Anne Arundel County’s police chief takes a bold step, prohibiting officers from using hand-held devices for talking or texting while driving.
A major blow to opponents of Maryland’s new gun control laws: a federal judge has denied a request to delay the laws from taking effect.
Take a glance at new laws taking effect in Maryland on Tuesday.
Starting Tuesday all over Maryland, you can get pulled over by the police just for having a cell phone to your ear. Until now, it’s been a secondary offense to talk and drive.
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.
In less than a month, talking on your cell phone while driving will become a primary offense–a law one family says is bittersweet after they say they lost their son because of a distracted driver.
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.
Maryland ginseng hunters are facing the new season with a prohibition on digging the valuable root on state land.
Could Maryland be the next state to have a controversial “stand your ground” law? A state delegate is proposing just that.
Maryland’s highest court has upheld a law that prevents someone from recovering damages in a lawsuit if they are found to be partly at fault.
Hundreds of thousands of tolls have gone unpaid on Maryland’s Intercounty Connector, but officials hope that a new law will help them crack down on toll scofflaws.