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» Fight over fate of Uber in Maryland heating up
A battle is brewing over the fate of Uber in Maryland, with two competing ideas proposed for how the ride-hailing Goliath could operate legally within the state's shifting transportation marketplace.







» Police bring latest 'Public Enemy No. 1' into custody
Baltimore Police captured a man dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" on Friday night, thanking residents who had provided numerous tips that had police just steps behind him for the last couple of days.







» Congress OKs deal to avoid shutdown at Homeland Security
Congress voted late Friday to approve a one-week funding extension for the Department of Homeland Security, narrowly avoiding a shutdown while setting up the possibility of another battle over immigration in coming days.







» For Terps senior Dez Wells, a season of maturation continues vs. Michigan
The story of Dez Wells, once uncertain, seems headed for a happy ending. The legacy the Maryland men's basketball team's senior leader hoped to leave when he arrived here 21/2 years ago now appears solid, his place in the program's history secure.

» Congress tries 1-week stopgap bill to keep Homeland Security open
Congress struggled late into the night Friday to avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department, as leaders in both political parties worked to outmaneuver House conservatives furious that the legislation left President Barack Obama's immigration policy intact.







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» Ravens cut Chris Canty, save $2.66 million against salary cap
The Ravens cut veteran defensive end Chris Canty on Friday morning, a transaction that saves the team $2.66 million against the salary cap.







» Former Bears QB Josh McCown signs with Browns
Josh McCown is headed for Cleveland. The 35-year-old quarterback agreed to a three-year contract with the Browns on Friday evening, a deal his agent Mike McCartney announced on Twitter.







» Ravens agree to two-year deal with defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi, sources say
The Ravens have reached a two-year agreement in principle with veteran defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi, according to league sources.







» Ravens are $3.899 million under salary cap after cutting Chris Canty, Jacoby Jones
The Ravens are still contending with a tight salary-cap situation as they attempt to restructure the contracts of veteran defensive tackle Haloti Ngata $16 million) and cornerback Lardarius Webb ($12 million).







» Adrian Amos' NFL draft diary: Chapter Four
Editor's note: As Penn State free safety Adrian Amos gets ready for the NFL draft, the former Calvert Hall standout will be sharing details about his preparations with Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson. The 6-foot, 218-pound All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention selection has been...







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» Another snow day means shorter spring break likely for Carroll students
Carroll County Public Schools were closed for a seventh day this academic year because of the weather on Thursday, despite less than an inch of snow having fallen. And if a proposal is approved by the school board during the March meeting, spring break will be at least two days shorter than had...







» Westminster man found guilty of burglarizing neighbors' homes
A Westminster man convicted of burglary will be held until a sentencing hearing in April to allow time for him to make arrangements for substance abuse treatment.







» Man charged with possession of cocaine
A Baltimore man is charged with possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute after police found a bag of the suspected drug on him while serving a search warrant at a home in Taneytown.







» Commissioners soften stance on property taxes
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners has amended one of its governing principles to allow for the possibility of raising property taxes.







» Commissioners adopt master plan after years of consideration
The process to outline the future economic, residential and agricultural development of Carroll County that began in 2009 is finally complete.







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