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Sun StaffLawyers for Carlton Dotson, the Eastern Shore man accused of killing his former Baylor University basketball teammate, have little chance of blocking his extradition to Texas, legal experts said yesterday. In Maryland, the grounds for battling...
Sun StaffDelaware officials said they found no new cases of the potentially devastating avian influenza yesterday - but that was little comfort to farmers in the poultry-intensive Delmarva peninsula, who are isolating themselves in an effort to keep their...
From Staff And Wire ReportsDOVER, Del. - After an outbreak of avian influenza was discovered at a Delaware farm, state authorities have tested several nearby facilities but have not released the results. Scientists will not release the results of a first round of tests until a...
Tags: Death, Agriculture, Farms, Bird Flu, Maryland
Sun StaffDOVER, Del. - Delmarva chicken farmers appear to have dodged a bullet: Tests released yesterday show no spread of the avian influenza discovered in Delaware on a southern Kent County farm. Now state officials are trying to stamp out negative economic...
Sun StaffIn one awful span of five days, messengers in crisp dress uniforms have brought the war in Iraq to Maryland's doorstep, delivering grim news to the families of four slain soldiers. Their faces - smiling, or stoic, too young all of them - are haunting in...
A partial list of those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks or still unaccounted for. American Airlines Flight 11 Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into World Trade Center CREW: John Ogonowski, 52, Dracut, Mass., captain Thomas McGuinness, 42,...
Special To The SunThe Eastern Shore and art? To most outsiders, that usually means only one thing: ducks. Duck paintings. Duck sculptures. Duck decoys. But look beyond the surface and you'll discover a region that's redefining itself -- quite rightly -- as a serious arts...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Borrowing a green Army camouflage jacket as a shield against the rain, Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend toured the damaged Pentagon yesterday, thanking Maryland National Guardsmen who have helped provide security there since the terrorist...
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