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    Sunbury Daily Item

    Crab crisis: Maryland seafood industry loses 40 percent of work force in visa lottery
    Sunbury Daily Item
    They failed to get visas for their mostly Mexican work force, including many women who have been coming north to Maryland for crab season for as long as two decades. The Trump administration for the first time awarded them this year in a lottery ...

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    The Diamondback

    Kevin Huerter's chances of leaving Maryland increased after the NBA Combine
    The Diamondback
    Maryland basketball's Kevin Huerter and Bruno Fernando have until May 30 to decide whether they will enter the NBA Draft or stay in College Park. And after the NBA Draft ... May return to try and be a lottery pick next year. https://t.co/t2Mb5e9fFi ...

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    INSIDER

    Maryland man with two birthdays played the lottery with both and won $1.9 million jackpot
    INSIDER
    People who play the lottery often choose numbers that have some special significance to them. Whether it's their own birthday, an anniversary date, or the day a child was born, many consider them meaningful or even "lucky" numbers. For one Maryland man ...
    Maryland man with 2 birthdates hits $1.9M jackpotInquirer.net

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    WJLA

    Maryland crab houses lose 40 percent of workers due to Trump visa lottery
    WJLA
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has written to the secretaries of homeland security and labor asking the federal government "take immediate action" and raise the visa cap. The industry expects another lottery for 15,000 more visas to be announced this month.
    Maryland crab industry loses nearly half of workforce in visa lotteryThe Hill
    Maryland seafood trade workforce nearly halved by lotterySeattle Times
    Maryland visa shortage could lead to higher picked crab pricesDelmarva Daily Times
    Baltimore Sun
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    UPI.com

    Man discovers $5000 lottery prize was actually $50000
    UPI.com
    May 16 (UPI) -- A Maryland man who thought he had won a $5,000 lottery prize said his $50,000 jackpot is a reminder to scratch the whole ticket. Solomon Zewudie of Oxon Hill told Maryland Lottery officials he was overjoyed when he scratched off the ...


    Baltimore Post-Examiner

    The State of Affairs of the Maryland Gambling Industry
    Baltimore Post-Examiner
    In the U.S. at large, gambling is dominated by powerhouses like Las Vegas and Atlantic City that have long drawn visitors to their sprawling casinos doubling as entertainment complexes. The economic possibilities and potential drawbacks of the casino ...


    Charleston Gazette-Mail

    WV Lottery revenue continues climb, with sports betting on horizon
    Charleston Gazette-Mail
    Lottery Commission staff is working to have draft rules and regulations for sports betting ready to go out for public comment within 30 days, Larrick said. He said Lottery officials have been working with gambling regulators in Nevada, where sports ...

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    Baltimore Sun

    As Terps' Huerter and Fernando weigh NBA draft decisions, here are some pros and cons to consider
    Baltimore Sun
    Huerter has never been “The Man” at Maryland, having played a subordinate role as a freshman when Trimble was a junior and then sharing it last season with fellow sophomore Anthony Cowan Jr. If he returns to College Park, there is no doubt who should ...
    NBA Draft 2018 - SBNation.comSB Nation
    Luka Doncic leads Real Madrid to Euroleague title, will reveal NBA decision 'soon'ESPN

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    Voice of America

    Lack of Guest Workers Worries Maryland Crab Businesses
    Voice of America
    Olivia Rubio is a seasonal worker on Hooper's Island in the eastern state of Maryland. She does the difficult work of processing crabs, picking the meat from the sharp shells by hand and putting it into containers. The valuable seafood is sold across ...


    Patch.com

    Ravens Food Cost, VenomMan Guilty, Cal Ripken's Home: Top MD News
    Patch.com
    A Netflix series about teen suicide is out and school districts are warning parents about the program; the Baltimore Ravens are cutting the price of concessions to draw fans; and a former Baltimore bishop brought a new twist to the royal wedding ceremony.