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  • Laurel student serves as state house page in North Carolina

    Kenni Patrick, a student at St. Vincent Pallotti High School, served as a page for the North Carolina House of Representatives, in Raleigh, N.C. The daughter of Kenneth and Tanya Patrick, of Laurel, she was sponsored by Rep. Julia Howard (Republican-...
  • Arrest made in fatal Mid-Town double shooting case

    Arrest made in fatal Mid-Town double shooting case
    Rookie Baltimore police officers Jason Dipaola and Steven Vinias were sent to Mount Vernon to provide a sense of security to a neighborhood shaken by a double shooting. They may have ended up solving the case. After stopping a group of young people...
  • Baltimore suspiciously close to top of nation's porn capitals list

    Baltimore suspiciously close to top of nation's porn capitals list
    Baltimore is not at the top of Men's Health's America's Smuttiest Cities list. But it's pretty, pretty, pretty close. The magazine just released the list, ranking cities based on the number of porn DVDS bought, rented or streamed, the number of adult...
  • Angela Marie Bucci awarded a National Science Foundation graduate research fellowship

    Angela Marie Bucci has been awarded a National Science Foundation graduate research fellowship. She is pursuing a PhD focusing on sensory biology and forensic entomology and will examine how sensory specialization of insects shapes the temporal...
  • British police try to trace bus suspect's last 81 minutes

    LONDON -- Police in Scotland Yard released a photograph yesterday of a man with a large backpack walking through a suburban train station July 7, saying they believe it shows him carrying a bomb that he later detonated on one of London's double-decker...
  • Republicans wage uphill battle to win over black voters

    CHARLOTTE N.C. (Reuters) - After losing the 2012 presidential election, Republicans vowed to expand their appeal beyond their shrinking base of white males. But as they concede, winning over black voters is likely to be a long and difficult task. Since...
  • Dad pleads with parents to remember kids in hot cars

     
    Filed under: Safety, Videos After five minutes of sitting in a hot car, Terry Williams was drenched with sweat. After ten minutes, he felt like the air had been sucked out of his lungs. After 15 minutes, he got out of the car. Not everyone has the...
  • Fossil's 21-foot wingspan shows Pelagornis was 'largest flying bird'

    Fossil's 21-foot wingspan shows <i>Pelagornis</i> was 'largest flying bird'
    Sometimes finding a skeleton in a closet can be a good thing – if you’re a paleontologist. Meet Pelagornis sandersi, a giant bird with a wingspan 21 feet across – so wide that it could have been the size of a (very) small plane. The...
  • Cris Carter says Browns should cut Josh Gordon, but Herm Edwards disagrees

    Hall of famer Cris Carter believes the Cleveland Browns should give All-Pro wide receiver Josh Gordon a life-changing wake-up call by cutting him, but former NFL coach Herm Edwards disagrees. Carter and Edwards were summoned to discuss Gordon's situation...
  • US cleric popular with militants faces travel, social media restrictions

    DETROIT A federal judge has cracked down on the travel and computer activities of a Dearborn, Mich., cleric popular worldwide with the extremist militant group that announced last week the formation of an Islamic state in Iraq and Syria. U.S. District...
  • Arthur's hit 'minimal,' NC governor says, but flooding and power outages are still issues

    RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina avoided major damage from Hurricane Arthur, Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday morning, and conditions up and down the coast are improving but flooding and about 44,000 power outages still afflict an area that usually has one of its...
  • Damage but no casualties as Arthur hit some, missed some NC beaches

    RALEIGH, N.C. The day after Hurricane Arthur roared ashore at Shackleford Banks with 100-mph winds whipping, the season's first hurricane left dramatically different legacies on opposite ends of the North Carolina coast. Along the southern beaches, hotel...