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Kelly Dalla Tezza, a Fulbright scholar who planned a career in the U.S. Foreign Service, died Friday in an automobile accident in Morocco. She was 22 and lived in Parkville. Family members said she had a flat tire while driving on a road near Rabat and...
Farrah Hall spends most of her life traveling around the world, windsurfing. The pictures and other images she posts on her Facebook page from places like Australia and the south of France seem pretty glamorous, but the reality for the 30-year-old Hall is...
They call him Sarge. He and some of his relatives live on the same block in the part of New Orleans called Uptown, although the way New Orleanians reckon uptown and downtown is different from the way they do it in most cities. In the Big Easy, "uptown"...
Sun StaffA Howard County District Court judge ordered two former correctional officers indicted in a Baltimore jail detainee's death each held on $100,000 bail yesterday, while a third suspect is expected to have a bail review today in Harford County. The move by...
Tags: Judges, Prosecution, Harford County, Death, Justice System
Sun StaffState leaders are working behind the scenes to halt the proposed shift of the secretive National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency from Bethesda to Virginia, arguing that if it must move, the operation should go to Fort Meade, which is set to undergo a major...
Sun National StaffBROOK PARK, Ohio -- Twice this week, Lt. Col. Kevin Rush donned his dress greens, drove to the home of a family that had just lost a Marine and made what he calls "that fateful walk up to the door." It doesn't take long for the family to discern the...
Tags: Iraq, Stomach, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Army, Death
Sun reporterOne by one, they walk down the aisle, some 300 prospective jurors, stealing glances around the nearly empty courtroom, before their eyes flash on the man for whom they are here. He is John Allen Muhammad, who faces six counts of murder in Montgomery...
sun reportersJohn Allen Muhammad and a Virginia police officer who says he encountered and questioned him a half-hour after a killing got into a testy courtroom exchange yesterday, as Muhammad repeatedly asked him the same questions. "He was trying to get me riled...
Tags: Vehicles, Trials, Television, Hospitals and Clinics, Lawyers
Sun reporterIn a strange courtroom drama, a survivor of the October 2002 sniper shootings in the Washington area came face to face yesterday with the man suspected of trying to kill her. Caroline Seawell, 47, wounded in the parking lot of a Spotsylvania County, Va.,...
Sun StaffFour days after Isabel lashed Maryland, scores of Baltimore-area roads remained blocked yesterday by toppled trees - some ensnared by power lines and awaiting utility crews - and crippled by malfunctioning traffic lights. Workers in Baltimore and the...
Sun StaffMaryland would gain more than 6,600 jobs - more than all but one other state - as jobs throughout the country are sent here under a vast restructuring of the nation's military bases proposed yesterday by the Pentagon. The state's big bases would get...
Sun StaffThe possible addition of more than 5,000 military and civilian jobs at Fort Meade under the Pentagon's shakeup of military bases is likely to put pressure on an already tight local housing market and further boost economic growth over the border in Howard...
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