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Police & Fire
A 35-year-old man lost his life early Tuesday morning changing a friend's tire.
The Capitol Heights woman reported her children were abducted when her car was stolen, police said.
Government, Police & Fire
There are 308,000 Maryland residents without power and there have been two storm-related deaths.
Prince George's County fire officials are reporting Hurricane Sandy damage in Upper Marlboro.
First responders and other vehicles will also have to abide by the 45 mph limit.
State police urge motorists to stay off the roads as much as possible.
Schools are closed as are county and federal offices, WMATA, MARC and early voting. The most up-to-date information about Frankenstorm and how it will affect you.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Business
National Hurricane Center forecasters caution the public to not underestimate Hurricane Sandy based on its storm category or projections on where it will come ashore.
Federal officials say the slow moving storm will cause problems over large part of the East Coast through the middle of the week.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
Baltimore Gas & Electric officials say the crews will join "thousands" of their workers.
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