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  • Judge to choose adult or juvenile court in Howard murder

    Judge to choose adult or juvenile court in Howard murder
    Morgan Lane Arnold's bedroom at her mother's house was painted pink and lilac, with white unicorns prancing in a border that ran along the walls. Even at 14, her mother said, she still believed in unicorns. The room has been repainted recently, the...
  • Newport News Sheriff says Medicaid expansion would reduce crime

    Newport News Sheriff says Medicaid expansion would reduce crime
    NEPORT NEWS — Sheriff Gabe Morgan on Wednesday was the face of a national law enforcement group that is pressing state lawmakers to expand Medicaid eligibility in Virginia. At a press conference Morgan said people don't always connect health...
  • An executive order Obama should sign

    What a difference a year makes. It was only a year ago that Republicans were among the loudest voices for comprehensive immigration reform. Of course, they were speaking, not out of conviction, but out of desperation, after their party's disastrous...
  • Rain updates: Mud flow in Chevy Chase canyon, minimal delays at Bob Hope

    Rain updates: Mud flow in Chevy Chase canyon, minimal delays at Bob Hope
    [UPDATED 4:01 p.m.] As rain pounds the Southland, residents and public safety officials in the Burbank-Glendale-La Ca├▒ada region are dealing with a series of mostly minor incidents. Here's a roundup of what's happened so far: - Crews temporarily...
  • Image of infant with a rifle goes viral, fueling gun debate

    Image of infant with a rifle goes viral, fueling gun debate
    A Facebook picture of a 6-month-old smiling with a rifle resting across her lap has gone viral — prompting furious debate over seemingly everything from parents' rights to gun rights to the right to post the image online. Here's the story behind...
  • Rain hits hard, but few incidents in Glendale

    Rain hits hard, but few incidents in Glendale
    Despite a heavy downpour that saw some parts of the Foothills receive more than two inches of rain, Glendale weathered the second storm system of the week with mostly minor incidents and inconveniences. According to the National Weather Service, the wet...
  • George B. Brosan, state police superintendent

    George B. Brosan, state police superintendent
    George B. Brosan, a career law enforcement officer who had served as Maryland State Police superintendent, died Thursday of cancer at his Annapolis home. He was 78. "He was a titan in both attitude and influence, and had a splendid career in law...
  • Teachers union president blasts Harford's Craig [Letter]

    Editor: During County Executive Craig's final State of the County Address, he extolled the accomplishments of his administration. Most notable among these were many construction projects, including a new sheriff's office, emergency operations center,...
  • Contractor threatens to cut off program used for LAFD's 911 calls

    Contractor threatens to cut off program used for LAFD's 911 calls
    The creator of computerized scripts that Los Angeles firefighters use to assess medical emergencies during 911 calls is threatening to cut off the service. The warning came Tuesday in response to a decision by city leaders to direct the Los Angeles Fire...
  • Rewards proposed to help LAPD catch hit-and-run drivers

    Rewards proposed to help LAPD catch hit-and-run drivers
    Los Angeles police are drafting plans for a┬áproposed program that would offer Angelenos rewards of up to $50,000 for information that helps arrest and convict hit-and-run drivers. Los Angeles has “the distinction of being the hit-and-run capital...
  • Prison investigators continue to find out cause of fight that led to stabbings

    Prison investigators continue to find out cause of fight that led to stabbings
    A tier of the Maryland Correctional Institution in Jessup remained on lockdown Friday, a day after three inmates were stabbed in an argument among several prisoners. Two men suffered wounds that were not life-threatening. Another man, who was stabbed...