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A dozen construction workers renovating a Navy Federal Credit Union building in Odenton were hospitalized Tuesday morning for carbon monoxide exposure from a propane-powered saw, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said.

Sgt. Larry Worsley was driving a departmental vehicle when he was involved in a crash earlier this month, police spokesman T.J. Smith said. No criminal charges have been filed.

The Federal Aviation Administration has cut off talks with Maryland and a community group about increased flight noise at BWI Marshall Airport, after Attorney General Brian Frosh filed a pair of petitions last month asking the agency to readjust flight paths to reduce the noise.

When fire devastated the Victoria Islamic Center last year, an outpouring of support followed, with neighboring Jewish and Christian congregations offering to host Muslim services.

Ford has agreed to spend up to $299 million to settle lawsuits filed by owners of about 6 million vehicles with potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators.

Baltimore police have determined who the officer was who declined to respond to a firefighter's report of a man with a gun, police said today. She has not been suspended and is under 'active investigation.'

It looked like a grenade and triggered the evacuation of an Argentine airport. But it turns out that it was just a marijuana grinder.

Halfway to a 2025 deadline to restore the Chesapeake Bay's health, watershed states have hit goals for reducing phosphorus and sediment pollution, but missed a target for nitrogen contamination.

The agreement will create an open-trade zone for 600 million people. The parties account for approximately one-third of GDP worldwide.

On a sunny summer day, there’s nothing better than getting outside and playing sports with friends. Whether it’s a family bocce ball tournament or a game of soccer with the kids, you’ll need as much outdoor space as you can get. Goodbye junk. Hello summer sports.

Northeast Market closed Tuesday after a video surfaced showing a pair of rats scampering through one of its aisles.

The true destructiveness of the Ferguson fire might lie ahead as its burns a path through a tinderbox already primed for disaster.

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After the news emerged, numerous sponsorship bids – and even an offer of a place for the champion sprinter to stay – quickly followed, the team says.

The letter says that if you don't pay $8,600 in bitcoin, evidence of your infidelity will be shared with your wife and neighbors.

Stratford University – School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality has officially opened their own restaurant, Atelier de Culinaire, in Baltimore’s Little Italy at 806 Stiles Street and is running a grand opening special for $25, plus tax & gratuity, for […]

Without mentioning President Trump by name, former President Obama warns of a free press under attack, "barely hidden racial nationalism" and the rejection of "objective truth" as part of a high-profile speech marking the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth.

Two CVS employees are no longer with the company after an internal investigation into a 911 call on a woman trying to use a coupon.

Gene Fridman and Yun Guan investigate the idea of safe, implantable medical devices using direct electrical current to block pain signals
By Vanessa McMains on 06/22/2018
Johns Hopkins researchers say that recent experiments advance the search for implantable devices able to treat chronic pain from peripheral nerve injury or disease
“We have developed a potential new concept for neural implants that works differently than conventional electrical…

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U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett also ordered Oaks to pay a $30,000 fine. The lawmaker pleaded guilty in March to accepting bribes from an undercover FBI informant.

'Brandon T. Jackson is best known for his successful film career, which has included major roles in movies like \"Tropic Thunder\", \"Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son\", \"Lottery Ticket\", \"Roll Bounce\" and the \"Percy Jackson\" franchise. But before his big-screen success, Jackson was a stand-up comedian fresh out of Detroit (and fresh out of high school) getting his start in stand-up comedy at the Laugh Factory…

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