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At the second annual Conference on Combatting Human Trafficking, the governor noted inter-agency cooperation was key to success.
Patch brings you some of the week's more unusual headlines from around Maryland.
Police & Fire
Chiquita Sketers will be sentenced in July.
Business, Local Connections
Kelli Myers' store on Main Street in Ellicott City is expanding and will soon offer furniture restoration classes.
Lawyers say the 16-year-old honor student was shown "intoxicated" in a video with her accused killer, according to news reports.
The utility says heavy rain and wind in the next few days may lead to outages in central Maryland.
Police say a 37-year-old Windsor Mill man inappropriately touched three students.
Howard County police released the following cause of death of the two 19-year-olds who died in the train derailment.
Hundreds attend event in Ellicott City.
Train carrying coal derailed on the Main Street bridge around 11:45 p.m. Monday, and officials say 21 cars were involved.
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