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Maryland police are investigating after dozens of fliers promoting the Ku Klux Klan were found in a neighborhood. The Capital Gazette reports that a dog-walker first reported the 30 to 40 fliers on Saturday in people's front yards in Glen Burnie. Anne Arundel County Police described the fliers as KKK propaganda. Police spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure said the flier's contents are highly offensive but may be covered under freedom of speech protections. Still, police are examining surveillance video in an attempt to discover the source. [Read More]
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Anne Arundel County's new head prosecutor will lead on the Capital Gazette shooting case, she said Saturday, following her transition back into the role she held in 2014. [Read More]
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One of the victims of the Capital Gazette was honored during this year's Veterans Classic. [Read More]
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Tribune Publishing announces newsrooms to shrink five months after five employees were killed at The Capital Gazette in Maryland. [Read More]
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CBS Sports Network will air a tribute to late Capital Gazette sports writer John McNamara during its coverage tonight of the Veterans Classic at the Naval... [Read More]
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The first responders at an active assailant workshop in Annapolis on Thursday didn't have to look far for examples to learn from - there was the Capital Gazette shooting in June, the Rite Aid shooting in Harford County in September and on Wednesday the nightclub shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif. [Read More]
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Former Capital Gazette reporter and editor John McNamara will be remembered during the Veterans Classic, an event he covered for three years. [Read More]
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Former Capital Gazette reporter and editor John McNamara will be remembered during the Veterans Classic, an event he covered for three years. [Read More]
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The University of Maryland's Philip Merrill School of Journalism has established a scholarship specifically for aspiring sportswriters that will be named in honor of former Capital Gazette reporter and editor John McNamara. [Read More]
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