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Latest on police-custody death: Governor heads to Baltimore

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is temporarily moving his office from the state capital, Annapolis, to Baltimore on Tuesday after rioting and fires broke out in the city overnight.

MD Gov. Hogan delares state of emergency

State of emergency declared after Baltimore riots.

Baltimore police officer on ground

Latest on police-custody death: 15 officers injured, 27 arrests made

Police say at least seven officers have been injured in a violent clash with a large group of youths.

Local PD respond to gang-related threats

In a Monday morning email, Baltimore Police warned law enforcement that various gangs could be partnering up to take out officers.

Criminals obtaining guns through straw purchases

Ask folks where criminals get guns and you'll hear a popular response, “oh in the streets,”  “robberies and theft.”

Homicide of 3-year-old under investigation in Laurel

State Police say they are investigating, after the homicide of a toddler in Laurel.

Queen Anne's Co. reports incidents of identity theft

Law enforcement in Queen Anne's County says several residents were surprised when they tried to file their taxes, only to find that someone else had already filed with their social security…

Survey shows number of blue crabs in Chesapeake Bay rising

An annual survey by marine officials shows a significant increase in the number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.

Delaware bill allows land banks to acquire vacant properties

Democratic state lawmakers have introduced legislation making it easier for local governments to acquire and redevelop abandoned and vacant real estate.

Raekwon Lee sentenced in Somerset Co. court

A man convicted for being a co-conspirator in an attempted robbery-turned-murder back in Thanksgiving 2013 will spend the next eight years behind bars.

Wells Fargo seek state grants for Delaware job creation

A state economic development panel is set to vote on a request by Wells Fargo Bank for more than $1.3 million in taxpayer grants to help offset costs associated with relocating and creating new…

Freddie Gray protests turn violent in Baltimore

A protest over the death of Freddie Gray, who was critically injured in police custody, started peacefully with thousands marching through downtown streets. Then, things turned violent and…

Latest on police-custody death: Governor heads...

Baltimore police officer on ground

MD Gov. Hogan delares state of emergency

Latest on police-custody death: 15 officers...

Local PD respond to gang-related threats

Criminals obtaining guns through straw purchases

Homicide of 3-year-old under investigation in...

Queen Anne's Co. reports incidents of identity...

Survey shows number of blue crabs in Chesapeake...

Delaware bill allows land banks to acquire...

Raekwon Lee sentenced in Somerset Co. court

Wells Fargo seek state grants for Delaware job...

Freddie Gray protests turn violent in Baltimore

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