Maryland Emergency Management Agency
Maryland is sending 25 state troopers and workers from Baltimore to assist with recovery efforts in New York and New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy.
Both Baltimore and Washington have broken records with temperatures soaring beyond 100 degrees.
About a million Marylanders were without power shortly before the sun came up, similar to the number that lost power in 2003 when Tropical Storm Isabel hit the state.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed a new director of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency.
Federal aid is being made available to support recovery efforts in Baltimore and Baltimore County following Hurricane Irene.
The unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan has raised concerns over how vulnerable Maryland would be in a similar disaster.
Maryland emergency management officials are urging residents to use caution as heavy rains approach the
state bringing the potential for flooding.