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Regional Recap, April 6, 2012

| April 06, 2012, 09:05 AM | 0 Comments

Woman Claims She Misplaced MegaMillions Ticket. A woman who claims to have the winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Maryland claimed Thursday to have lost the ticket, according to WBAL-TV 11’s NBC sister station, WRC-TV, in Washington, D.C. Mirlande Wilson has claimed she has the winning Mega Millions ticket worth $105 million. At a press conference held at her attorney’s office Wednesday, Wilson not only kept the ticket out of sight, but she also declined comment.A day later, Wilson was willing to talk — but still didn’t produce a winning ticket.

Person Found Fatally Shot In Glen Burnie. A person was shot in Glen Burnie Thursday afternoon, according to investigators in Anne Arundel County. County police said officers were sent to a house in the 1500 block of Furnace Avenue at about 3 p.m. Thursday.Police said one person was found dead as a result of a gunshot wound. The person’s name was not immediately released.Detectives are questioning a person in the investigation, and said it appears the incident may be isolated.

Senators Offer Compromise In Budget Talks.  Senate negotiators involved in reconciling budget proposals with members of the House offered a late-breaking development late Thursday afternoon that would accept portions of the House plans with regard to shifting teacher pensions to local jurisdictions and raising the state income tax.

Watermen Say Crab Season Off To Good Start. Maryland, it’s crab season.And area watermen say it’s off to a good start, said 11 News reporter Nadia Ramdass.While area crabbers usually wait until the water gets warmer before they go after crabs, some are already dipping into the Chesapeake Bay.Jesse Lowers at Lowers Crab Shack & Fish Market has already been harvesting Maryland’s favorite food. “Our first Maryland crabs of the season came out of our pots yesterday.

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