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A computer model developed by Johns Hopkins University engineer predicts power outages expected from 'Frankenstorm' Sandy.
Police & Fire
Man jumped from interstate at around 12:30 p.m., according to MD State Police.
Mitch Case and Caitlyn Leiter-Mason are blogging about their experiences as Maryland delegates.
Police & Fire, Obituaries
Learn more about the two 19-year-old friends killed in train derailed in Ellicott City early Tuesday morning.
Cases of food-related illness increase during the summer months, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
More than 400,000 without power in Central Maryland; 400 linemen arriving from FL and MS in 2-3 days, BGE officials say.
During the week of June 19-25, 325 people in Maryland were stricken with heat-related illness.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Kids Helping Kids program collected 462,497 pounds of food and raised $120,814 in donations.
Police dashboard cameras have "proven invaluable for those jurisdictions that have them," a Department of Justice official said.
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