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While we were thinking slots had a pretty good chance to get through the General Assembly this session, the Angelos family's decision to not buy P.G. County's Rosecroft Raceway can't be good for slots supporters. The Post's story focuses more on the Prince George's legislative delegation's opposition to any slots in their county. We should note here that Laurel Park, despite its name being tied to the P.G. town, is actually in Anne Arundel County. The Washington Times, on the other hand, ignored the Angelos story, instead saying slots have a better chance now that certain possible slots sites (Ocean Downs and Timonium) are off the table. Finally, the AP story, via the Salibury Daily Times, and the Gazette papers version.

More General Assembly stories: lead paint, Asian oysters, and SUV tax.

Speaking of P.G. County, more here on that insane house break-in/shooting/fender bender/murder on Monday night, including a touching profile of the victim, Robert Lee Gail, who was a team mate's of Len Bias on the 1981 Northwestern High School (Hyattsville) basketball team.

And more on that Cambridge-area murder/suicide.

Entertainment news: The rock quieted at Thunder Dome; BSO not selling Meyerhoff.

More troubles for Maryland prisons.

Blackwell trial: Day 3.

O'Rumors? Not much. Just this Gregory Kane column; he wants Democrats to apologize for race-baiting of Lt. Gov. Michael Steele before the governor apologizes to the mayor, or something like that.

Nine Maryland men indicted in international drug ring.

By the unlikely-named Daniel Valentine: Blackout darkens Valentine's Day in Annapolis.

From the Diamondback: good suite of stories on post-Duke game festivities.

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