New trial granted to ex-police chief convicted of misconduct

A Maryland appeals court says a former small-town police chief convicted of misconduct in office deserves a new trial
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Naval Academy midshipman pleads guilty to distributing drugs

A U.S. Naval Academy midshipman has pleaded guilty to using and distributing illegal drugs
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Federal team finds no intrusion on Maryland election systems

A U.S. Department of Homeland Security team has found no evidence of intrusion on Maryland's election system
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Arguments in "Serial" case focus on lawyer, alibi witness

Maryland's highest court heard arguments in the high-profile case of a man whose murder conviction was chronicled in the hit "Serial" podcast
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4 mariners rescued after boat loses mast off North Carolina

The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued four mariners whose sailboat lost its mast in a storm off the North Carolina shore
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Liberty beats Navy 76-58 behind McGhee's 18 points

Darius McGhee scored 18 points with five 3-pointers, Scottie James added 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Liberty pulled away early to beat Navy 76-58
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Maryland deer hunters get new tax break for donating venison

Some Maryland deer hunters now can claim a credit against their state income taxes for donating their processed venison to the hungry.
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No. 19 Syracuse finishes surprising season by beating BC

Eric Dungey ran for three touchdowns and threw for 362 yards and three more scores to lead No. 19 Syracuse to a 42-21 victory over Boston College
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No. 19 Syracuse beats Boston College 42-21

Eric Dungey ran for three touchdowns and threw for 362 yards and three more scores to lead No. 19 Syracuse to a 42-21 victory over Boston College
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1 year after killing, teens continue to honor slain friend

On the one-year anniversary of the death of Terry Bosley, a 17-year-old Annapolis kid who was gunned down in Eastport, there were no tears
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Maryland tech company pays employees to volunteer

Volunteering is part of the job for employees of one Maryland technology firm.
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State lawmakers call for health insurance down payment plan

Marylanders without health insurance would be required to pay a state penalty that can go toward purchasing coverage, under legislation to be introduced next ye
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College sees spike in donations since announcing tuition cut

A private liberal arts college that has students in New Mexico and Maryland has seen a spike in donations since announcing plans to decrease tuition
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Navy holds off Bryant's run for an 83-79 win

Greg Summer's layup with four seconds left served as the difference and Navy withstood Bryant 83-79
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Navy commissions USS Sioux City into service

The U.S. Navy says it has commissioned the USS Sioux City into service
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Abey leads Navy past Tulsa 37-29

Abey leads Navy past Tulsa 37-29
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Tulsa, Navy have taken similar paths to last place in AAC

Navy looks to escape last place and end 7-game skid in matchup with Tulsa, which has endured a similarly frustrating season
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Man accused in newspaper shootings to face trial next June

Judge moves back trial date several months to June 2019 for man accused of fatally shooting five members of a Maryland newspaper last year
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Kiernan scores 21, leads Navy in 77-58 win over Coppin State

George Kiernan had 21 points and nine rebounds, Evan Wieck added 14 points with five assists, and Navy used a big second-half run to pull away from Coppin State
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Cowan scores 24 and Maryland pulls away to beat Navy 78-57

Anthony Cowan scored 24 points, Darryl Morsell added 15 and Maryland used a second-half surge to defeat pesky Navy 78-57
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McDuffie scores 32 as Wichita State beats Providence 83-80

Markis McDuffie scored a career-high 32 points and sparked a second-half run that carried Wichita State past Providence 83-80
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Some of the most recent deadly US mass shootings

Some of the most recent deadly US mass shootings
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Hogan says GOP losses 'a repudiation of the president'

Gov. Larry Hogan says his re-election indicates voters want bipartisanship and civility that is lacking in Washington, and he says other Maryland Republicans' l
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Judges order Maryland to draw new congressional map for 2020

A panel of federal judges has ruled that Maryland officials must draw up a new congressional redistricting plan that isn't tainted by partisan gerrymandering
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