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  • Prosecutors assessing retrial in murder case

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors with the Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office said they will assess the feasibility of holding a new trial for a former Baltimore Police officer whose nearly 20-year-old murder conviction was overturned. Former officer James Kulbicki won a chance at a new...

  • Maryland announces record cover crop enrollment

    TIMONIUM, Md. (AP) — Maryland is announcing a new record for cover crop enrollment. Gov. Martin O'Malley made the announcement Thursday at the Maryland State Fair. The state announced that 1,849 Maryland farmers requested funding to plant a record 641,000 acres of winter grains. The state's...

  • NCAA president ordered to be deposed

    ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — A judge has ordered that NCAA President Mark Emmert be deposed in a lawsuit over the death of a Frostburg State University football player. Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge David Boynton granted a motion last week by the family of Derek Sheely to require Emmert's...

  • Roommates charged in Laurel slaying

    LAUREL, Md. (AP) — Prince George's County Police have charged two roommates of a man whose body was found in two bags in Laurel with his slaying. The body of 28-year-old Jacinto Perez was found Sunday morning. Police said Thursday that 32-year-old Santos Leonel Mejia-Yanes has been arrested and...

  • Grants awarded to protect battlefields in 3 states

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The National Park Service has awarded more than half a million dollars in grants to help protect four Civil War battlefields in North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. The funding includes $267,164 to preserve about 107 acres of the Bentonville Battlefield in North...

  • VA Maryland partners with Evergreen

    BALTIMORE (AP) — VA Maryland Health Care System is partnering with Evergreen Health Care to improve health care access for veterans. The system announced Thursday it has awarded a one-year contract for up to $485,000. The contract enables the system to refer new veteran patients to Evergreen...

  • Rocket launch from Wallops Island tests new tech

    WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (AP) — NASA is reviewing data from a rocket launch that tested a new sub-payload deployment method for suborbital rockets. NASA says a Black Brant IX suborbital rocket was launched at 5 a.m. Thursday from the agency's Wallops Island Flight Facility on Virginia's Eastern...

  • Md. man charged with trying to kill stepson

    CATONSVILLE, Md. (AP) — A Catonsville man has been charged with trying to kill his stepson. WBAL Radio (http://bit.ly/1pKKZjz ) reports Baltimore County police say 62-year-old John Smith argued with the victim. Authorities say he followed him outside their home Tuesday evening and stabbed him...

  • Workshop on historic cemeteries set in Virginia

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Department of Historic Resources will hold a workshop on cemeteries this fall. The workshop will be held Oct. 3 and 4 at Menokin Baptist Church in the Richmond County community of Warsaw. Among the topics of discussion will be the proper care and maintenance...

  • Virginia wildlife center to release bald eagle

    DUBLIN, Va. (AP) — A bald eagle found at a Pulaski County landfill is being released back into the wild. The Wildlife Center of Virginia plans to release the eagle on Thursday at Claytor Lake State Park. The release is open to the public. The eagle was found unresponsive by landfill workers...

  • Bison return to collection at National Zoo in DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — American bison have returned to the National Zoo in Washington after inspiring the park's creation in the 1880s. A new bison exhibit opens to the public Saturday, marking the 125th anniversary of the Smithsonian's National Zoo. Bison were the first animals in the collection in...

  • Police: Diplomat accused of beating; no charges

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The ambassador of Equatorial Guinea is suspected of beating his daughter with a wooden chair leg but won't be arrested because he has diplomatic immunity, police said Wednesday. Arlington County Police were called to the diplomatic residence Monday night for the report of a...

  • DC drug dealer who escaped Md. jail gets 20 years

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A Washington drug dealer who escaped from a western Maryland jail has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for the escape and other crimes. A federal judge in Baltimore on Wednesday ordered 32-year-old Deandre Kelly to serve 8 years of the sentence consecutively to a...

  • Martinsville had highest jobless rate in July

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The city of Martinsville had the highest jobless rate in Virginia in July. The Virginia Employment Commission says the city's seasonally unadjusted unemployment rate was 11.5 percent. That's up from 10.3 percent in June and the same rate as a year ago. The statewide rate...

  • Remains found in Maryland identified as Del. man

    EAST NEW MARKET, Md. (AP) — Maryland State Police have identified the man whose remains were found in a shallow grave in Dorchester County. The man was identified as 40-year-old Radames Guzman of Magnolia, Delaware. Troopers say relatives had reported Guzman missing on Aug. 5. Guzman's body...



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