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Stores have stocked back up on chicken, spray cleaner and paper towels, but consumers are being hit with a new and unexpected pandemic shortage, pennies, nickels and dimes.

A Baltimore Police Department sergeant assigned to the homicide unit was arrested Thursday night in Baltimore County and charged with extortion and kidnapping, officials said.

To keep Marylanders up to date with the week’s most pressing takeaways, here are five key points from The Baltimore Sun’s coronavirus coverage.

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh says Gov. Larry Hogan’s plan to hold a traditional election in November without automatically mailing ballots to all voters will have “devastating consequences.”

The majority of U.S. states levy personal income tax on residents on top of what they owe to the federal government. State governments collected $344 billion from individual income taxes in 2016, according to the Tax Policy Center, making up 27% of states’ own-source general revenue. Some states charge flat income tax rates that apply to every resident, but most states use progressive tax structures. This means that like the federal government, these states tax higher levels of income at higher state income tax rates. For people considering moving across state lines for work or after they retire, significantly higher or lower personal income tax rates can be a deciding factor. The following states have the highest and the lowest potential personal income tax rates as of Jan. 1, 2020, according to the Federation of Tax Administrators.

Two weeks before Opening Day and a week into summer camp, projecting who could make the Orioles' 30-man Opening Day roster.

Tropical Storm Fay is bringing flash flooding to Maryland’s Eastern Shore and threatening dangerous rip currents to its beaches as it moves north along the Mid-Atlantic coast Friday.

The move, short of a full pardon, is sure to alarm critics who have long railed against Trump's repeated interventions in the nation’s justice system.

Baltimore police released the body camera footage on Thursday of officers shooting a man having a behavioral crisis after he suddenly drew a weapon and pointed it at one of the officers as they spoke to him in a basement.

The latest domino fell in collegiate sports on Thursday when the Big Ten announced it would move all fall sports, including football, to a conference-only schedule for the 2020 season.

Researchers are finding that even for Black people in higher income and educational brackets, simply the stress of navigating a discriminatory world — where doctors don’t take your symptoms as seriously, or seeing a police car on your street can be frightening rather than reassuring — takes a toll on health.

Maryland health officials have fined three nursing homes for violations of the state’s rules requiring universal coronavirus testing of residents and staff, according to documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun through a public-records request.

A Catonsville developer is requesting Baltimore County establish a planned unit development to pave the way for a 164-unit multifamily apartment complex on South Rolling Road, a proposal the developer says will not lead to the traffic safety issues and school overcrowding concerns that some community members fear.

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