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Tiny Tim has a new home thanks to 11-year-old Sydney Kirby of Brooklyn Park , who hopes Frizzle, Frazzle, Jinx2 and Tiny find new families soon, too.
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Routine maintenance on the Spa Creek Bridge may cause delays for drivers on Friday.
Patuxent River Rd., 3000 block, 1:36 a.m. Feb. 22. Aluminum scrap was stolen from the back yard of a home.
An Annapolis jewelry store owner trumped a would-be robber who tried to hold up the business by carrying a bigger gun.
Clarifying butter James Wright demonstrates clarifying butter with the help of Chef Linda Vogler in the Light House Kitchen.
Three people in a stolen car were followed by police officers for 10 miles through Anne Arundel County before the car spun out and they tried to run away, police said.
Police say a woman reported to be in labor and her boyfriend were robbed in Annapolis, Maryland as they tried to head to a hospital.
Royal Farms kept its proposal for a downtown Annapolis store alive following a hearing before the city's Board of Appeals Tuesday night.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Maryland's gun control laws come under attack in Annapolis. A House committee was flooded with bills from both sides of the issue Tuesday.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -We're used to seeing First Lady Michelle Obama at a podium addressing crowds, but even she needs a girls' night out once in a while.
From time to time we highlight some news items here about responsible gun owners who thwart crime by way of exercising their God given Second Amendment rights, but that really only tells one half of the story.
In this March 15, 2013 file photo, NAACP president Ben Jealous speaks at a news conference in Annapolis, Md.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - With the governor and legislators pushing for an increase in Maryland's state minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, advocates of people with disabilities want to make sure their paid caregivers get higher wages, since the state now only reimburses them at $9.82 an hour.
In early January, shortly after the launch of legal recreational marijuana sales in Colorado , we posted about several pot satires that were mistaken for actual news , including one claiming that weed overdoses killed 37 people on day one of retail operations here.
Bancroft Hall In upper right corner on the steps of Bancroft Hall, First Lady Michelle Obama, left, with U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, center, and Commandant of Midshipmen, Capt.