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“Public Enemy Number One” Found Guilty In Murders 

The man dubbed "Public Enemy Number One" is guilty of two counts of second-degree murder, six counts of attempted second-degree murder, and eight handgun counts. A jury last night convicted Darryl Anderson for his role in the murders of two women in East Baltimore two years ago. Baltimore police made Anderson Public Enemy Number One following the triple shooting and he was arrested 20 days later in Alabama. Anderson is facing life plus 400 years when he's sentenced in March. 

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Baltimore Declares Code Blue Due To Frigid Temps 

Baltimore City is declaring a "Code Blue" through tomorrow because of predicted frigid temperatures. The declaration means public and private shelters are available with extended services and there's help for those with no heat or electricity. There have been nine Code Blue days in Baltimore so far this winter, with two hypothermia-related deaths in the city. 

O'Malley Critical Of Offshore Drilling 

High School Graduation Rates Increase

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Northeast Braces for Snowstorm

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Hogan Says Budget Will Eliminate Deficit 

Governor Larry Hogan has unveiled what he calls a balanced budget that will eliminate the state's projected $ 750 million dollar structural deficit. The budget calls for a 2 percent funding reduction to state agencies, but there are no furloughs or layoffs of state workers. Hogan also says the spending plan includes record spending on K-12 education in Maryland, but no new taxes. He promises to outline proposed tax cuts in the coming weeks. 

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