Holocaust Survivor Dies Before Maryland Reparations Hearing A Holocaust survivor has died days before giving testimony on a reparations bill. The bill says the state should enter into contracts with companies associated with the Holocaust only if reparations are made. Congressman: Feds To Investigate Maryland’s Health Exchange First a troubled rollout, now a federal investigation into Maryland's healthcare exchange.
Gov. O’Malley Derides Tea Party, Urges Unity Md. Could Become 1st State To Ban Energy Drinks To Minors Committee Approves Marijuana Decriminalization Md. House Approves Minimum Wage Hike Md. House Passes Needle Exchange Expansion Md. Senate Panel Makes Budget Decisions Court Won’t Reconsider Bail Counsel Requirement
Father Involved In Amber Alert Waives Extradition From South Carolina Police say Caitlyn Virts is glad to be home and her father is speaking to detectives about her abduction. He was on the FBI's Most Wanted list before police took him into custody and rescued Caitlyn over the weekend. AACo. Police Search For Suspect Who Set Off Explosion In Movie Theater The search is on for the person who set off fireworks inside a crowded movie theater at Arundel Mills. Moviegoers panicked thinking the loud blast was a gunshot.
Federal Protective Service SUV Flips In Baltimore Bikers Ride Into Baltimore To Honor Those Lost At Sandy Hook Holocaust Survivor Dies Before Maryland Reparations Hearing Ravens’ Ngata Fuels Up With Kids To Make Them Their Best School Closed After Deer Break In Congressman: Feds To Investigate Maryland’s Health Exchange Harford County Man Injured During Flash Fire