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OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) A 62-pound golden tilefish that might be a Maryland record nearly jerked an angler out of his boat when the fish bit. Steve Doctor says he was fishing with boat captain Chris Mizurak about 60 miles off the coast of his hometown, Ocean City, near the Baltimore Canyon.

BALTIMORE (AP) Officials at the Port of Baltimore say cruise ship traffic is up this year. Port officials say 60 cruises have sailed so far this year, up from 27 last year. And they say a total of 81 cruises are expected to depart this year, breaking the record of 60 cruises set in 2004. Next year, 92 cruises are scheduled.

CLINTON, Md. (AP) Dan Snyder says his Washington Redskins have "let everyone down." In a rare, in-season interview with reporters, Snyder said at a charity event that the team is embarrassed by its two-and-five start and hopes to turn things around soon.

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