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Annapolis, MD, United States

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Past articles by Brandi:

Anne Arundel police: Laurel woman, unborn baby killed after she was shot by another passenger in car

A Laurel woman who was about five months pregnant was fatally shot Wednesday night while riding in a car with her boyfriend and another person, who told police he accidentally fired the gun that killed her. → Read More

Anne Arundel firefighters put out fire at Crofton townhouse that originated at a wood stove

Anne Arundel County firefighters put out a fire Sunday at a townhouse in Crofton that originated around a wood stove, the department said in a news release. → Read More

19 people transported after tree falls on garage in Pasadena, fire officials say

Nineteen people were transported to area hospitals after a tree fell Sunday evening into a Pasadena garage that had about 20 people inside, fire officials said. → Read More

Annapolis police identify man who died Friday after they believe he jumped from Spa Creek Bridge

Police said John Grider, 33, of Chevy Chase, jumped from the bridge, and around 1:27 a.m., officers, the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County fire departments and Coast Guard responded. → Read More

Gov. Hogan proclaims June 28 Freedom of the Press Day in honor of Capital Gazette shooting victims

Gov. Larry Hogan proclaimed Sunday Freedom of the Press Day in honor of the five Capital Gazette employees murdered two years ago to the day in 2018. → Read More

South River High investigates racist social media posts about police killing of George Floyd

Anne Arundel County Public Schools are investigating recent social media posts about the death of a black man in Minneapolis the principal of South River High described as reflecting “racist, intolerant, and hate-filled ideals.” → Read More

Tim Adams wins Bowie mayoral race

Tim Adams will be the next mayor of the Bowie, according to city election results. → Read More

Three people injured in Brooklyn Park shooting

Three people sustained non-life threatening injuries in a Brooklyn Park shooting Saturday, Anne Arundel County police said. → Read More

Millersville man dies in three-vehicle crash

A Millersville man died in a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Millersville, Anne Arundel County police said. → Read More

Severn fire displaces 15 people, sends two firefighters to the hospital

Fifteen people have been displaced and two firefighters transported to the hospital after a fire in Severn early Monday, fire officials said. → Read More

Knife-wielding man shot by officer on Route 50 Friday is a Prince George's volunteer firefighter, his department says

Prince George's fire officials say the man wielding a knife who was shot by an Anne Arundel County officer is a volunteer firefighter with their department. → Read More

How every piece of legislation sponsored by Anne Arundel lawmakers fared in the 2019 General Assembly

he 2019 legislative session wrapped up late Monday night sparing the last 30 minutes of Sine Die for a joint session to honor House Speaker Mike Busch who died Sunday. See how legislation put forth by Anne Arundel County representatives fared before the close of session. → Read More

I give for Wendi: Donating blood for the first time in five years

I’ve only donated blood once before and hadn’t planned to again, but Saturday I gave for Wendi. → Read More

Co-workers remember man who was fatally stabbed in Frederick

Upon hearing that Brian Mario Graves had died after a downtown Frederick stabbing, his co-workers at BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse gathered to honor and remember him. → Read More

Catania wins Middletown council election in possibly closest race in more than 24 years

MIDDLETOWN — Thomas Catania came out three votes ahead of incumbent Commissioner Anthony Ventre in the election for Middletown’s governing body Monday. → Read More

‘Walking Dead’ and ‘Terminator Genisys’ actresses teach acting workshop in Frederick

Actress Ann Mahoney led a group of 10 people across the floor of Tuscarora High School’s drama room Wednesday night as they stomped their feet. → Read More

Three displaced after fire in Frederick apartment complex

One adult and two children were displaced after an unattended candle caused an apartment fire Monday afternoon in Frederick, said Battalion Chief Kevin Fox, spokesman for the Frederick County Division → Read More

Thurmont community rooting for teenager who is in a coma

Wyatt Black outlived a doctor’s prognosis as an infant. Now, as a teenager, he’s fighting a dire illness. → Read More

Librarian from New Market comes in third on 'Jeopardy'

Former New Market resident Amanda Darby finished third on “Jeopardy” after the final category about “The Nobel Physics Prize” stumped the English major. → Read More

Librarian who grew up in Frederick County to be on 'Jeopardy' tonight

As a librarian, Amanda Darby doesn’t know what she’ll be researching from one customer to the next – from education in Ghana to quadratic equations. → Read More