Regional Recap, January 22, 2013

| January 22, 2013
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Fans Flock For Ravens Gear. Hours after the Baltimore Ravens clinched the AFC Championship title, a Maryland T-shirt printing company got to work on new Festivus Maximus shirts that were on store shelves by Monday morning. The workers at Nightmare Graphics in Columbia started making the shirts around midnight, just a couple of hours after the Ravens sealed their spot in the Super Bowl.

Off-Duty Police Officer Arrested In Bar Incident. A Baltimore City police officer is facing charges after investigators say he pointed a gun at two men in a bar. Officials said the incident began about 2:15 a.m. Saturday when Baltimore County police were called to the Rec Room in the 500 block of York Road in response to a disturbance.

New Drug Helps Fight Advanced Breast Cancer. A new drug that’s been the subject of a clinical study is showing good results for women with advanced estrogen-sensitive breast cancer, and many oncologists are now using it as a treatment. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and through clinical studies, researchers continue to work on new medications to treat the disease.

Man Charged In Fatal Stabbing. Police charged a man Sunday in the stabbing death of his wife in Baltimore on Friday, just hours after he had been released from jail on other charges involving the victim.  Investigators said Darren Ruffin, 47, stabbed Melissa Davis, 44, during an argument in the 300 block of East North Avenue about 11:49 p.m. Friday. Davis died at the scene.

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