nearby, then walked over to the hydro racing vessel, crouched down and looked closely at the bow. Its fiberglass was...

    Man flown to Shock Trauma after Annapolis motorcycle crash

    Man flown to Shock Trauma after Annapolis motorcycle crash
    A 40-year-old man was flown to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore by helicopter Monday after an accident on Route 50 in Annapolis, said Capt. Russ Davies, a county fire department spokesman. The man had serious but not life-...

    Police: Two stabbed in Pasadena

    Police: Two stabbed in Pasadena
    Anne Arundel County police said two people were stabbed Thursday morning in the Lake Shore area of Pasadena. The call came in about 7:45 a.m. for a double stabbing at a home in the 1200 block of Lynn Avenue, police said. When officers arrived, they...

    5 other things we learned from the Freddie Gray autopsy

    5 other things we learned from the Freddie Gray autopsy
    An autopsy obtained by The Baltimore Sun Tuesday revealed that Freddie Gray's death was caused by a single "high-energy" injury — like those seen in shallow-water diving incidents — most likely when the police van in which he was riding...