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    BALTIMORE (AP) A 28-year-old Baltimore man has been charged with stabbing at least eight people, killing one of them, at a high school reunion. A fight broke out inside the Patapsco Arena where Walbrook High School alumni were gathered for a reunion Friday night and a police spokesman says one man went on a ``stabbing rampage.''

    CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) University of Maryland researchers are preparing to spend this week on the Gulf of Mexico assessing the impact of the BP oil spill.The team from the school's Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge will collect day west of the Mississippi and then along the Louisiana coast.

    BALTIMORE (AP) A judge will allow prosecutors to present DNA evidence linking a suspect to the fatal shooting of a former Baltimore city councilman. The attorney for one of the young men on trial for the slaying of Kenneth Harris argued that police obtained his client's DNA under false pretenses.

    (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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    Remembering The Maryland Roots Of An American Gospel Legend

    Rev. Charles Albert Tindley is considered one of the founding fathers of American Gospel Music, and at least one historian in Berlin, Maryland, would like to hear more about his Maryland roots.

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    Sweet Deal? Chocolatier Lindt Buys Russell Stover

    The purchase would make the combined company the No. 3 chocolate maker in North America. The deal's value is estimated at around $1.5 billion.
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    Maryland's Andy Harris Defends Move To Block D.C. Marijuana Bill

    The Maryland Republican Congressman who moved to block a bill that would decriminalize marijuana in D.C. defended his actions and criticized the move to boycott businesses in his district, which includes popular tourist destination Ocean City.

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    Looking For Free Sperm, Women May Turn To Online Forums

    Bypassing commercial sperm banks, thousands are logging on to websites where women can connect with men at no cost. Anecdotes abound, but the scope of the unregulated activity is unclear.

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