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The Hartford CourantSteven J. Hatfill, the microbiologist at the center of the FBI's anthrax investigation, has been working as part of an $11.5 million government-funded program to train police and firefighters in the event of a bioterrorism attack. Hatfill, 48, who in...
Sun StaffButtressed by a jolly entourage of campaign staff and volunteers, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Kennedy Townsend boarded a large blue bus in Baltimore yesterday morning and headed deep into Republican country. But the daylong tour of...
The Hartford CourantFBI anthrax investigators are turning up the heat on former Army bioterrorism scientist Steven Hatfill, searching his Maryland apartment for a third time Thursday and questioning students who attended an African medical school with Hatfill 20 years ago....
Tags: Guerrilla Activity, Armed Forces, Ohio, Ocala, Defense
Sun StaffState health officials said yesterday that three dead crows in Baltimore County have tested positive for West Nile virus, bringing the total for Maryland this year to 109. The first crow to test positive in the county this year was found in the 6300...
Tags: Catonsville, Baltimore County, Death, Maryland, Pikesville
The man at the center of the FBI probe of last fall's anthrax attacks launched a public campaign this weekend proclaiming his innocence and trying to quell what he described as a humiliating ``feeding frenzy'' for information about his personal life. But...
The Hartford CourantOn the heels of the first big break in the anthrax investigation in months -- the discovery of a New Jersey mailbox where the anthrax-laced letters may have been mailed -- federal agents Tuesday blanketed the area flashing a picture of the man they have...
Sun StaffThe drought that has parched Maryland for nearly a year now, browning lawns, wilting crops and draining Baltimore's reservoirs, is deepening to historic proportions. The past 11 1/2 months has been the driest September-to-mid-August period in Baltimore...
Sun StaffTwo Frederick County horses have been euthanized and a Howard County emu chick died after all three developed symptoms that have since been linked to the West Nile virus. The cases are the first West Nile viral infections in horses reported in Maryland...
Sun StaffThink about it from the cow's point of view. Most comfortable at 50 degrees or cooler, she has to lug her 1,400 pounds through those 95-degree afternoons that have been so common this summer. Her owner is afraid the wells will run dry so he has stopped...
Tags: Farms, Death, Family, Baltimore Weather, Maryland
The Hartford CourantFive months after the deadly anthrax letters were mailed last fall, FBI investigators finally got around to subpoenaing laboratories that worked with the Ames strain used in the attacks. But when the labs started to send their samples to the U.S. Army...
Sun StaffShowing they want more moderate county leadership, Carroll Republicans voted out conservative county commissioners Robin Bartlett Frazier and Donald I. Dell and nominated a slate of three candidates led by former newspaper editor and columnist Dean L....
Tags: Republican Party, Politics, Mount Airy, Sykesville, Water Supply
Courant Staff WritersIneligible for financial aid to victims of Sept. 11 and angry over signs that an Army lab may have unwittingly provided the anthrax that killed her husband last fall, the widow of a Florida tabloid editor is exploring a lawsuit against the federal...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Politics, Texas, Justice System, Lawyers
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