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Maryland unclaimed dead become body donors

By Eliana Block Capital News Service Heather Sinclair shifted to the edge of her seat before a Maryland legislative committee. She had a hot pink streak in her hair and a point to make: “I was not going to let […]

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Maryland unclaimed dead become body donors

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By Eliana Block Capital News Service Heather Sinclair shifted to the edge of her seat before a Maryland legislative committee. She had a hot pink streak in her hair and a point to make: “I was not going to let […]

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Optician Delmar Nelson has owned Crest Opticians for 50 years. If Purple Line plans fall through, this will be his third time relocating for a capital project.

Purple Line Divided: Silver Spring businesses stuck waiting

Optician Delmar Nelson has owned Crest Opticians for 50 years. If Purple Line plans fall through, this will be his third time relocating for a capital project. This is Part

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Freddie Gray’s Death: Do you want revenge or justice?

After reading Judge Barry Williams 25-page explanation of his not guilty verdicts in the trial of Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero, it can easily be said that this is

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Bobby Neall takes on the tough jobs

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com They never seem to give Bobby Neall easy assignments. Now Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. wants the former Anne Arundel County Executive, former state senator and former

The home of Wise Lampkin, 84, who has lived in his house on Riverdale Road in Maryland for the past 20 years, and will be required to relocate to make way for the Purple Line. One house next to Lampkin’s is already demolished.

Purple Line Divided: Homeowner forced to relocate

The home of Wise Lampkin, 84, who has lived in his house on Riverdale Road in Maryland for the past 20 years, and will be required to relocate to

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Purple Line Divided: $5.6 billion light rail moving forward

This is the first part in the series "Purple Line Divided" by the Capital News Service. The $5.6 billion Purple Line light rail project is moving ahead, but not

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Tracking Your Phone: Laws starting to regulate simulator use

The final installment (Part Five) in the Capital News Service series “Tracking Your Phone” describes the changing legal landscape when it comes to StingRay and other cell phone tracker

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Tracking Your Phone: A look into the technology

Photo by Flickr user JoshuaDavisPhotography. It shows a Maryland State Police helicopter conducting a missing persons search. Cell phone simulators have been used in missing persons cases. This is Part

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Tracking Your Phone: Legal questions result in plea deals

This is Part Three in a Capital News Service series, “Tracking Your Phone.” It examines the use of cell phone simulators to track phones, a practice employed by local

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Tracking Your Phone: Secrecy surrounds technology

This is Part Two of “Tracking Your Phone,” an investigation by the Capitol News Service into secretive cell phone tracking technology. In the first installment, it detailed how Deon

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