The state of Maryland fired back Monday at gun advocates seeking to block a new law creating some of the nation’s toughest firearm restrictions, arguing a lawsuit filed last week came too late and lacks merit.
A federal judge in Baltimore will hear a challenge to Maryland’s new gun-control law Tuesday, the same day the measure containing some of the nation’s tightest firearm restrictions is scheduled to take effect.
Police in Anne Arundel County are searching for two teenagers suspected of an overnight attempted robbery in Brooklyn Park.
Maryland State Police says officers from several law enforcement agencies will help troopers conduct background checks for people applying to buy guns.
A Maryland delegate is asking the attorney general whether it’s legal for state police to allow up to 200 employees from five agencies to view prospective gun buyers’ information as the state churns through an application backlog.
This fall, Maryland will have some of the toughest gun laws in the nation. But some lawmakers and clergy members say more protections are still needed. Several groups are driving that message cross-country.
Baltimore City Homicide detectives are searching for a gunman who shot a man on Chesterfield Avenue Friday night.
Maryland will soon have some of the strictest gun laws in the country, which means gun owners have been rushing out to get their firearms now.
Gun purchase applications in Maryland are up ahead of the start of a gun control measure that gives Maryland some of the nation’s tightest gun laws.
Carroll County is ending a decade-old ban on carrying firearms at county landfills.
The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office says courthouse security spotted a loaded handgun in a man’s tote bag during an X-ray screening.
Maryland State Police say an employee at a McDonald’s restaurant in Hagerstown has been arrested for allegedly bringing a loaded handgun to work.