Community Leaders Hope To Revive City Post Riots With 'The Baltimore Act'In the two months since the Baltimore riots, money and resources are starting to arrive.
State Approves $30 Million Youth Jail For BaltimoreState officials have approved a $30 million, 60-bed jail to house Baltimore teenagers as adults.
Educators Ask Governor To Increase School FundingTeacher unions and community leaders across the state and here in Baltimore are pushing for Governor Larry Hogan to release critical education funding.
'Shark Tank' Holding Casting Call In DC This WeekendThink your small business might be the next big thing?
Developmentally Disabled To Push For More Maryland FundingAdvocates for the developmentally disabled are urging lawmakers to restore funding cut from the state budget.
Md. Withdraws Funding For Double-Stack Rail CarsTransportation officials say Maryland has pulled all funding for a proposed double-stack rail facility and ended its agreement with CSX to build a facility in southwest Baltimore.
Md. Board Approves School Construction MoneyThe Maryland Board of Public Works has approved an additional $131 million in unallocated funding for school construction funding.
Gov. O'Malley Orders School Construction StudyGov. Martin O'Malley has ordered a study on school construction funding in Maryland.
Md. Officials Cheer Funds For Light Rail ProjectsMaryland officials say initial federal funding for two light rail projects puts the state in a strong position to build the major projects in the Washington suburbs and the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Congress Says 'No' To Eisenhower Memorial FundingFunding requested to begin building the planned Dwight D. Eisenhower memorial near the National Mall has been eliminated in a spending deal passed by Congress, while lawmakers restored funding for other national arts and cultural programs.
School Officials Team Up, Head To Annapolis For More MoneyGrowing populations and aging facilities. That's what Maryland's three largest counties say they're dealing with when it comes to public schools. Tuesday, the "big three" joined together in Annapolis to push for funding.
Newseum In D.C. Makes Changes As Funding Falls ShortIn five years since moving to its new home overlooking the U.S. Capitol, the Newseum has become a major attraction with 4 million people visiting its exhibits about journalism and the First Amendment. Yet it's been struggling mightily to cover its costs.