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Crampton's Gap Battlefield at South Mountain, MarylandOverly cautious leadership led to a missed opportunity for Union forces in this often-overlooked Civil War battle.

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Litscope: Cancer and All Boys Aren't BlueBmoreArt is a creative and critical daily online journal. We believe that Baltimore's creative class deserves to be discussed, critiqued, and well-informed.

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Maryland Biotech Companies At Forefront Of COVID-19 Vaccine ResearchThe worldwide race is on to find a COVID-19 vaccine, and Maryland is on the forefront of some of that research.

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Coronavirus Latest: Johns Hopkins, University Of Maryland Announce Plans For Fall SemesterCollege life is sure to be different this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and many students are wondering what they can expect.

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Maryland company confident it will have vaccine before end of yearMaryland-based Novavax will receive $1.6 billion through Warp Speed to develop as early as this year, the publicly-traded company announced on Tuesday.

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Maryland Delegate Nino Mangione Introduces Monument Protection Act Of 2021Maryland Delegate Nino Mangione is introducing a bill ahead of next year's legislative session aimed at protecting monuments.

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Native American on controversial monuments: 'We face a real reckoning in this country'A Native American of pamunkey decent said he does not condone unlawfully destroying monuments, but added he can't support honoring historical figures such as Christopher Columbus.

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Chief Justice John Roberts hospitalized on June 21 after fall near Maryland home, Supreme Court confirmsChief Justice of the U.S. John Roberts was hospitalized last month with a forehead injury after he fell while walking near his Maryland home, a spokeswoman for the Supreme Court confirmed Tuesday night.

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Mental health and police reform: How they intersect in Montgomery CountyEfforts to change policing in Montgomery County, Maryland, are coming on a variety of fronts.

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Maryland Company Gets $1.6 Billion From US Government for COVID-19 Vaccine DevelopmentNovavax Inc., a biotechnology company based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, has received $1.6 billion from the federal government to develop, test and manufacture its COVID-19 vaccine candidate.

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Johns Hopkins releases statement regarding Student and Exchange Visitor ProgramCopyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Maryland basketball recruiting: transfer hunt lands on new nameYet another new name has popped up in Maryland basketballs seemingly never-ending search for transfers to bolster its roster for next season.

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Funnel Cake King and his knightsIn Baltimore There's a man named Dwayne Benbow Jr., but you probably know him better as "The Funnel Cake King".

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Juvenile Thrown From Boat On Sue Creek, Injured After Being Struck By Propeller, Officials SayA juvenile was injured at Sue Creek Tuesday after a wave hit their boat, causing them to be tossed into the water, officials said.

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Men Twice As Likely To Die From COVID-19 Than Women, Study SaysWhile men and women are equally as likely to contract COVID-19, new studies are showing that men are being hit harder by the disease than counterparts.

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Forward Maryland 119 With Nina Basu, July 7, 2020Bill talks with President and CEO of Howard County's Inner Arbor Trust, Nina Basu, about how arts organizations and the arts community have been affected by the pandemic.

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U.S. Prescriptions For Hydroxychloroquine Skyrocketed From February To March, Study FindsPrescriptions for the anti-malarial drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine skyrocketed in the US from February to March, a time when the drugs, though unproven, were touted as treatments for the coronavirus.

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The Brightside: Delawareans encouraged to 'give kudos'Spreading positivity by having others write down a message about something or someone they're grateful for...

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Voters still turning out to cast their ballots in person on Sussex County's primary election dayDespite being encouraged to vote by mail this year - there are still a good amount of people casting their ballots in person.

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People traveling from Delaware to New York and New Jersey must quarantine for 14 daysIn response to the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases in Delaware, the governors of New Jersey and New York announced that people visiting their states from Delaware must now quarantine for two weeks.

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Rehoboth Beach changes mask requirementsIn Rehoboth Beach - the mayor and county commissioners voted to relax their order on wearing masks on the beach and boardwalk.

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Governor Carney talks face masks, reopening schools during COVID-19 updateDuring a press conference today, Delaware Governor John Carney gave an update on COVID-19 in the first state.

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Local senators join poultry farmers in asking for federal aidDelmarva Poultry Industry Inc. took part in sending a letter to Senate - urging them to give more funding to chicken farmers here on the Delmarva peninsula.

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Attorneys For Men In Viral Video Involving Baltimore Police Sergeant Say The Department 'Cannot Police Themselves'A viral video of an alleged attack on a Baltimore Police sergeant in January is coming into question.

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Deadly stabbing in Annapolis early Monday morningEarly Monday morning, police found 34 year old Deontrae Matthews in this community outside of Annapolis.

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Man avoids prison for threatening vaccine bill sponsorA Maryland man who worked for a Defense Department contractor was sentenced on Tuesday to six months of home detention for threatening to kill a member of Congress who sponsored vaccination requirements for public school students.

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Man Wanted For Murder In Maryland Arrested In Newport, Rhode IslandA man wanted for murder in Maryland was arrested Tuesday in Newport, Rhode Island, according to officials.

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University Of Maryland: Any Course With More Than 50 Students Will Be Online Fall SemesterThe University of Maryland says any course with more than 50 students will be online this semester.

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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Documents show Baltimore officer shifted story about incident where he was kicked; Capital Gazette shooting trial dates sNew documents show Baltimore officer's story shifted about incident in viral video showing him being kicked during arrest - The Baltimore Sun Sanity.

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Turkish organization gives Maryland 100,000 masksWASHINGTON The Turkish Exporters' Assembly has donated 100,000 medical face masks to the US state of Maryland to help it fight the coronavirus.

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Harford County Sheriff's Office Warns Residents Of Recent Phone ScamThe Harford County Sheriff's Office is warning about a new scam where people pose as the Department's deputies and demand money to pay off a warrant or other legal issues.

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New trailer teases forthcoming GTTF book "I Got a Monster"I Got a Monster," a forthcoming book by local journalists Brandon Soderberg and Baynard Woods that digs deep into the "rise and fall of America's most corrupt police squad," is due out July 21."

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Man Wanted For Murder In Maryland Arrested In Newport, Rhode IslandA man wanted for murder in Maryland was arrested Tuesday in Newport, Rhode Island, according to officials.

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Coronavirus Latest: Falls Sports At Johns Hopkins, McDaniel College SuspendedFall sports at Johns Hopkins and McDaniel College will be put on hold this semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Veteran Spotlight: Carl Rundle of PasadenaWMAR-2 News is committed to improving the lives of Veterans in Maryland by giving light to their stories, struggles and triumphs.

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Delaware State University announces campus reopening plans for fall semester"There's a new normal that will define who we are for many generations to come," said the Delaware State University President Dr. Tony Allen.

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Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice to hold virtual town hall to discuss police reformIn Delaware, a group of people is getting ready for a video conference with members of the law enforcement community to discuss the need for reform.

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Blackout Day encourages shoppers to buy only from Black-owned businesses TuesdayToday people across the country are being encouraged to shop only from Black-owned businesses in support of Blackout Day.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Baltimore Among Hardest Hit Areas; Health Officials Remind Residents To 'Be Vigilant'Maryland has surpassed 70,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and a total of 3,140 people have died as a result of the virus.

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Maryland casino revenue falls 27% for fiscal 2020The COVID-19 pandemic closures of Maryland's six casinos cost casino owners and the state of Maryland millions of dollars.

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With Offices Closed Due To Coronavirus, Property Managers, Building Owners Wonder What's NextIt's been an unusually quiet year in the heart of the city with many offices shut down to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Social distancing at Baltimore City summer campBaltimore City summer camps have started but the procedures are much different than years past to adhere to social distancing and keep everyone safe.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Baltimore Among Hardest Hit Areas; Health Officials Remind Residents To 'Be Vigilant'Maryland has surpassed 70,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and a total of 3,140 people have died as a result of the virus.

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Maryland Man Avoids Prison For Threatening Florida Congressperson Who Sponsored Vaccination BillA Maryland man who worked for a Defense Department contractor was sentenced on Tuesday to six months of home detention for threatening to kill a member of Congress who supported vaccination requirements for public school students.

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July Is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month. How You Can Keep Your Car SafeSummer is primetime for auto thefts in Maryland and across the nation.

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Defense attorneys question inconsistencies in police department's reporting in officer assault caseDefense lawyers for the men accused of assaulting a Baltimore City Police Department Sergeant continue to poke holes in the departments statements of facts.

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PPP loans in Maryland: Who got one and how much?Maryland companies received more than $10 billion of the $521 billion disbursed through the Paycheck Protection Program.

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Employees at Hotshots in Maryland Heights Test Positive for COVID-19A St. Louis-area sports bar and grill has closed this week after some of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.

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Next step for O's: intersquad gameThe Orioles will play their first intersquad game of 2020 summer camp on Wednesday.

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Prince George's County Police Arrest Suspect In College Park HomicidePolice in Prince George's County have arrested a man who they believe is connected to a homicide in College Park.

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Maryland Man Avoids Prison For Threatening Florida Congressperson Who Sponsored Vaccination BillA Maryland man who worked for a Defense Department contractor was sentenced on Tuesday to six months of home detention for threatening to kill a member of Congress who supported vaccination requirements for public school students.

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Edgewood group organizing drive-by to show support for father of six before his biopsyThe Edgewood community is planning a drive-by to show support for the Pleasant family, as the father prepares for a biopsy on a possible cancerous spot.

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Finalists For Janet And Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize ChosenThe finalists have been chosen for this year's prestigious Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize.

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Maryland Weather: Cleanup Continues Following Severe Storms; Some Areas Saw Around 8 Inches Of RainCleanup continues following a line of severe storms that rolled through parts of Maryland Monday night, leaving thousands in the dark and toppling trees.

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A C&O Canal GalleryIf I ever move away from the Mid-Atlantic region, the C&O Canal National Historical Park is one of the things I'll miss most.

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COVID-19 pandemic deals setback to Maryland's opioid progress"We have certainly, at this point, undone any gains that we made in 2019, and so that is very concerning," a Maryland expert said.

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Someone recently inside the Cheesecake Factory in Columbia tested positive for COVID-19Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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2020-21 SAAC Executive Board AnnouncedThe 2020-21 University of Maryland Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Executive Board has been announced. Rising senior Julia Reicin of the cross country.

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Fall sports at Johns Hopkins, McDaniel suspended amid ongoing COVID-19 concernsA major conference for small colleges has decided to postpone all its sporting events for the fall 2020 semester.

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Baltimore County to use an addition $3 million to prevent evictionsBaltimore County has allocated an additional $1 million for rental assistance, and $2 million in grant money for community organizations to address homelessness and eviction.

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Johns Hopkins discusses return to class in the fallJohns Hopkins University is currently in the process of figuring out what on-campus life might look like in the fall semester.

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Coronavirus Impact: Report Shows Significant Drop In Casino Revenue Despite ReopeningCasinos are back open in Maryland, and a new report shows just how big an impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on revenue.

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Metro Train Derails in Maryland After Possibly Going Through Red SignalA Metro train on the Red Line derailed outside the Silver Spring station Tuesday morning, forcing the suspension of train traffic in the area but not injuring any riders or workers, officials say.

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Community group urges Montgomery County to enact police reformsSupporters of police reform in Montgomery County, Maryland, want changes to use-of-force policies and the elimination of a bill that protects the rights of officers accused of wrongdoing.

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OCPD asking for help in assault investigationOcean City Police are asking for the public's help in locating the victim and suspects in an assault that happened last weekend.

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Maryland AG's Office Sues Baltimore-Based Contractor Upchurch Building Concepts, Accuses Owner Of Taking Payments But Not Finishing WorkMaryland's Attorney General's office has sued a Baltimore-based contractor it says is unlicensed and didn't finish home improvement projects it had already been paid to do.

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Chief Justice John Roberts hospitalized last month after fall near Maryland home, Supreme Court confirmsU.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts spent a night in a hospital last month after injuring his forehead in a fall near his home, Fox News has confirmed.

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Md. Delegate drafts bill that would mandate harsh penalties for damaging statuesMaryland Delegate Nino Mangione on Tuesday submitted draft legislation for next year's General Assembly that would mandate prison time or fines for anyone damaging state statues, memorials and monuments.

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Winning $540K lottery ticket sold at Dundalk gas station, winner yet to come forwardA $540,000 multi-match jackpot winning ticket has been sold in Dundalk.

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City of Dover holding special election to fill council seatThe City of Dover announced on Facebook Tuesday afternoon that they will be holding a Special First District Municipal election.

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Maryland GOP governor releasing book on his tenure, politicsHogan said the book is called "Still Standing: Surviving Cancer, Riots, a Global Pandemic and the Toxic Politics that Divide America." The book was initially scheduled to be published in June, but publication was delayed until July 28 and Hogan decided to add his experiences as head of the National Governors Association during the pandemic.

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Maryland State Police, Vehicle Theft Prevention Council Offer Tips To Avoid Having Your Vehicle StolenIn 2018, there were 12,146 vehicles stolen in Maryland and 751,771 vehicles stolen in the United States overall.

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Johns Hopkins doctor attributes Maryland's COVID restrictions to state's low positivity rateBryanRenbaum Maryland's coronavirus positivity rate is lower than that of most states because the state took swift action to limit the spread of the virus, according to one of Maryland's top doctors.

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Red Line train derails outside Silver Spring Metro stationA Red Line train slipped off the tracks at the Silver Spring Metro station on Tuesday.

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121 new COVID-19 cases, 2 new deaths in Del.The Delaware Division of Public Health is reporting two new deaths related to the coronavirus in the state.

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Firefighters Battle Two Large House Fires Within Hours In Talbot CountyST. MICHAELS, Md. - Firefighters in Talbot County battled two large house fires within hours of each other Monday night, the state fire marshal's office said.

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Ocean City Maryland Police Looking For Victim, Suspects In July 4th Boardwalk AssaultOcean City Police are trying to find the victim and suspects involved in an assault on the boardwalk on July 4.

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Berlin Mayor Makes Re-Election Bid Official; Three-Way Race So Far For Town's Top Elected PostMayor Gee Williams filed for reelection this week in an effort to win a fourth consecutive term in office.

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Illinois and Maryland Achieve Record Cannabis Sales in MayWe are pleased to share with our readers overviews on three Eastern cannabis markets compiled by BDSA for the month of April.

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Kennard Moss Arrested On Attempted Murder Charges In Baltimore Shooting, Police SayA 27-year-old man was arrested Monday night in a shooting in east Baltimore that left a 35-year-old woman injured, city police said Tuesday.

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Maryland Company Gets $1.6 Billion From US Government for COVID-19 Vaccine DevelopmentNovavax Inc., a biotechnology company based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, has received $1.6 billion from the federal government to develop, test and manufacture its COVID-19 vaccine candidate.

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Ocean City To Use Fourth Fireworks For Grand New Year's Eve CelebrationThe two fireworks shows that would have been held at both ends of town last weekend on the Fourth of July will now be condensed to a single show on New Year's Eve after a compromise was reached this week between the town and the vendor.

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Maryland gets $45k to stop drug-impaired drivingThe Maryland Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Association has been awarded a grant aimed at reducing drug-impaired driving in the state.

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Anne Arundel Police Investigating Two 19-Year-Olds Killed in Separate Shootings, and Four Separate Shots Fired CallsOn July 2, 2020 at approximately 12:45 a.m. officers responded for a shooting in a parking lot in the 700 block of Hammond Branch Drive in Odenton.

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2020 Maryland Terrapins Football Preview: Offense, QB, Depth ChartBlack-Eyed Susans at the Preakness.

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Charles County Sheriff's Office Seeking Identity of Armed Robbery Suspect in WaldorfOn Wednesday, July 1, 2020, at approximately 11:15 a.m., the suspect exited a silver Ford Escape in front of a restaurant in Waldorf.

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New court dates set for Capital Gazette shooter, Jarrod RamosThe COVID-19 pandemic has caused the majority of pending criminal court cases in Maryland to be delayed.

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Hogan announces virtual book tour as he reportedly considers 2024 presidential runGov. Larry Hogan will kick off a book tour later this month, joining well-known Republican figures to discuss his political memoir due out later this month, titled "Still Standing: Surviving Cancer, Riots, and the Toxic Politics that Divide America."

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County Commissioners Recognize Sheriff Tim Cameron for 40-Years of Service to St. Mary's CountyThe Commissioners of St. Mary's County recognized Sheriff Timothy Cameron for 40 years of service to the county during their regular business meeting Tuesday, July 7, 2020.

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FOP: Baltimore Officers Were Awaiting Orders To Dispel Crowd That Toppled Christopher Columbus StatueThe Fraternal Order of Police is firing back after the Baltimore police commissioner said it was tactically unsafe for the "few officers in position" to dispel a group of protesters who toppled the statue of Christopher Columbus and threw pieces into the harbor over the weekend.

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Missing Baraboo girl found deadThe 10-year-old Baraboo girl who was the subject of a statewide AMBER Alert has been found dead, police tell our sister station WMTV-TV in Madison.

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Prince George's County Detectives Investigating Multiple Homicides Over July 4th WeekendHomicide Unit detectives are actively working to identify and arrest the suspect involved in the July 6th fatal shooting of 26-year-old Tyesha Henry of Greenbelt, and the July 4th fatal shooting of 24-year-old John Dennis Watts V of Baltimore.

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Charles Johnson On His Novel "Middle Passage" And Black Lives In AmericaDr. Johnson is best-known as the author of Middle Passage, the epic novel about the 1830s slave trade for which he won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1990.

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St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Seeking Identity of Theft Suspect at California WalmartThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office is seeking the identity of the person pictured in a theft investigation.

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Ocean City Police looking for victim, suspects in Fourth of July assault on boardwalkOcean City Police are asking for the public's help in finding the victim and suspects in an assault that happened on the Fourth of July.

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Two rescued from derailed metro train in Silver SpringA metro train derailed outside the Silver Spring station on Tuesday.

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Former Maryland point guard on path to become D-I head coachFormer Maryland point guard Duane Simpkins, who interviewed for the vacant Terps assistant coaching position last year, recently received a promotion and a pair of accolades this week.

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Salisbury kids open lemonade stand, welcome communityTwo kids are spending their day on Tuesday outside at their very own lemonade stand.

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Ex-Air Force employee charged with stealing $774KA Maryland man who worked as an Air Force travel coordinator has been indicted on charges that he stole more than $774,000 in government funds.

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'Absolutely not safe': EMS officials warn of dangers of hot carsThe Salisbury Fire Department and several other groups are teaming up to make sure all drivers are aware of the dangers of hot cars.

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Del. State Police memorial vandalism investigation continues, suspect photos releasedDelaware State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the pictured individual who they say is responsible for vandalizing the Delaware State Police Law Enforcement Memorial last month.

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Maryland surpasses 70,000 confirmed coronavirus casesMaryland reported an additional 492 coronavirus cases on Tuesday, raising the state's case total above 70,000, according to state data released today.

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Winnipeg records 21st homicide of the year after assault on Maryland StreetAn assault in Winnipeg's West End has led to the city's 21st homicide of the year.

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Maryland Weather: Anne Arundel County Opens Cooling Centers Tuesday Due To HeatAnne Arundel County has opened multiple cooling centers Tuesday due to the heat, the county said in a news release.

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Talks About Surviving Cancer, Baltimore Riots And COVID-19 Pandemic In New MemoirThe Republican Maryland governor also is eyeing a White House Run in 2024.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Biotech Lab Novavax Selected To Receive $1.6B In Federal Funding For COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical TrialA Maryland biotechnology company will receive $1.6 billion in federal funding to help them to continue to develop and hold a clinical trial for a coronavirus vaccine this year.

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After blackface photo surfaces, some want a new firm to manage Middle Branch redesignBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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UPDATE: Missing Felton woman located, Gold Alert canceledFELTON, Del. - Delaware State Police have issued a Gold Alert for 62-year-old Julia Smith of Felton.

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4 Ways Women Can Combat Hair ProblemsThere are many things that a woman loves about herself, but nothing can come as close as her love for hair.

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Fire causes $1.5 million in damages to St. Michaels homeST. MICHAELS, Md. - Officials say a St. Michaels home was heavily damaged by a fire Monday night.

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Maryland, Ohio casinos limp across the post-COVID starting lineMaryland's six casinos report revenue under $35m in June following mid-month reopenings; Ohio daily average revenue higher than June 2019.

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Maryland Zoo in Baltimore Has ReopenedSummer hours at the Maryland Zoo remain the same, but guests must reserve tickets online.

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Lewes man arrested after assaulting girlfriendDelaware State Police have arrested a Lewes man after he reportedly assaulted his girlfriend multiple times throughout the day on Monday.

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Baltimore City Council Calls On Atlas Restaurant Group To Drop Dress CodeThe Baltimore City Council on Monday passed a resolution calling on Atlas Restaurant Group to eliminate its dress codes at its restaurants in the wake of another dress code-related incident at one of its restaurants.

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Fire marshals investigate Talbot Co. house fireMaryland state fire marshals are investigating a house fire that broke out Monday night in Talbot County.

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Lightning Strike Causes Garage Fire in AvenueOn Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at approximately 12:11 a.m., firefighters from Seventh District, Mechanicsville, Hollywood, Leonardtown and Charles County responded to 39049 Hodges Road in Avenue, for the reported structure on fire.

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Firefighters Across Charles, Calvert, St. Mary's and Prince George's Counties Respond to Multiple Water Rescues OvernightOn Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at approximately 1:22 a.m., a worker for the State Highway Administration called 911 to report a vehicle attempted to drive through rushing water on Brandywine Road at Swanson Creek.

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Individuals traveling to New York from Delaware must quarantine for 14 daysGovernor Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that individuals traveling from three additional states will now be required to quarantine for 14 days.

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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson To Hold Florida Social Event Amid Coronavirus PandemicBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson announced he will hold his annual "Funday with LJ" event in Florida amid the state's spike in coronavirus cases.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Stay Flat; Total Cases Now Over 70KMaryland has now reported more than 70,000 cases of the coronavirus since the pandemic began, data released Tuesday morning by the state's health department shows.

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U.Md. housekeepers scared for their health as they prepare campus for fallHousekeepers and service workers at the University of Maryland have been working on a voluntary basis since the pandemic sent all students home in mid-March.

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Maryland Weather: Areal Flood Warning Issued TuesdayAn areal flood warning was issued for Calvert, Charles, Prince George's and St. Mary's counties until at least 3:30 p.m.

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Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Stay Flat: Total Cases Now Over 70KMaryland has now reported more than 70,000 cases of the coronavirus since the pandemic began, data released Tuesday morning by the state's health department shows.

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Community Foundation donates to Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce FoundationThe Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore just donated $5,000 to make sure hospitality workers get the training they need to keep them safe during the pandemic.

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19-Year-Old Charged In Stealing Car, Handgun Violations In BaltimoreA 19-year-old was arrested and charged in stealing a car and handgun violations Monday in Baltimore.

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The wide receiver room is primed to be the spotlight of Maryland football's offense in 2020Our summer preview series continues with a look at the Terps' group of wide receivers for the upcoming season.

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Police: Anthony Williams III's Death Ruled Homicide 8 Years After Baltimore ShootingAn eight-year-old shooting in northwest Baltimore is now upgraded to a homicide after the 31-year-old victim recently died from complications of the shooting.

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Zen Leaftm Brand Expands its Maryland Footprint, Adding a Fourth Location in TowsonTowson, MD, July 07, 2020 - National dispensary brand, Zen Leaf, today announced the addition of its Towson, MD location at 101 E Chesapeake Ave.

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No more delays for Tax DayIn April the July tax deadline seemed so far away. Now we're a week into July and the 15th is right around the corner.

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7,000-Square-Foot Breonna Taylor Mural Put in Maryland ParkA 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor, a 26-year old Black woman who was fatally shot by police in her Louisville, Kentucky, apartment, has been put in a Maryland park.

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State Roundup: Which Maryland businesses, nonprofits got PPP loans?Maryland businesses have received more than $10 billion in loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, according to data the U.S. Small Business Administration and Treasury Department released Monday.

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BmoreArt's Picks: July 7-13BmoreArt's Picks: May 23-30 This Week: We are featuring online events that you can view from the comfort of your own couch.

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Tuesday Morning Headlines: Baltimore restaurants cycle between open and closed; UMD housekeepers scared for their health; and moreBaltimore restaurants cycle between open and closed as Canton becomes coronavirus hotspot - The Baltimore Sun University of Md.

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Novavax gets $1.6B for COVID-19 vaccine development, manufacturingNovavax Inc., whose experimental COVID-19 vaccine began human trials in May, has received $1.6 billion from the federal government to test, manufacture and commercialize the drug.

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Sharon's Shaved Ice Snowballs says "We're Open Baltimore! "There are two locations, one off Baltimore Pike in Bel Air and the other off Rockspring Road in Forest Hill.

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Brookside Market in Phoenix is now open for outdoor diningThe restaurant is located off Jarrettsville Pike in Phoenix and is now open for outdoor dining in their picnic area behind the building.

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Tax Filing and Payment Deadlines in Maryland Quickly ApproachingComptroller Peter Franchot is reminding Maryland residents and corporate income taxpayers who took advantage of the 90-day tax filing extension that the new due date for filing and payment is July 15 and approaching quickly.

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Hogan 2024? Maryland's governor may be eyeing a presidential run, report saysMaryland Governor Larry Hogan could have his eye on a 2024 presidential run as he embarks on a new book tour, according to the New York Times.

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I-Team: These are the biggest Maryland recipients of PPP assistanceThe U.S. Small Business Administration is releasing new data showing more than 12,000 federal loans were doled out in Maryland.

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3 ways the Baltimore Ravens 2020 season could go up in smokeWhile 2020 looks like a promising one and perhaps one of the best years yet for the franchise, here are three ways it can go wrong for the Baltimore Ravens.

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Johns Hopkins doctor attributes Maryland's COVID restrictions to state's low positivity rateBryanRenbaum Maryland's coronavirus positivity rate is lower than that of most states because the state took swift action to limit the spread of the virus, according to one of Maryland's top doctors.

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Fire Truck Reunion: Crisfield daughter gets ride on fire engine ladder to visit mom in nursing homeThe pandemic has kept family and friends apart for months now, and that's really taken a toll on family members who visit loved ones in nursing homes.

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Maryland GOP governor releasing book on his tenure, politicsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who considered a primary challenge to President Donald Trump last year, said Tuesday he is releasing a book about national politics and his experiences as governor this month after its publication was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Maryland's "drastic changes" stand out to prized juco targetThe Terps have this local native high on their wish list for the 2021 class, but where to things stand?

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Areal Flood Warning Issued for the majority of Southern MarylandAn Areal Flood Warning is normally issued for flooding that develops more gradually, usually from prolonged and persistent moderate to heavy rainfall.

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4-star linebacker Greg Penn III sets date for his commitmentThis is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Flood Warnings in several Maryland counties including Prince George's, CharlesAfter a night of storms that have caused power outages and fallen trees, several Maryland counties are under a Flood Warning on Tuesday morning until 8:45 a.

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Maryland breweries continue to take flight in 2019Craft brewing has taken flight across the nation, and with more and more breweries popping up across the U.S., it's undeniable the business of brewing will only keep growing.

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Woman, firefighter injured in Arbutus housefireAn overnight house fire in Arbutus left one woman critically injured.

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Burton's Biscuit Company rolls out Maryland birthday cake minisIts Maryland Minis Birthday Cake biscuits are Maryland Mini cookies topped with multi-coloured sprinkles. Available from mid-August, each multi-pack contains six 19.8g mini bags for an rrp of £1.

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Maryland Racing's "Mayor of the Backstretch" Retires, LaMarra to ReplaceBobby Lillis, a longtime fixture in Maryland horse racing known as the "Mayor of the Backstretch," is retiring after a career in the industry that has spanned six decades.

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Patrick Mahomes getting paid now could benefit Lamar Jackson down the roadThe Kansas City Chiefs paying Patrick Mahomes now could beneft the Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson later down the road in contract negotiations.

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1 dead, 3 injured in Prince George's Co. July Fourth shootingPrince George's County, Maryland, police are investigating a shooting that left a man dead and three others injured Saturday.

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Today's Forecast: July 7, 2020Today will be warm with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. Mostly sunny skies can be expected and there is the possibility for isolated showers and storms throughout the day.

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Here is the latest Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington DC sports news from The Associated PressPresident Donald Trump is criticizing two pro sports teams that are considering name changes in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality.

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First phase of new tax processing system begins in MarylandANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland's comptroller says his office has launched the first phase of the agency's new tax processing system.

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Montgomery County Maryland Court Reopening Details and Need to Know InformationMontgomery County Maryland Court Reopening Details and Need to Know Information.

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'My Staff Will Not Wear Face Masks': Maryland Restaurant Owner's Fiery Facebook Post Sparks UproarThe owner of a restaurant in Gaithersburg, Maryland, wrote a controversial post on social media telling customers that he will not require servers to wear face masks.

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Five takeaways from Maryland's $10 billion coronavirus business loan payoutThe U.S. Small Business Administration and Treasury Department released data on Monday regarding its $521 billion Paycheck Protection Program, providing insight into which Maryland businesses took part in the $10 billion in loans paid out to offset losses stemming from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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11PM Sports 07.06.2020Categories: College, High School, Latest Sports Cast, Sports.

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Maryland Weather: At Least 6 Rescued From Flash Flooding, More Than 15K Lose Power Following Severe StormsAt least six people had to be rescued from flash flooding and thousands more lost power after storms moved through Maryland Monday night.

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After The Whistle: Delmar's Ella ShockleyDelmar's field hockey program is on a run of success matched by few in our region.

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Good trends in Maryland: State reports fewest new COVID-19 deaths since MarchNearly two months after gradually beginning to lift restrictions, and even as other states see a surge in cases, Maryland's COVID 19 numbers continue to trend downward.

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Maryland Boy Scout Holds Flag Retiring Ceremony On July 4th Weekend As Part Of Eagle Scout ProjectA Maryland Boy Scout helped retire hundreds of American flags over the July 4th holiday weekend as part of a project he hopes will earn him scouting's highest rank.

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Frederick Passes Ordinance Banning Rent Increases During Coronavirus EmergencyRenters in Frederick won't have to worry about their rents increasing during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to an ordinance the city's Board of Aldermen passed late last week.

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Short term renters frustrated with lack of flexibility on cancellationsA local realty company is allegedly refusing to allow renters to cancel or modify their beach house rentals for this summer.

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U.Md. president wants to attract more students from Prince George's County schoolsNew University of Maryland President Darryll Pines has big plans for the new school year, which is happening amid a global pandemic and a movement toward racial equality.

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Paving stones making streets safer in BerlinIn Berlin paving stones were installed at the corner of Pitts and Main Streets. Town leaders say they'll keep pedestrians safer.

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Man Killed In NW Baltimore Shooting, Police SayA man was killed in a shooting in northwest Baltimore Monday night, police said.

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Fate of other controversial monuments in Baltimore remains uncertainThe debate over what to do with controversial monuments continues in the city of Baltimore, but the fate of them, including two other Christopher Columbus statues, remain uncertain.

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Osteria Da Amedeo In Baltimore's Little Italy Latest Restaurant To Announce It's Closing Amid Coronavirus PandemicAfter around 10 years in business, the Osteria Da Amedeo restaurant in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood is closing its doors.

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Maryland offer surprises in-state athlete Rishon HolmesRishon Holmes shares his thoughts on what an offer from Maryland means.

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2 New Jersey Men Charged In $10M Bank Fraud SchemeTwo New Jersey men have been charged in Maryland with participating in a bank fraud scheme that led to more than $10 million in losses from hundreds of credit and debit card transactions, authorities said Monday.

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Man shot multiple times in Northwest Baltimore Monday nightBaltimore City Police are investigating a shooting where a man was shot multiple times.

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Nice Bigeye on the OvernightOcean City Tuna Tournament is on the countdown clock....T Minus four days!

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Maryland Weather: Flash Flood, Severe Thunderstorm Watches IssuedFlash flood and severe thunderstorm watches were issued for parts of Maryland Monday.

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Companies Tied To Governors, Including Hogan, Northam, Among Recipients Of Coronavirus Relief LoansThe governors of at least eight states have ties to companies that received loans through the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program.

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Baltimore ER Doctor Says While COVID-19 ER Visits Are Down, 'The Ones That Are Coming In Are Very Sick'A Baltimore emergency room doctor said he's "concerned" about the coronavirus patients he's seeing because while the number of hospitalizations has declined, those who are coming into his emergency room are "very sick."

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The Baltimore Ravens are built for a Coronavirus seasonDue to great roster depth at many key positions, the Baltimore Ravens are well-equipped to deal with the effects of the Coronavirus.

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Orioles' New Opening Day Set For July 24 At Fenway Park; Home Opener Will Be July 29The Baltimore Orioles' updated 2020 schedule has been released after the season was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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July 15 Maryland Tax Filing and Payment Deadlines ApproachNews Release, Office of the Maryland Comptroller Comptroller Franchot granted extensions for individual and corporate filers and monthly businesses taxes.

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Weather Tidbits: Stationary FrontThe main topic of this Weather Tidbits is a stationary front. A stationary front is when a cold or warm front moves less than 6 mph or 5 knots, which technically makes it a quasi-stationary front.

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Temporary lane closures expected at intersection of St. Paul and E. Lexington Streets this weekThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation is advising motorists of temporary lane closures at the intersection of St. Paul and E.

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Historians Say Communities Should Re-Evaluate Who Gets Honored With Statues In Wake Of Baltimore's Columbus Statue's TopplingDays after protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood, historians are weighing in on how communities should move forward with other statues involving controversial figures.

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Weather Tidbits: Distance from the SunThe 4th of July was not just Independence Day but also Aphelion Day, where the earth is at its farthest point from the sun.

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Liberty Delight Farms Opens Meat Market In ReisterstownThere's a new source providing the greater Baltimore area with food.

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'My Staff Will Not Wear Face Masks': Maryland Restaurant Owner's Fiery Facebook Post Sparks UproarThe owner of a restaurant in Gaithersburg, Maryland, wrote a controversial post on social media telling customers that he will not require servers to wear face masks.

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Weather Tidbits: Heat DangersToday's Weather Tidbits explores the dangers of the summer heat. A heat wave on Delmarva is defined as 3 or more days with highs at or above 90°.

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Orioles release updated scheduleThe Baltimore Orioles have announced their updated schedule. The Orioles have been at Camden Yards training preparing for the 2020 season.

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Anne Arundel County opening up cooling centers on TuesdayThe Anne Arundel County Government will open cooling centers from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Grand opening of the meat market, located at Liberty Delight Farms in ReisterstownMaryland Lieutenant Boyd Rutherford took part in the ribbon cutting and presented the owner with a citation.

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Weather Tidbits: Saharan DustIt's all about the Saharan Dust on this Weather Tidbits. The Saharan Air Layer is a mass of very dry, dusty air that forms over the Saharan Desert during the late summer to the early fall and travels over the North Atlantic.

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MU taps Maryland administrator as next vice chancellor for advancementA University of Maryland administrator and head of fundraising will be MU's next vice chancellor for advancement, the university announced Monday.

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Harriett's House opening drop-in center tomorrow with changesHarriett's House focuses on making resources available for women in need, with a focus on women who have been trafficked or sexually exploited.

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Howard County announces testing partnerships, Quality First Urgent Care to offer testing Monday through SaturdayHoward County Executive Dr. Calvin Ball announced two partnerships with Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab and Quality First Urgent Care.

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Yeardley Love memorialized with statue at US Lacrosse national headquarters in MarylandYeardley Love, a University of Virginia lacrosse player killed 10 years ago by her ex-boyfriend, is now memorialized with a statue in Sparks, Maryland.

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Maryland Nursing Homes Facing Fines for COVID-19 ResponseHealth inspectors have fined Maryland nursing homes more than half a million dollars for how they responded to the COVID-19 emergency.

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Monday Afternoon Headlines: Man shot by BPD during reported mental health crisis charged; PPP data is in and moreHere are some of Md.'s notable recipients. - Baltimore Business Journal.

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Impostor uses Maryland man's identity to steal unemployment insurance benefitsAs the state slashes its budget and thousands still wait for their unemployment insurance benefits, con artists are collecting money from the state and capitalizing on the demand for unemployment assistance.

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4 hurt after shooting at block party in Cambridge"Evidently, there was some type of block party that occurred that evening at which time some type of confrontation occurred where gunshots rang out," said Captain Justin Todd at the Cambridge Police Department.

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Peaceful protest planned in Dover to demand justice for Vanessa GuillenA group in Kent County says they're preparing to hold a peaceful protest this Sunday demanding justice for Vanessa Guillen a Fort Hood soldier who was allegedly killed and dismembered by a fellow soldier.

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Delaware Libraries Celebrate National Summer Learning WeekDelaware officials say students are facing a growing achievement gap because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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This Baltimore Summer Music Camp Is Free For Families Economically Impacted By COVID-19The camp, which is open to Baltimore City families, runs through August 21 and provides an outlet to children who have been cooped up for the past several months.

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Gym working to keep clients safe on Kent IslandThe Island Athletic Club has been here for more than three decades. It's survived fires, a couple of hurricanes, but it's never seen anything like this.

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Maryland Restaurnt Owner Says He Won't Make Employees Wear MasksThe owner of a restaurant in Gaithersburg, Maryland, sparked an uproar on Facebook when he posted that he will not require servers to wear face masks.

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Child Seriously Hurt In Boating Accident In Baltimore County, Fire Department SaysA child suffered serious injuries in a boating accident near Essex Monday afternoon, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.

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Canton restaurants temporarily close after employee tests positive for COVID-19Several restaurants in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood are temporarily closed after reports of at least one employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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Get Ready for Maryland's Buy Local Week!The annual statewide Buy Local Challenge encourages all Marylanders to support their local farmers and pledge to enjoy at least one Maryland grown product every day during Buy Local Week, July 18 through July 26, 2020.

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Lawmaker wants to boost building high-rises at Montgomery County Metro stationsA Montgomery County, Maryland, lawmaker believes that high-rise buildings near Metrorail stations could be the answer to the housing needs in the county.

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Casinos pull in nearly $35 million in JuneIn an abbreviated June, gaming revenues were $34.9 million, of which $14.5 million went to the state's coffers.

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Firefighters Suffer Minor Burns Battling Fire In Great MillsAn investigation is underway into a house fire in St. Mary's County over the weekend.

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What Patrick Mahomes deal means for Lamar Jackson and RavensThe Kansas City Chiefs just gave a big contract to Patrick Mahomes. It is reportedly a 10 year deal.

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Maryland man accepted into Harvard Law after working as sanitation workerRehan Staton, a former sanitation worker in Maryland, is celebrating his acceptance into Harvard Law School after overcoming personal adversities.

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New changes voters can see for Tuesday's Presidential Primaries in Delaware due to COVID-19For Tuesday's Presidential Primaries, we are told there are many new changes that the voting community will see in Delaware, and many of those changes have to do with COVID-19.

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President Trump Criticizes Redskins, Indians For Weighing Name ChangesPresident Donald Trump on Monday criticized a pair of sports teams that are considering name changes in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality.

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Stronach Group Holds 2YO Races Hostage Over Lasix in MarylandIn March 2019, The Stronach Group announced that it would impose a ban on Lasix in horses born after 2018 at its racetracks.

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Police Issue Warrant For July 3 Quadruple Shooting Suspect Dontae BucklerPolice now have a warrant out for a suspect in the quadruple shooting that happened over Fourth of July weekend.

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Governor Carney formally extends State of EmergencyOn Monday, Delaware Governor John Carney formally extended the State of Emergency for another 30 days as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Detectives in Charles County Identify and Arrest 33-Year-Old Man in Connection with Multiple ShootingsCharles County Sheriff's detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division have arrested one suspect in connection with two shootings, which took place in December and June in Waldorf.

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Police: Woman found dead in College Park hotel was shotPolice in Prince George's County, Maryland, are investigating a homicide after a woman was found dead in a College Park hotel room Sunday morning.

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Missing 79-Year-Old In Frederick Found, Police SayPolice in Frederick have found a formerly missing 79-year-old man who was reportedly last seen on July 4th.

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Sondheim Artscape Prize finalists exhibit launches onlineStarting today, art-lovers can view the works of the Sondheim finalists online and tour submissions as if walking through a curated art gallery, the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced.

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State Of Maryland V. Jeremiah TehohneyCriminal procedure - Illegal sentence - Plea bargain Jeremiah Tehohney, appellee, was charged in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City with possession of a regulated firearm by a person under 21 years of age and related firearm offenses.

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Call to halt Bethesda construction atop historic African cemeteryThe property, owned by Bethesda Self Storage at 5204 River Road, is next to Montgomery County's Housing Opportunities Commission, and is a parking area for the Westwood Towers apartments.

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Maryland Boy Scout Holds Flag Retiring Ceremony On July 4th Weekend As Part Of Eagle Scout ProjectA Maryland Boy Scout helped retire hundreds of American flags over the July 4th holiday weekend as part of a project he hopes will earn him scouting's highest rank.

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Fire Officials: 21 People Injured After Large Tree Falls On Garage In Pasadena SundayFirefighters responded to the 911 call at around 5:22 p.m. reporting a large tree had fallen onto the detached garage where over 20 people were inside seeking shelter when a storm hit the area.

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'A new day': Prince George's County education leader on reopening schoolsTheresa Mitchell Dudley, president of the Prince George's County Educators Association, said the basics of social distancing are incredibly challenging in the younger grades: "How do you tell a kindergartner who comes up and wants to give you a hug because they're happy to see you that they can't hug you?"

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Department of Correction taking "aggressive measures" to combat cluster of COVID-19 cases at Georgetown facilityThe Delaware Department of Correction announced on Monday that it is taking aggressive measures to combat a cluster of inmate COVID-19 cases that was identified late last week at its prison facility in Georgetown.

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Burn ban issued for Worcester Co.Worcester County Fire Marshal Jeff McMahon has issued a burn ban for the county, effective immediately.

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Maryland Weather: At Least 6 Rescued From Flash Flooding, More Than 15K Lose Power Following Severe StormsMore than 15,000 BGE customers in Maryland are without power after severe storms rolled through the state Monday evening.

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Plume Spreading Into Inner Harbor At Canton Waterfront Park, Blue Water Baltimore ReportsBlue Water Baltimore's Waterkeeper team is on the scene at a plume that's spreading into the Inner Harbor through the Canton Waterfront Park.

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2020 Maryland Football Preview: Mike Locksley and Terrapins HistoryWhich is best: the Maryland Flag, Old Bay, or Natty Boh?

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165 new COVID-19 cases in Delaware, Division of Public Health saysSince March 11th, there have been a total of 12,293 positive cases in Delaware, with 5,489 of those cases in New Castle County, 4,952 in Sussex, and 1,761 in Kent.

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Szeliga calls for the prosecution of Columbus statue vandalsBryanRenbaum House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga said those who were involved in the vandalism and toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue that stood near Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood should be prosecuted.

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Shooting incident damages two Dover homes, police investigatingDover Police are investigating a shooting incident that damaged two homes early Monday morning. According to police, the incident happened at approximately 12:30 a.m., in the 400 block of East Water Street.

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Wor-Wic Community College announces safe reopening and plans for the fallWor-Wic Community College is now welcoming visitors back to campus on a limited basis while fall term preparations are being finalized.

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Steve Francis on biggest career what-if, Maryland no longer being in the ACC, Mark Turgeon and moreSteve Francis's time at Maryland was brief but his legacy still lives on in College Park.

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Maryland Launches First Phase Of New Tax Processing SystemComptroller Peter Franchot announced Monday the first phase of the agency's new tax processing system, to streamline how taxpayers do business with them.

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Preview: Billy Price Charm City Band @ The Birchmere, 7/10/20DMV concert venues in Virginia continue to lead the way in reopening as The Birchmere in Alexandria returns after its COVID-19 closure with the Billy Price Charm City Band on Friday, July 10.

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Comptroller Reminds Marylanders July 15 Tax Filing Date ApproachingThe new due date for filing and paying taxes in Maryland is approaching, and the Maryland comptroller wants to remind taxpayers who took advantage of the filing extension to be prepared.

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7,000-square-foot Breonna Taylor mural put in Annapolis parkListen now to WTOP News WTOP.com - Alexa - Google Home - WTOP App - 103.5 FM.

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Enoch Pratt Library expands sidewalk service, Wi-Fi accessThe Enoch Pratt Free Library is expanding its contactless pickup program and offering more ways for patrons to access Wi-Fi.

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Maryland governor called out for encouraging protests, banning other gatheringsA governor who encourages mass protests but won't let businesses serve more than 10 customers at a time is a hypocrite, says the group challenging Maryland's social distancing guidelines.

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Perry Hall Food Trucks to celebrate Maryland Food Truck Week in Seven CourtsNOTTINGHAM, MD—Maryland Food Truck Week is here and Perry Hall Food Trucks will be celebrating.

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Volunteer Maryland application for non-profits has been extendedVolunteer Maryland, an AmeriCorps program and unit of the Governor's Office of Community Initiatives, today announced they will be extending their application deadline for the 2020-2021 service year to support organizations and the communities they serve on the road to recovery from COVID-19.

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2020 Maryland Terrapins Football Preview Big Ten Mike Locksley Josh JacksonI feel as if I have made this joke before...BUT, Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss.

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For the homeless and those facing eviction, a dire deadlineBaltimore Brew is a daily online journal featuring independent reporting and informed commentary about greater Baltimore.

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Baltimore County Commits $3M in Additional Funds For Eviction Prevention During COVID-19 PandemicThe new funding will supplement the previous $1 million to help households at risk of losing their current housing when the moratorium on evictions is lifted.

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MCDP: Concern for Missing Germantown Man George LerchMontgomery County, Maryland. Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police - 5th District Investigative Section are asking for the public's help in locating a missing Germantown man.

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Law Professor Kim Wehle: Bottom Line, Voting MattersTom's guest is Kim Wehle, a constitutional scholar who has written a primer on voting: how voting differs from state to state, what the structural barriers are to voting, and how those barriers can be overcome.

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