Hogan Announces New Initiatives To Boost Jobs In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan has announced new initiatives aimed at boosting job creation.
14 States Sue To Allege US Failure To Enforce Smog RulesMaryland is among 14 states and the District of Columbia suing the Trump administration over allegations of failing to enforce smog rules.
No. 22 Michigan State Beats Maryland 17-7 In The SnowLJ Scott ran for 147 yards and a touchdown to lead No. 22 Michigan State to a snowy 17-7 victory over Maryland on Saturday night.
Cowan's Big Night Sparks Maryland To 79-65 Win Over ButlerMaryland held Butler to 34% shooting, outrebounded the Bulldogs 40-27, and didn't allow one fast break point.
Maryland Women Comeback Attempt Falls Short Against Defending Champ South CarolinaThe Terrapins trailed by 15 at the half and were down 71-45 with 2:20 left in the third quarter.
Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Shea Proposes Multi-billion-Dollar Education Plan Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Jim Shea has released a 21-page proposal to change Maryland's education system, starting with expanded parental care to on-the-job training.
Maryland Basketball Routs Maryland-Eastern Shore 96-43 in Home OpenerThe Terrapins shot a blistering 70% from the floor in the first half and led to a 44-18 lead at the break.
Aberdeen Council To Have Special Meeting On Stadium's FutureThe Aberdeen City Council will meet in a special session on Monday to discuss the future of Ripken Stadium.
More Witnesses In Baltimore Police Disciplinary CaseAttorneys for a Baltimore police van driver who is fighting for his job are calling more witnesses to support their client.
Commission Created For Frederick DouglassA bipartisan bill has been signed by President Donald Trump to create a commission to plan for the bicentennial anniversary of the birth of abolitionist Frederick Douglas.
State To Work With Baltimore On Transportation FundingThe city failed to submit a letter asking for funding for capital projects.
Outside Counsel Representing Maryland In Case Surrounding Airplane NoiseMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has hired a law firm to represent the state as it prepares to sue the Federal Aviation Administration.