Hogan To Sign Bills On Public Safety, Law Enforcement Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign into law nine bills dealing with public safety and law enforcement, including one that will require police to give information about in-custody deaths to a state office. Government Wants Strict Conditions For Man Who Shot Reagan If the man who shot President Ronald Reagan is allowed to leave a mental hospital for good, he should have to live under strict conditions, wearing an ankle monitoring device and driving a car with a GPS tracking device, government lawyers said...
Debate Over Md. School Funding Continues Senate To Hold Hearings On Police Body Cameras Lawmakers And Educators Butt Heads With Gov. Hogan O’Malley Continues Unofficial Campaigning In Race For President Michelle Obama, Jill Biden Visit Maryland Veterans Center Maryland Addressing Heroin OD Problem On Multiple Fronts Former Lt. Gov. Brown Trailing In Fundraising For Congress
Police: Gray Should Have Immediately Received Medical Attention Baltimore police come forward with new video and new information about Freddie Gray's arrest. Sources: Weinstein’s Family Paid Ransom To Captors The wife of the Maryland man killed while held captive by al-Qaeda says the family is mourning a tragic loss, but is thankful for the condolences.
Baltimore Mayor: ‘We Will Find Out What Happened To Mr. Gray’ Protestors Promise Biggest Freddie Gray Rally Yet New Timeline Provides Information In Freddie Gray’s Arrest ‘American Sniper’ Controversy In College Park ‘Healthy Kids Day’ Kicks Off At YMCAs Nationwide Weekend Wine Fest. Kicks Off Sunday In Highlandtown Hubble Space Telescope Celebrates 25 Years In Orbit