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  • Laurel Police reported burglary, robberies in the city

    Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crime. City of Laurel Seventh Street, 900 block, Dec. 3. Laurel man, 36, reported two males grabbed him and ripped his pants...
  • Monday Meltdown: 'Portal 2' for Game of the Year, and Decision 2012: Mario vs. Sonic

    Monday Meltdown: 'Portal 2' for Game of the Year, and Decision 2012: Mario vs. Sonic
    News Roundup •••• Microsoft will not be announcing a new Xbox console at E3 this summer or "anytime soon." I suppose it makes sense to wait it out until they’ve replaced literally every console that’s gotten the Red Ring...
  • State police say they solved four Harford burglaries

    Maryland State Police announced Friday they made several arrests in the previous 10 days in connection with Harford County burglary cases dating back to last month. Troopers from Bel Air Barrack "D" and assistance from the public and local police...
  • Monday Meltdown: PAX East edition

    Monday Meltdown: PAX East edition
    News Roundup (PAX East Edition) •••• BioWare used their panel as an opportunity to address the month-long dungstorm that has embattled "Mass Effect 3." Among the announcements this weekend was a free "Extended Cut" add-on to clarify...
  • Friday Buffet: Kinect support for 'Skyrim,' a $1300 game and 'The Atlantic' piece gamers will hate

    Friday Buffet: Kinect support for 'Skyrim,' a $1300 game and 'The Atlantic' piece gamers will hate
    News Roundup •••• It was a busy week down in Bethesda, with the “Skyrim” developers trademarking the game’s signature “Fus Ro Dah” shout. Crap, now I owe them $17. More pertient to gamers is the...
  • A good deed goes bad

    A good deed goes bad
    Ronald Jackson's bedroom holds the signs of a young, earnest life cut short too soon in Baltimore. An unboxed computer sits at the foot of his bed -- part of a school project. A news article about a slain middle-school classmate is taped on one wall; a...
  • Timeline of allegations against Dixon

    2004 Jan. 15: Dixon uses a $2,000 gift certificate for a furrier, purchased by an employee of "Developer A," to buy a Persian lamb coat and burnt umber mink coat. Jan. 23: Developer A, while at the Ritz Carlton in Avon, Colo., uses his American...
  • Reading between the lines of the Dixon indictment

    Dec. 21, 2006, was a long and busy day for then-City Council President Sheila Dixon. According to an article in The Baltimore Sun, she arrived at a meeting of the Baltimore Development Corp. just as it was about to end. Its members had voted to recommend...
  • Dixon convicted of embezzlement

    Dixon convicted of embezzlement
    Jurors in the theft trial of Sheila Dixon convicted the Baltimore mayor Tuesday on a single charge of taking gift cards intended for the city's poor. Although Dixon was acquitted of a felony theft charge, her misdemeanor conviction could force her from...
  • Computer games lure the fairer sex

    Computer and video game makers have a new customer on their holiday list this year: people like Jennifer Vandersteen. The 29-year-old student at the University of Texas, San Antonio, began playing "Ms. Pac-Man" at age six. Now, she logs as many as 40...
  • 'Masters of Sex' and 'Ray Donovan' Renewed for Third Seasons at Showtime

    Showtime has renewed "Masters of Sex" and "Ray Donovan" for third seasons, the premium cabler announced Wednesday. Both hourlong series will receive 12-episode orders that will begin production in early 2015. "Both 'Ray Donovan' and 'Masters of Sex'...
  • Fuhu unveils giant Big Tab tablets for kids, family game playing

    Fuhu unveils giant Big Tab tablets for kids, family game playing
    In a scene that’s grown too familiar in many households, parents and children sit together but with all of them buried in their own screens, whether on smartphones, tablets or TV sets. Hoping to bring everyone back together in front of a single...