Regional Recap, November 27, 2009

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Regional News From WBAL-TVwbaltv

Family Wants Answers In Activist’s Death. A Baltimore family is searching for answers after a 21 year-old relative is shot to death while walking his dog. The shooting happened just feet from Angelo Dangerfield’s home in Cherry Hill.By all accounts, Dangerfield was doing everything right — volunteering his time, taking part in a job training program. His family said he was even mentored by Martin O’Malley.

Howard County Police Search For Store Groper.  Police are hoping a sketch of a man accused of fondling a girl in a department store will get them one step closer to his capture. Howard County officers said the man fondled the 14-year-old girl and exposed himself to her at the Kohl’s store on Montgomery Road.

Dixon Trial Forces City To Mandate Gift Card Policy.  Before a verdict in the theft trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon has even been reached, officials are already working on changing some of the ways City Hall does business. The city said it plans to make changes directly related to the gift card issue uncovered during the case and how widespread the lack of oversight is when it comes to city gifts.

Bea Gaddy Holiday Meal Falls Short On Food. Thousands of struggling Marylanders are to receive a hearty Thanksgiving meal thanks to Bea Gaddy Center volunteers. Yet, this year the Bea Gaddy Thanks for Giving meal is struggling with challenges, too.

John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind behind the 2002 sniper killings, is put to death in Jarratt, Va

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