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  • Prince George’s Co. police seek missing girl, 14

    WASHINGTON — Prince George’s County police are searching for a missing 14-year-old girl Friday morning. On Thursday, police said they are searching for 14-year-old Cecilia Ivy Guzman. She was last seen in the 7100 block…

  • Rockville day care owner charged with child abuse (Video)

    WASHINGTON — Police say the owner of a day care in Rockville, Maryland, nearly shook a baby to death, then pretended to save her. ABC7 reports that Ana Valentin, 40, was arrested and charged with…

  • College students make bracelets to help jailed journalists

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — University of Maryland journalism students are raising money to launch a line of bracelets emblazoned with the names of journalists imprisoned around the world to raise money for the cause,…

  • Metro releases new safety video

    WASHINGTON — Metro is out with a new safety video  that the agency believes will prepare customers for an emergency due to smoke or fire, similar to the Jan. 12 incident at L’Enfant Plaza. The…

  • Md. Senate votes unanimously for $40B budget

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The Maryland Senate has voted unanimously for the state’s $40 billion budget. The vote was 46-0 Thursday. Lawmakers made extra cuts to restore scaled-back education funding initially proposed in Gov. Larry…

  • Reward offered in shooting of Goodwill store security guard

    WALKERSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Maryland State Police are announcing a reward offer in the January shooting of a Goodwill store security guard in Frederick County. Police said Thursday that the family of 42-year-old Gerald Campbell…

  • Dad delivers baby along I-270

    WASHINGTON — A baby just couldn’t wait to come into the world, and did so on Interstate 270 in Montgomery County early Thursday. Jacob Nelson was a breech birth, delivered by his dad Jonathan Nelson…

  • Boy, 17, found not competent for trial in 3 attempted rapes

    FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A 17-year-old boy has been found not competent to stand trial for the attempted rape of three women in a Walkersville park. The Frederick News-Post reports (http://bit.ly/1IyZ3DQ ) that a Frederick…

  • Sex abuse victim contends school system ignored complaints

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A teenage girl who was molested by a western Maryland teacher says in a federal lawsuit that school officials ignored complaints about him for more than a year. Allegany County school board…

  • Greenbelt man faces murder charges; victim stabbed in neck

    WASHINGTON — A Greenbelt, Maryland man faces murder charges after another man was stabbed in the neck Wednesday morning. Greenbelt police say Patrick Corie Hunter, 38, has been charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and first-degree…

  • Baby born on I-270

    WASHINGTON — A baby just couldn’t wait to come into the world, and did so on Interstate 270 in Montgomery County early Thursday. Jacob Nelson was a breach birth, delivered by his dad John Nelson…

  • Committee, stakeholders mull changes to charter school bill

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Senate education committee is mulling amendments to Gov. Larry Hogan’s charter school expansion plan. The changes were presented Wednesday during a committee work session with education stakeholders. Among the changes…

  • Hogan to attend swearing in for new state police head

    PIKESVILLE, Md. (AP) — Col. William Pallozzi is being sworn in as the Maryland State Police superintendent. Gov. Larry Hogan is planning to participate in the event Thursday. It’s taking place at the Maryland State…

  • First US penny goes to auction in Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The first U.S. penny is slated to go to auction at Baltimore’s convention center. The auction, hosted by Stack’s Bowers Galleries, will take place at the Convention Center, where the coin, known…

  • UMd. student behind racist email leaves campus for semester

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The fraternity member behind a racist, sexist email at the University of Maryland will not return to campus this semester. “By mutual consent with the student, the parents and the university,…