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Baby, Woman From Maryland ID'd As Victims Of US Route 222 Crash: Report

An 8-month-old baby and 76-year-old woman from Maryland have been identified as the victims killed in the US Route 222 crash earlier this week, according to Lancaster Online. The cause of death for both baby Kimberly Babila and Bridgette Arrah, 76, of Prince George's, was accidental, the outlet said citing Lancaster County Coroner Stephen Diamantoni. Records show Arrah also has ties to Manassas, VA.
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“Clown Brown” Of Annapolis Sentenced To 10 Years For Drug Trafficking

– U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar sentenced Keith L. Brown, a/k/a “Clown Brown”, age 64, of Annapolis, Maryland, to 10 years in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute phencyclidine, crack, heroin, and cocaine. Khayr Basimibnbrown, age 42, of Annapolis, Maryland, Brown’s son and co-defendant, had previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute fentanyl, heroin, PCP, and cocaine.

Unidentifiably Charred Human Remains Found Inside Burning Vehicle Confirmed To Be Murder Victim

The charred body found inside of a burning car in the middle of a Laurel field has been confirmed to be the victim of a homicide, authorities say. The victim, who was so badly burned that the race, sex, or estimated age could not be determined, is confirmed to have died of a gunshot wound. The suspected killer then attempted to destroy the body by setting it on fire inside of the vehicle, Anne Arundel County police say.
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MDOT SHA Begins MD 4 Intersection Improvements In Calvert County

OWINGS, Md. – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is working on a $2 million project to enhance safety and access at the MD 4 (Southern Maryland Boulevard) / West Mount Harmony Road intersection in the Owings area of Calvert County. The project is expected...
CBS Sports

Air Force vs. Navy score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA top 25 highlights today

Air Force is off to a strong start against Navy on Saturday, leading 10-3 at halftime of the first game in the 51st edition of the battle for the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy. The Falcons, playing at home and wearing special uniforms to honor the U.S. Space Force, got off to a high-flying start with a 67-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Haaziq Daniels to wide receiver David Cormier on the first possession of the game. Navy's defense eventually settled in and entered the locker room with confidence after forcing two punts and recovering two fumbles on Air Force's final four drives of the half. The last fumble ended up being a gift for Navy, who had not made it beyond the 42-yard line on any of their first five offensive drives, but started in scoring position thanks to the turnover.
NBC Washington

Off-Duty DC Officer Hit in Maryland Parking Lot, Seriously Hurt: Police

An off-duty D.C. police officer is seriously hurt after being hit by a vehicle in a shopping center parking lot in Prince George’s County, Maryland, on Friday morning, authorities say. Officer Kenneth Daniels had critical injuries and was set to be admitted to an intensive care unit, Dr. Tom-meka...

Ian's local Impact

While we are going to get a good amount of rain through Monday, we are not expecting widespread flooding issues. Minor coastal flooding will be possible from Annapolis to DC, but areal flooding will be possible (low end risk) along some rivers and streams. Through Sunday night our area will see a widespread 1 to 2 inches of rain, with some isolated locations picking up slightly more. Some of the higher totals are expected south of Baltimore and on the eastern shore.

1 dead after house fire in Anne Arundel County

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. — One person is dead after a house fire in Anne Arundel County Thursday morning, according to fire officials. The Anne Arundel County Fire Department responded to Patuxent Mobile Estates, off of Sands Road, in Lothian to find a mobile home in flames, with visible fire showing.

Gov. Hogan announces Maryland preparedness efforts ahead of Hurricane Ian impact

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (7News) — As Hurricane Ian moves through the east coast Friday, the DMV region is gearing up to prepare for the possible threat it may cause. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has mapped out the state's preparedness efforts with the expectation of possible steady rain Friday through Monday, accompanied by strong wind gusts, according to the National Weather Service.
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Gary's Corner: The boat show

These events are held the first few weeks of October, and the buzz and excitement are strong. It’s been one year in the making: The 50th United States Powerboat Show and the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland, is almost heaven for boaters. People come from everywhere, including...

Maryland prepares for remnants of Hurricane Ian

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (DC News Now) — Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday that Maryland was ready for remnants of Hurricane Ian that would affect the state. Earlier in the week, an Incident Management Team went to Florida to help with the response there. “As we always emphasize with potential flooding events, it is critical for drivers […]

Shoppers reopens grocery store on The Alameda in Baltimore

The parent company of Shoppers Food has reacquired a store in Northeast Baltimore that had previously been sold and reopened the location Friday. United Natural Foods announced the acquisition of the former Shoppers store at 5600 The Alameda along with the re-acquisition and remodeling of several stores in Prince George’s County. The moves are part of a commitment to build the Shoppers banner ...