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  • Edgewood woman charged with murder after domestic shooting

    Edgewood woman charged with murder after domestic shooting
    Police charged an Edgewood woman with murder after she fatally shot her boyfriend Monday night. Tanasha E. Siena, 34, of the 3100 block of Mahonia Way, called 911 and told dispatchers she shot George S. Moore, 37, who lived with her, according to a...
  • Interest payments total $228,000 in Baltimore County-FOP dispute

    Interest payments total $228,000 in Baltimore County-FOP dispute
    A nearly $1.7 million payment from Baltimore County to the police union to resolve a battle over retiree health care costs included about $228,000 in interest accrued while the county fought court rulings in the case. The county wrote a check last week...
  • '24: Live Another Day' premiere recap, The return of Jack Bauer

    '24: Live Another Day' premiere recap, The return of Jack Bauer
    In a dark, ominous, very “24” way, we open to see a new set of fresh operatives targeting an unidentified, but highly sought after suspect. Using new school tricks and gizmos, the team is able to capture the infamous “traitor” Jack...
  • Supreme Court decision allows Carroll Co. commissioners to pray

    Supreme Court decision allows Carroll Co. commissioners to pray
    A divided U.S. Supreme Court upheld Monday the right of local governments to offer sectarian prayers at public meetings, a decision that clears the way for the Carroll County board of commissioners to restore their Christian observances. In a 5-4...
  • Annapolis woman found not criminally responsible in daughter's death

    Annapolis woman found not criminally responsible in daughter's death
    An Annapolis woman who claimed to be suffering from a "Muslim curse" has been found not criminally responsible in the death of her 2-year-old child last year. Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Ronald A. Silkworth accepted Chelsea Booth's plea of...
  • Ray Rice among the spectators at North Harford rec lacrosse game

    Ray Rice among the spectators at North Harford rec lacrosse game
    A group of eighth-graders warming up for a rec lacrosse game at North Harford High School Monday night spotted an unlikely spectator - Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice - in the crowd Monday night. While he seems to have been keeping a relatively...
  • Man on trial in 2008 Annapolis killing that led to federal prostitution charges

    Man on trial in 2008 Annapolis killing that led to federal prostitution charges
    Opening arguments began Tuesday in the Annapolis trial of a man accused in a late night shooting nearly six years ago that left an alleged pimp dead and helped unravel a prostitution business in the state's capital city. Ricardo Humberto Rivas-Ramirez...
  • Ellicott City mother sues Tough Mudder over obstacle race death

    Ellicott City mother sues Tough Mudder over obstacle race death
    The mother of an Ellicott City man who died a year ago following an obstacle race in West Virginia has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the organizers of the Tough Mudder event. Mita Sengupta, mother of Avishek Sengupta, claims that Tough Mudder...
  • Md. courts aim to provide lawyers at bail hearings by summer

    Md. courts aim to provide lawyers at bail hearings by summer
    Criminal suspects in Maryland will have free access to lawyers at their first court appearances as soon as July, a top judiciary official said Tuesday, as the state struggles to comply with a court order that has been delayed for months amid concerns...
  • Nail salon murder victim was giving pedicure, fiance says

    Nail salon murder victim was giving pedicure, fiance says
    Truc Thi Ly Nguyen was learning English and studying for her driver's license. Everyone drove in the United States, so the Vietnamese immigrant told others she wanted to, as well. She worked at T&T Nails, an East Baltimore salon across from a chicken...
  • Witness intimidation alleged in case involving Annapolis mayor's cousin

    Witness intimidation alleged in case involving Annapolis mayor's cousin
    An Annapolis woman has been charged with witness intimidation related to an attempted murder case involving the mayor's cousin. Stacie E. Roberts, 33, was charged Tuesday with threatening to harm a witness, soliciting someone to harm a witness and...
  • Baltimore man, caught sleeping in car with gun, pleads guilty

    Baltimore man, caught sleeping in car with gun, pleads guilty
    Watching your back can get tiring. Just ask Lindell Session.  Session, 26, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court this week to possession of a firearm by a felon, after authorities say he was found snoozing in the driver's seat of his car - clutching a...