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2 dead in Tysons crash; police say speed believed to be a factor

TYSONS, Va. - Authorities say two people are dead after an early morning crash in Tysons in which investigators believe speed was a factor. The crash was reported around 5:30 a.m. along eastbound Leesburg Pike and Chain Bridge Road. Officers say one vehicle was involved. Leesburg Pike was closed and...
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2-alarm fire displaces 21 people in Montgomery Co.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — More than a dozen people are without a place to stay after a fire ripped through an apartment building in the Silver Spring/Glenmont area of Montgomery County late Wednesday night. Montgomery County firefighters were called to the 2300 block of Glenmont Circle for a report...
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD
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Maryland's Best All You Can Eat Buffet Restaurants

- If you are searching for a great all-you-can-eat dinner, you'll love one of Maryland's best all-you-can-eat buffet restaurants. You'll find various options here, from the Grande Buffet & Grill in Laurel to the Yuraku Japanese Restaurant in Germantown. There's also something for every palate, from Italian and Mexican entrees to succulent seafood.
LAUREL, MD
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Five Maryland Constitution amendments up for referendum in General Election

CECIL COUNTY — Five amendments to the Maryland State Constitution are up for referendum during the Maryland General Elections on Nov. 8. Voters throughout Maryland will have the option to vote on the five proposed amendments, which include the statewide legalization of marijuana. On each voters’ ballot will be a series of questions, with Question 4 being one of the most anticipated decisions voters can make during this election that is not related to a candidate: the statewide legalization of cannabis. ...
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Watch: Bystanders subdue, disarm gunman after witnessing shooting

SILVER SPRING, Md. — New video from Maryland shows several good Samaritans come to the aid of a shooting victim, using force to subdue and disarm the gunman. According to FOX 5 News, several good Samaritans witnessed 24-year-old Marcus Elijah Conway on the ground struggling with a man who was attempting to shoot him in the head.
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Two Maryland cities ranked in Top 50 places to live, according to Money.com

BALTIMORE - Two Maryland cities are ranked in the top 50 places to live, according to Money.com.The website lists Columbia, sixth overall, and Rockville, 20th, on their rankings.Money.com ranks the cities based on economic opportunities, quality of life, diversity and where the best futures lie.Money.com said this about Columbia: "Columbia's unique history is part of its draw: The town was unveiled in 1967 by developer James W. Rouse, who set out to plan a community built on the principle that neighborhoods should be places with a capacity for "joyous living.' Today, Columbia is Howard County's piece de resistance, attracting families...
COLUMBIA, MD
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This College was Abandoned and Left to Decay in the Middle of this Maryland Neighborhood

Maryland is home to quite a few abandoned places but none are quite as fascinating as this historic college that was built and left to decay right in the middle of a suburban neighborhood. While most abandoned places require a bit of a hike through the woods to see, this interesting sight can be accessed via a short drive from Baltimore, keep reading to learn more.
ELLICOTT CITY, MD

Southeast DC shooting sends woman to hospital

WASHINGTON — A woman is in the hospital after she was shot in Southeast D.C. Wednesday night. Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the scene in the 4200 block of 7th Street Southeast just after 10 p.m. for a report of a shooting. When they arrived on scene they found a woman suffering from gunshot wounds. She was taken to the hospital for treatment. Police say she was conscious and breathing when she was taken to the hospital.
WASHINGTON, DC

Buff DC deputy mayor Chris Geldart grabs smaller man by throat in gym parking lot: cops

A beefy DC deputy mayor was busted for allegedly grabbing a man by the neck during a road rage incident in the parking lot of a Gold’s Gym in Virginia. Chris Geldart, the DC Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice, was captured on video angrily confronting a trainer at the gym. Police said the argument started when the trainer, Chris Geldart, accidentally made contact with Woodward’s car when he opened his car door at 12:25 p.m. Saturday. The two can be seen shouting at one another until Geldart confronts the trainer and stares him down. Despite being much smaller in stature, Woodward...
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Scammers steals $5K from elderly woman in Laurel: police

LAUREL, Md. - Police are searching for two women they say scammed an elderly victim out of thousands of dollars in Laurel over the summer. According to authorities, the elderly woman told officers she was approached by the two women as she left a shopping center in the 1000 block of Fairlawn Avenue on June 22 around 5:30 p.m.
LAUREL, MD

Howard school board approves plan allowing virtual learning to replace snow days up to three times this school year

The Howard Board of Education approved a plan Tuesday that allows the superintendent to activate virtual instruction days up to three times this school year, when poor weather closes school buildings. The board voted 8-0 in favor of the plan, which gives Superintendent Michael Martirano discretion to call for “asynchronous...
HOWARD COUNTY, MD
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Ballou High School staffer puts student in a chokehold

WASHINGTON - Video of an altercation between a Ballou High School staff member and a student is circulating on the internet. FOX 5 has learned the incident happened Tuesday in a classroom at the Southeast-based school. The two can be seen arguing before the staffer puts the student in a...
WASHINGTON, DC
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Man Arrested for Theft From Auto

Per MCPD: Officers from the Montgomery County Department of Police – 3rd District Patrol have arrested and charged 33-year-old Eric Delonty Feggins, of no fixed address, with rogue and vagabond, theft under $1500 and other related offenses for theft from auto. On Friday, September 30, 2022, a detective with...
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD
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