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A jury in Annapolis has convicted a Crofton businessman of first-degree murder in the shooting death of his associate in an alleged coast-to-coast marijuana trafficking operation.
You have to have won a championship to get a signed ball on the shelf above the bar at Cava Restaurant on West Street. If every sports star who visited left signed memorabilia, owner Stavros Papahristou said the restaurant would be full.
A legislative panel has approved a proposal to make it more difficult to change the New Mexico Constitution.
A Crofton woman says she tried using magic to make her lover contact her after he allegedly killed a marijuana-trafficking associate.
IRVINE, Calif. (AP) — Will Davis II led the way for UC Irvine with 17 points and seven rebounds in a 91-56 victory over NAIA San Diego Christian on Saturday night.
Details began emerging Tuesday about the horrors endured by three Cleveland women who were kidnapped and held for a decade in a run-down house with plastic bags over the windows, but researchers on abductions and sexual assault say there will be a lot of help for them and their families.
Operation Guardian, a three-year national initiative specifically targeting the country's most dangerous noncompliant sex offenders, ended Tuesday with the arrest of 345 people who failed to register with state authorities as required by law, the U.S. Marshals Service said.
The Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal at Penn State has galvanized leaders of youth sports organizations to come together to learn how to ensure such abuse doesn't happen in their ranks.