Regional Recap, September 14, 2012

| September 14, 2012
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Leopold Attorney Seeks To Have Testimony Thrown Out. A lawyer for the Anne Arundel County Executive is asking to throw out new testimony alleging gender discrimination against John Leopold. The motion, obtained by the 11 News I-Team, called the recent lawsuit “immaterial and impertinent.” Attorney Linda Thatcher attacked the new claims, saying they “contain only sensationalized allegations about irrelevant matters and double hearsay.”

Nation Says Goodbye To Moonwalker Neil Armstrong. The nation bid farewell Thursday to Neil Armstrong, the first man to take a giant leap on to the moon. The powerful of Washington, the pioneers of space and the everyday public crowded into the Washington National Cathedral for a public interfaith memorial for the very private astronaut.

Machado Magic: Os Tied For First Again. Manny Machado blooped an RBI single barely ahead of left fielder Matt Joyce’s desperate drive with two outs in the 14th inning and the Baltimore Orioles beat Tampa Bay 3-2 Thursday, completing a three-game sweep and remaining atop the AL East. With their 81st victory – and 13th in a row in extra innings – the Orioles formally ended a franchise-record run of 14 consecutive losing seasons.

Harford County Mourns Third Deputy To Die Within A Week. Harford County sheriff’s officer suffered a heart attack while attending a funeral for a fellow officer, and he later died, officials said. Harford County sheriff’s Sgt. Ian Loughran, 43, unknowingly suffered symptoms of a heart attack Wednesday during funeral services for Cpl. Charles Licato, who died last Thursday in a car crash. Loughran died at his home overnight Thursday.

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