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  • Pasadena man faces life sentence for wife's murder

    A Pasadena man accused of killing his wife with nine stab wounds and 92 knife slashes admitted Tuesday morning that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him of first-degree murder. Stephen Richard Salb, 57, entered an Alford plea in the July 2011...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 302: 'Sick'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 302: 'Sick'
    Thanks "The Walking Dead", now I no longer have to wonder what a zombie's panties look like. And I no longer have to wonder what it would be like to see a zombie in its panties have its stomach slit open with a pocket knife. It made me feel a little...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 303: 'Walk With Me'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 303: 'Walk With Me'
    Wait, I thought the Governor was supposed to be some super a-hole, like in the comic books, where he was a raping, murdering, torturing psychopath? In Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, we finally meet the gov', and he comes across as a stand-up...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, season three premiere: 'Seed'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, season three premiere: 'Seed'
    Well, well, it seems that much has changed since last we checked in with Rick Grimes and his merry band of ZombiePocalypse survivors. In Sunday night's season three premiere, 'Seed' (referring to Lori's gestating baby, I guess?), we catch up with the...
  • 'Pretty Little Liars' recap, The Guilty Girl's Handbook

    'Pretty Little Liars' recap, The Guilty Girl's Handbook
    “You can help me by thinking about your future.” Since the car mysteriously crashed into their house, Emily and her mom are staying in a motel. Emily reassures her mother that she can help out in any way that she possibly can, but Mrs....
  • Del. Dwyer charged with driving under the influence

    Del. Dwyer charged with driving under the influence
    State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle called for Del. Don Dwyer Jr. to reassess his personal and political lives after the three-term Republican was charged with drunken driving Tuesday — months after pleading guilty to operating a boat while...
  • Maryland prison official reassigned after guard is stabbed

    Maryland prison official reassigned after guard is stabbed
    The security chief at a maximum-security prison in Western Maryland was removed from the job after senior-level staff failed to notify a guard of threats against him before he was stabbed by an inmate. The move followed Friday's announcement that a top...
  • Harford sheriff's deputy accused of firing gun now charged with assault

    A Harford County sheriff's deputy, previously charged with reckless endangerment from an altercation in which he discharged his service weapon during an April traffic stop, was indicted last week on two assault charges. A grand jury on July 2 indicted...
  • Ending mandatory minimums won't solve anything when it comes to drugs

    Ending mandatory minimums won't solve anything when it comes to drugs
    Many of us have been saying for years that we are not going to arrest our way out of our nation's drug problem, so I totally support the change of philosophy and policy about sentencing certain drug offenders ("Minimal reform on mandatory sentencing,"...
  • Man guilty in 2011 shooting near Social Security Administration

    Man guilty in 2011 shooting near Social Security Administration
    A Baltimore County man was convicted Wednesday in the nonfatal shooting of an employee outside the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn in 2011. Gary Stokes, 23, was found guilty by a Baltimore County jury in the shooting that caused the Social...
  • Anne Arundel County volunteer briefs

    Help at detention center Volunteers 21 and older who pass a background check are needed at the Jennifer Road Detention Center to work in the library, assist with pre-GED classes and the education program, facilitate self-help workshops on parenting,...
  • State plans new detention center for girls in Carroll County

    State plans new detention center for girls in Carroll County
    The state Department of Juvenile Services plans to replace its rundown detention center for girls with a new, 48-bed facility in Carroll County — a size that is raising questions among advocates for troubled youths. Juvenile Services Secretary Sam...