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Some Maryland jurisdictions were surprised by the large number of guns turned over to police.
Government, Business, Public Safety
Security scares after the Boston bombings dominate several jurisdictions and other state news you may have missed.
Government, Public Safety
Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-MD, calls Maryland postal workers selfless for the risks they sometimes face in national letter threats.
The 28-19 vote helps Gov. Martin O'Malley's top legislative priority avoid a conference committee some believed would kill the legislation.
Government, Schools, Business, Public Safety
The amended bill, passed by a 78-61 vote, will go back to the Senate and possibly a conference committee.
Hundreds head to Annapolis to testify for and against a package of bills that would tighten gun regulations in Maryland.
Schools, Public Safety
Anne Arundel students didn't participate in the regularly scheduled Cool School plunge because of exams and then weather conditions caused Friday's festivities to be canceled.
In a public service announcement Sunday, Chief Larry Tolliver reminds residents to plan ahead if they intend on drinking alcohol because county police will be "out in force."
The National Weather Service warns drivers may encounter slippery roads during the morning commute; Anne Arundel County Public Schools are on a semester break.
Officers responded to a call about a man laying outside a residence to discover that he'd been shot.
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