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September 13, 2018

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State prosecutors investigating whether ex-Baltimore Social Services chief properly placed foster babies

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State prosecutors are investigating former Baltimore Social Services chief Molly McGrath Tierney after auditors questioned nearly $2 million she directed to a contractor and local nonprofit.

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It's never easy saying goodbye to hometown stars. The Orioles' history is proof

Adam Jones and the Orioles could be headed for a messy divorce. Over the years, the Orioles, generally, have parted with their stars more favorably.

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Hurricane Florence downgraded to Category 2 storm as it nears landfall but still could be devastating

Though Hurricane Florence has weakened slightly, it’s still a very dangerous storm, and a life-threatening storm surge and rainfall are expected. 

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Families struggle to find nurses to take care of disabled children, other relatives

Finding nurses to assist families with disabled children and other relatives at home can be difficult, largely because such nurses aren’t paid enough in Maryland or even as much as in neighboring states, according to the families of the disabled and companies that place nurses.

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Floodgates open on Conowingo Dam, state, local authorities monitor potential for flooding in Cecil County

Conowingo Dam has opened 13 floodgates as Exelon officials deal with high water in Susquehanna River from recent rains; state and county leaders monitor potential for flooding nearby on Route 222 in Cecil County, but the high water isn't related to Hurricane Florence.

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Pedestrian killed on Baltimore Beltway in Brooklyn Park

A pedestrian died after being hit by a car on the Baltimore Beltway on Wednesday night, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.

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Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh: 'You can smell the rats'

Mayor Catherine Pugh doesn't like the look or smell of things during a tour of East Baltimore.

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Waterfront museums 'battening down hatches,' but hopeful Hurricane Florence will keep heading south

Waterfront museums in Maryland are relieved Hurricane Florence seems to be heading south, but are prepared and keeping a wary eye open.

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Just 227 signatures short, new socialist party files lawsuit to get onto Maryland ballot

The Bread and Roses Party, a self-identified socialist group, is 227 certified signatures away from the 10,000 it needs to get onto the ballot in Maryland. The state Board of Elections rejected the party's request to list Jerome Segal as its U.S. Senate candidate, and he's suing the board.

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Healthy again, Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill managing games and emotions

Since returning from a season-ending torn ACL, Hill has been more of a game manager than blossoming star, allowing many of his teammates to make big plays than trying to do it himself.

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Spy novelist Tom Clancy's 537-acre Chesapeake Bay estate could be yours for $6.2M

Spy novelist Tom Clancy's 537-acre Chesapeake Bay estate and petrified wood desk are yours for $6.2 million.

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