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FORT WASHINGTON, Md. (AP) A body found in the trunk of a car in Maryland is that of a 22-year-old man who had been reported missing. A Prince George's County police spokesman says a state medical examiner confirmed the identification of Maurice Bynum. Authorities don't know yet how Bynum died.

BALTIMORE (AP) Libraries and homeless services were among the topics mentioned last night before Howard County Executive Ken Ulman at his public budget hearing. Ulman is scheduled to announce his budget proposals next month. The county is dealing with limited revenue after two years of cuts.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) House lawmakers are scheduled to take up a bill to increase the bonding authority of the University System of Maryland. The measure would increase the bonding authority of the system by $200 million from $1.2 billion to $1.4 billion.

BALTIMORE (AP) The Constellation is heading back to Baltimore's Inner Harbor following repairs for rot caused by rainwater. The historic warship is expect to leave dry dock Monday in nearby Sparrows Point and head back with the submarine Torsk, which also has been undergoing repair.

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