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Maggie Rose wins Emmy award in her home state of Maryland

On June 14, country singer Maggie Rose won the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) 2013 Emmy award.

Maggie Rose garners Emmy nomination in her homestate of Maryland

Country singer Maggie Rose has been honored by the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) with a local 2013 Emmy nomination for the 56th Emmy awards.

High school senior fulfills dying mother's wish

Maryland mom Darlene Sugg began home hospice in April. But even cancer couldn’t stop her from seeing her daughter, Megan, graduate.

Legislators say dog ownership laws need more teeth

Today in Maryland, a proposed law being debated would, if enacted, make all dog owners liable for an attack regardless of the animal's breed.

Man wanted for killing wife, abducting homeless girl

Police in Maryland state that a man is wanted for murdering his wife and kidnapping a young homeless girl. Khalil Tatum worked as a janitor at a Washington D.C. homeless shelter where 8-year-old Relisha Rudd was staying with her mother.

Maryland teen girls admit to torturing autistic boy

Mechanicsville - Two teenage girls from Maryland have admitted to torturing and sexually abusing a boy with autism and filming the horrific crimes on their mobile phones.

Craigslist: Thief advertised stolen goods, victim saw advert

Annapolis - Craigslist sure does see its fair share of controversial news. The latest being a burglar, who advertised stolen goods on Craigslist. The owner saw the ad, posed as a buyer and got the crook arrested.

Op-Ed: The right to have and bear arms

There are few things that incite more passion than the debate around gun control. The tragic shooting at Columbia Mall, has thrust the conversation into the headlines and legislature once more.

Op-Ed: Intrastate crowd funding

Annapolis - Low access to capital, heavy regulations and burdensome taxes are some of the reasons businesses choose to leave Maryland. The right crowd-funding legislation can change one of those while we work on changing the other two.

Replica of 17th century Spanish galleon arrives in Maryland

Ocean City - An exact replica of a late 17th century Spanish galleon, "El Galeón Andalucía", has arrived in Ocean City, Maryland on Tuesday and will be staying in town until September 2 for anyone who wishes to visit.

Republican buys suspended 8-year-old lifetime NRA membership

Eight-year-old Josh Welch was suspended from his Maryland school allegedly for eating his Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun. Republican Nicholaus Kipke of the lower house of the state's legislature decided to help Josh - by buying him a NRA membership.

Op-Ed: The Same Sex Marriage Debate in New Jersey

The Same Sex Marriage debate from the view of a native New Jersian who's just a little embarrassed by their lack of progression. What does the future hold for New Jersey and the gay marriage debate?

Op-Ed: The sky is falling! The sky is falling?

San Francisco - A whirlwind of chaos spawned by the Russian Meteor hit causes conspiracy theories and rumors to spread worldwide.. One thing is for sure, the sky is falling.

6-year-old school student suspended for forming gun with fingers

Silver Spring - It's something that kids do all the time, make a gun with their fingers and pretend to shoot their friends, "Pow!" But these days, this can get you into serious trouble.

Jackpot 'Johnny' wins $3.8 million in the slots

Atlantic City - Fate smiles on those who risk it all, and one man who wishes to remain anonymous sees the New Year of 2013 in with nearly $ 4 million won from a one-armed bandit.

Marijuana, same-sex marriage initiatives pass in several states

Although the media has focused mainly on the Presidential election, several state initiatives regarding same-sex marriage and the legalization of marijuana are also making news.

Hurricane Sandy pushes coffins out of graves in Maryland cemetery

Crisfield - After wreaking devastation in New York City, Atlantic City and along the East Coast, Hurricane Sandy departed with an eerie Parthian shot for Halloween—it caused coffins to rise from their graves in a cemetery in Maryland.

Hurricane Sandy: 5 million without power, NYC hospitals evacuate

Hurricane Sandy ravaged New Jersey and New York Monday night with heavy rain and 80 mph winds, causing 5 million power outages spanning from North Carolina to Maine. It's just been reported a New York hospital is moving 215 patients to other hospitals.

Virulent super-bug returns to Maryland hospital

A virulent bacterium, untreatable by most antibiotics, has killed a seventh person at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Maryland.

Md. middle school locked down after student pulls out gun

Towson - A Baltimore County, Md. middle school was put on lockdown today after a student pulled a gun out in a classroom. Reportedly, the teacher stepped between him and another student and was subsequently able to get the student to drop the gun.

Fisherman catches 84-pound blue catfish in Potomac River

An Oregon man was fishing in Maryland's Potomac River waters and caught a huge blue catfish, its size was a record-setter in the state.

Company breaks its own record for world's largest crab cake

A Maryland-based seafood processing company looks to have just set the record for the world's largest crab cake ─ for the third time. The massive 300-pound crab cake was created on Sept. 1 at this year's Maryland State Fair.

70,000 chickens found dead in Maryland

Delmar - Tens of thousands of chickens are dead after a man purportedly shut off the power to numerous chicken houses on a Maryland farm. He is also alleged to have been drunk at the time of the incident.

Op-Ed: 'Lady's Day' promotion gets man fired up at gun range

Upper Marlboro - Derrick Hunter is fired up about "Ladies Day" at Maryland Small Arms Range. So much so that he has filed a $200,000 lawsuit against the range, alleging discrimination.

Many Americans spending Independence Day without power

More than 900,000 homes remain without power Wednesday in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Ohio. States hit hard by last week's storm are still struggling to restore power to Americans hoping to ring in Independence Day with some positive news.

Sheriff: Maryland man ate housemate's heart and brain

A Maryland man allegedly killed his roommate, cut out his internal organs and feasted on his heart and part of his brain, according to authorities in Harford County.

25,000 invisibility cloaks created by scientists

An array of invisibility cloaks have been created in order to slow down and even stop light. This technique, known as "trapping a rainbow" can be used in a variety of fields from medicine to camouflage.

Republican 2012 Primaries Results: Mitt Romney scores trifecta

Washington - The polls have closed in all three states. With the results beginning to be reported, it has been confirmed that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will win the state of Maryland, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia.

Video: Even Batman can be pulled over

You would think Batman could get a break once in a while. But not this time. The great capper made a mistake in thinking that his Gotham plates would get him to his destination.

$640M Mega Millions jackpot winning ticket sold in Maryland

Baltimore - Maryland lottery officials announced Saturday that they have sold a winning ticket for the $640 million jackpot. A press release announced that the winning sale was "one of several nationwide," but did not give details of other purchases.
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