Hogan To Sign Bills On Public Safety, Law EnforcementGov. 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.
City Rolls Out New Plan To Reduce Water Bills For SeniorsShutting off water because bills haven't been paid takes a new direction. It's an opportunity to pay less for water.
Maryland House OKs Ban On Powdered Alcohol The Maryland House of Delegates has voted to ban powdered alcohol.
Md. Senate Passes 3 Bills Aimed At Helping BusinessThe Maryland Senate has passed three measures aimed at improving the state's business climate.
Fracking Liability Bill Given Another Day For WorkThe Maryland Attorney General's office is weighing in on a bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for personal injury and property damage.
Rex Ryan Announces Buffalo Bills Signing Of Former Ravens QB Tyrod TaylorBills Head Coach Rex Ryan said Thursday on a Canadian radio show that the team signed former Ravens quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
Supporters Urge Passage Of Police Accountability LawsThe fight against police brutality heads to Annapolis, where advocates are pushing for laws to hold officers accused of misconduct accountable.
Suspects Sought In Counterfeit Currency RingMaryland State Police are on the lookout for several people they say are part of a counterfeiting ring. Police are hoping someone may recognize the suspects from surveillance photos and turn them in.
O'Malley Signs Western Md. Sunday Hunting BillsGov. Martin O'Malley is giving his blessing to more Sunday hunting in western Maryland despite opposition from birdwatchers and horseback riders.
A Look At Bills Approved By The General AssemblyHere's a look at some measures already approved by the Maryland General Assembly, which adjourns at midnight Monday.
Senator Says Marijuana Bills Could Be CombinedSen. Bobby Zirkin says a Senate committee could combine two marijuana bills.
Md. Roadside Zoo Bills Pass In Weakened FormBoth houses of the Maryland General Assembly have passed bills to stiffen requirements for roadside zoos without requiring them to be accredited or meet certain safety and animal-care standards.