Regional Recap, November 23, 2011

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Woman Killed In Glen Burnie Crash.  A woman died after a Glen Burnie crash that sent her car barreling into the front yard of a home, and another person was seriously injured.Anne Arundel County police said Wilda Scott, 67, of Glen Burnie, was trying to cross three lanes of traffic about 11 a.m. Tuesday on Crain Highway at Madison Park Drive when she was struck by a pickup truck.The impact sent Scott’s Honda Civic 200 feet off the road and into the yard of a home facing the highway.

Suspect In Custody In Glen Burnie Murder. The suspect in a fatal shooting outside a Glen Burnie restaurant is in custody. Anne Arundel County police said Cornelius Keith Johnson, 24, of Baltimore, has been charged with first-degree murder.Police said Johnson reported Friday to the Baltimore County Detention Center to serve a weekend sentence on an unrelated charge. He’s now being held without bail at the Jennifer Road Detention Center.

20 Injured In School Bus Crash. More than 20 people are being treated for injuries after a three-vehicle collision involving a school bus in southern Maryland.Police said the man who caused the crash has since been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.Maryland State Police said shortly before 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, a pickup truck tried to make a left turn at the intersection of Budds Creek Road and Mechanicsville Road in Chaptico and ran into an oncoming car.

Reality TV Coming to BWI. Reality television has arrived at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.11 News reporter Lowell Melser said camera crews will be filming a reality series on Southwest Airlines over the next several months. The series will appear on The Learning Channel, Melser said, and taping will occur through February. Melser said there was a buzz Tuesday in the Southwest terminal at BWI, as passers-by wanted to know what was going on.

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