A man serving a 100-year prison term for drowning a woman in a bathtub has been sentenced to 30 years for killing his cellmate.
The first specialty clinic for medical marijuana opened in Annapolis in June and has seen more than 100 prospective patients — even though the Maryland Medical Cannabis Program isn’t expected to be operational for another year.
A suspect involved in multiple vehicle thefts is arrested after police say he was tracked from an iPad he had previously stolen.
Annapolis Police say a man whose iPad was stolen from his car tracked the device and gave the information to officers, who found the device and a suspect.
For some Marylanders, crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is routine. It can be a nuisance too, for those headed to the beach for the weekend when heavy traffic delays their arrival.
Maryland activists for civil rights and police reform urged a panel of lawmakers Thursday to take stronger action to increase police accountability, and they criticized lawmakers for not going far enough this year.
Maryland’s transportation secretary says he believes a light rail in the suburbs of Washington will be built to meet more cost-effective stipulations.
Could parts of Maryland be underwater in the next few years? Some scientists warn the state is one of the most vulnerable to climate change, with sea levels rising rapidly, especially in the Chesapeake Bay.
The Maryland Board of Public Works is scheduled to consider abolishing 63 positions in the state’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
The former chairman of an education funding commission in Maryland is running for Congress.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is steering voters to Governor Chris Christie. The New Jersey Republican was in Annapolis Wednesday, where Hogan endorsed Christie’s 2016 presidential bid.
A longtime Annapolis recording technician has said a song he recorded at the Naval Academy would be a good replacement for “Maryland, My Maryland,” a song written by a Confederate sympathizer.