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Mike Gimbel, a local runner who has run the marathon eight times, said today's explosions hit the most crowded portion of the course. Click here for video of the explosions.
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The 28-19 vote helps Gov. Martin O'Malley's top legislative priority avoid a conference committee some believed would kill the legislation.
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The amended bill, passed by a 78-61 vote, will go back to the Senate and possibly a conference committee.
The Maryland Court of Appeals rules that people convicted of sex crimes prior to 2009 do not have to register with the state.
Hundreds head to Annapolis to testify for and against a package of bills that would tighten gun regulations in Maryland.
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The legislative package also includes bills regarding offshore wind, expansion of early voting and allowing voters to register and vote on the same day.
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National Hurricane Center forecasters caution the public to not underestimate Hurricane Sandy based on its storm category or projections on where it will come ashore.
Federal officials say the slow moving storm will cause problems over large part of the East Coast through the middle of the week.
Court action delays changes to state's law that would have gone into effect next week until a hearing in October.
Civil liberties group says it supports the technology but has privacy concerns about how long the collected information is stored.
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