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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Maryland budget analysts say the state's deficit is about $1.6 billion. Members of the state's nonpartisan Department of Legislative Services gave lawmakers a briefing on the state's budget situation yesterday in Annapolis.

GLEN BURNIE, Md. (AP) Anne Arundel fire officials have found two bodies after controlling a blaze at a Glen Burnie warehouse. Firefighters called to the warehouse yesterday morning found heavy fire through the roof and the bodies of the two people inside.

BALTIMORE (AP) Maryland's attorney general says investigators do not believe former Gov. Robert Ehrlich or his staff were aware of Election Day robocalls that allegedly aimed to dissuade Democratic voters from going to the polls. Doug Gansler made the comments yesterday in Baltimore.

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