Race For Baltimore Mayor In Spotlight After Dixon Declares Candidacy Baltimore's 2016 election is suddenly getting attention, as former mayor Sheila Dixon declares herself a candidate, running against incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in the Democratic primary race for mayor. Mikulski, Other Top Officials Exchanged Emails With Clinton Through Private Address Senior Obama administration and other top officials knew as early as 2009 that Hillary Rodham Clinton was using a private email address for her government correspondence.
Valerie Ervin Says She’s Running For Congress Md. Governor Larry Hogan Chemo Treatment Underway Prayer Vigil Held As Governor Hogan Begins Chemotherapy Rep. Cummings: ‘Not Enough’ To Take Down Confederate Flag Supporters Gather In Edgewater As Hogan Begins Cancer Treatment Supreme Court Extends Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide Cardin, U.S. Senate Delegation To Cuba Ahead Of Embassies
9-Year-Old Boy Dies From Beating Over Birthday Cake Investigators say he was handcuffed and beaten for taking a slice of birthday cake without permission. Now a nine-year-old Hagerstown boy has died, his mother's boyfriend is behind bars and police are considering more charges in the case. Bill Cosby Admits To Giving Women Quaaludes After years of denial, an admission from Bill Cosby. Court documents Bill Cosby wanted to keep secret have been made public.
Maryland Casinos Generate $91.4M Revenue In June Baltimore Police Announce Series Of Arrests In Shootings, Homicides Community Leaders Hope To Revive City Post Riots With ‘The Baltimore Act’ Hogan Administration Adds $1 Million In Funding For Youth Jobs Program Marylanders Thrilled By US Victory In World Cup Governor Makes First Public Appearance Since Revealing Cancer Diagnosis Police: No Indication Of Shooter On Walter Reed’s Campus