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    BALTIMORE (AP) Baltimore police say a man became distraught as a doctor briefed on his mother's condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital and shot the doctor. The man later shot and killed himself and his mother in her hospital room.

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Maryland revenue estimates have been revised upward by $88.6 million for fiscal year 2011. The Board of Revenue Estimates today revised the state's general fund revenue estimate to $13.1 billion for fiscal year 2011.

    WASHINGTON (AP) Delaware's GOP Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell is scheduled to speak at the conservative Family Research Council's fifth annual Values Voter Summit in Washington. The chairman of the group's political action committee, Tony Perkins, says O'Donnell will speak at the event tomorrow afternoon.

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) The main reason Maryland is undefeated after two games is the same reason the Terrapins lost three of four last September. Defense. The Terps should get a much better indication of the defense's progress Saturday against Number 21 West Virginia on the road.

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    Making Art Off The Grid: A Month-Long Residency At A Remote National Park

    Filmmakers Carter McCormick and Paula Sprenger recently wrapped up a month as artists-in-residence at Dry Tortugas National Park, 70 miles west of Key West. No phone, TV, Internet or other people.

    After A Long Day Of Fighting Climate Change, This Grain Is Ready For A Beer

    Kernza is a kind of grassy wheat that traps more carbon in the soil than crops like wheat and rice. Now, a West Coast brewery is using the grain in its new beer called Long Root Ale.

    As Democrats Eye Senate Control, GOP Likely To Hold Slim House Majority

    Democrats need a wave election to win the 30 seats they need to flip the House. But even with Hillary Clinton gaining in polls, Republicans are likely to hold onto their House majority, albeit a slimmer one.

    Google Fiber Won't Accept Any New Cities For Its Superfast Internet Network

    Google says it will honor its existing commitments to support or deploy gigabit-speed Internet. But it's scaling back the work on fiber optics to focus on "new technology and deployment methods."

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