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Benjamin Blessing is accused of holding up a pharmacy with what he said was AIDS-tainted blood.
One Maryland library said the book was 'pornography.'
Members turn down Fox attempt to lower the amount of the fire tax increase.
The Senate and House majority leaders put the task force in writing on Wednesday.
The mayor of New York declares war on sugary soft drinks.
Police say the victim, Devan Cheatham Jones, was wearing a helmet.
Managers from 11 businesses broken into overnight May 29 and 30 are left to clean up an expensive mess.
BGE offers a demonstration on just how difficult it is for utility workers to repair downed lines and get power restored following a major storm.
A Columbia man known by the nickname "Bloody Mike" faces federal assault and robbery charges.
Police report an unknown suspect or suspects shattered the front glass windows of 11 different restaurants and businesses overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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