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MSP Reminds Motorists Of Steps To Reduce Vehicle Thefts

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – As we near the winter holiday season, motorists need to remember to take the proper precautions to reduce the chances of their vehicles being stolen. This is especially true right now for owners of Hyundai and Kia vehicles, which have been stolen at increased rates both in Maryland and nationwide, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. (NICB). Nationally, there were a combined 59,991 Hyundai and Kia […]

today10/24/2022 3

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Actor Robbie Coltrane, Harry Potter’s Hagrid, dies at 72

LONDON (AP) — Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, who played a forensic psychologist on TV series "Cracker" and Hagrid in the "Harry Potter" movies, has died. He was 72. Coltrane's agent Belinda Wright said he died Friday at a hospital in Scotland. She did not give a cause. Coltrane came to fame as a hard-bitten detective in the 1990s series "Cracker," for which he won best actor at the British Academy […]

today10/17/2022 1

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MSP Reminding Motorists “Move Over Law” Expands To All Vehicles Beginning Oct. 1

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – The Maryland State Police are reminding motorists that beginning October 1, 2022, the Move Over Law in Maryland expands to require motorists to make a lane change or slow down when approaching any stopped, standing, or parked vehicle displaying warning signals – including hazard warning lights, road flares, or other caution signals including traffic cones, caution signs, or non-vehicular warning signs. The intent of the Move Over […]

today09/30/2022 1

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Metallica, Mariah Carey headline Global Citizen NYC concert

NEW YORK (AP) — Metallica, Mariah Carey and The Jonas Brothers will headline a free concert in New York's Central Park to mark the 10th anniversary of the Global Citizen Festival on Sept. 24. There will also be a concert that day in Accra, Ghana, featuring Usher, SZA and H.E.R. But Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans says the event will be less a celebration and more of a call to […]

today08/11/2022 2

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Ocean City Police Department’s Traffic Safety Unit Conducts Traffic Detail Up North

Ocean City, MD- (April 4, 2022): During the month of March, the Ocean City Police Department’s Traffic Safety Unit conducted a traffic enforcement detail on the north end of town. The Ocean City Police Department has received numerous complaints about vehicles speeding through a north-end neighborhood. The Traffic Safety Unit (TSU) conducted increased enforcement efforts from February 27 through March 31, 2022. The enforcement area was concentrated on the 142nd […]

today04/05/2022

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U.S. Navy plane crashes in Eastern Shore; 1 dead, 2 injured

OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) — A U.S. Navy aircraft with three people aboard crashed in waters near the Eastern Shore boundary of Virginia and Maryland on Wednesday evening, killing one, authorities said. Lt. Cmdr. Rob Myers, a public affairs officer with Naval Air Force Atlantic, told The Associated Press the plane was conducting routine flight operations in the vicinity of Wallops Island, Virginia, when it went down around 7:30 p.m. […]

today03/31/2022 3

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today03/29/2022 10

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Omicron and Delta spell return of unpopular restrictions

PARIS (AP) — Governments around the world are weighing new measures for populations tired of hearing about restrictions and vaccines as the coronavirus delta variant of COVID-19 pushes up cases in Europe and fears grow over the omicron variant. Greeks who are over age 60 and refuse vaccinations could be hit with monthly fines. Potential carriers of omicron in Israel could be tracked by the nation's domestic security agency. Weekly […]

today12/02/2021 6

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Tropical Storm Elsa pounds East Coast after killing 1 in Florida

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Tropical Storm Elsa is carving a destructive and soaking path up the East Coast after killing at least one person in Florida and spinning up a tornado at a Georgia Navy base that flipped recreational vehicles upside-down and blew one of them into a lake. One person was killed in Jacksonville, Florida, when a tree fell onto a car. And a spokesperson for Kings Bay Naval […]

today07/08/2021 4

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