Lawyers for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend are seeking a new venue for the trial of a wrongful death lawsuit against him.
President Barack Obama is facing a tough re-election campaign with unemployment above 8 percent, gas prices hovering around $4 and his groundbreaking health care law under review from the Supreme Court.
The University of Maryland says it is partnering with a Chinese university to track climate change.
Republicans in the House of Delegates say a change to the body’s rules will keep the minority party from debating critical issues.
Ted and Bonnie Nieman of Frederick first visited Cambodia in 2005 as part of a vacation, they were struck by the poverty and from then on helped the families of Cambodia grow.
After reaching 98 degrees yesterday at BWI, capping off our first “heat wave” of the season, much drier and cooler air is filtering into the mid-Atlantic states
Metro is planning to review its naming policy for stations this week in what could begin an effort to simplify those that have become a mouthful.
Two parking meters installed in downtown Annapolis to collect spare change for the homeless have collected nearly $2,000.
Virginia regulators will wait until a study of the Chesapeake Bay’s blue crab population is completed before they make any major changes to rules governing the state’s fishery.
After record-breaking heat, what a change today. The strong cold front that is bringing these huge changes across the country has also been a very devastating one for many. This storm has produced a record 1,200+ severe weather reports as it moved across the country.
There will be a couple of quiet days ahead and we should enjoy them while they last since it is still February and the potential for problem weather is still high. Some of those problems may show up later in the weekend and/or early next week.