Michelle Obama, Jill Biden Visit Maryland Veterans Center Wayne Miller was 18 when he lost his leg and became temporarily paralyzed after being hit by a mortar round during the Vietnam War. Maryland Addressing Heroin OD Problem On Multiple Fronts Maryland's rising rate of fatal heroin overdoses might not have one cure, but lawmakers and activists are hoping a combination of actions will be a step in the right direction.
Former Lt. Gov. Brown Trailing In Fundraising For Congress Ex-Delegate Ordered To Pay $92K In Boating Accident Rep. Donna Edwards Endorsed By 7 Local Officials Lt. Governor To Attend Drug Emergency Task Force Summit Lawmakers, Governor Reflect On Session & Which Bills Made The Cut Md. Lawmakers Approve Mandated Full Funding For GCEI Shield Bill Passes General Assembly, Offers Second Chances
DC’s Crime Museum To Host CSI Summer Camp For Kids DC's Crime Museum will hold a CSI Summer Camp in July. The camp will provide morning, afternoon, full-day and one-day sessions. Police: Man Dies In Custody, Taser Used During Arrest Police in Western Maryland are pledging to investigate a man’s death during an arrest. He died after being tased by officers, who say he had broken into a home with four young girls inside.
Census Bureau Shooting Suspect Charged With Murder Youth Group Leader Arrested For Child Porn In Cockeysville Gyrocopter Landing Exposes Major Weaknesses In National Security Investigation Underway After Body Found In Harford Co. DOJ To Conduct 18-Month Review Of Baltimore Police Dept. Catholic University’s Student Leaders Vote To Allow License To Carry Police: 4-Year-Old Boy’s Wheelchair Stolen, Another To Be Donated