Marvin Mandel

Maryland’s 56th Governor, Marvin Mandel, Dead At 95

Marvin Mandel, Maryland’s 56th governor has died at the age of 95.



Suitland House Goes Up In Flames When Cat Knocks Over Candle

No one was injured when a single family home goes up in flames on Sunday.



Md. Org. Calling For Stricter Gun Laws After Tragic TV Shooting

A Maryland organization is calling for stricter gun laws following a tragic on-air shooting that two journalists dead and a woman injured earlier this week in Virginia.


WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 23:  Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley speaks during an event at the Truman Center for National Policy July 23, 2015 in Washington, DC. O'Malley discussed the need for additional Wall Street reforms while speaking with former Congressman and House Finance Committee Member Brad Miller (D-NC).  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Ethics Board To Examine O’Malley’s Purchase Of Furniture

An assistant attorney general in Maryland has asked for a state ethics commission to rule on whether former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s purchase of furniture from the governor’s mansion violated rules on state property.


Dr. Lillian M. Lowery

Maryland’s State Superintendent Is Stepping Down

Maryland’s State Superintendent, Dr. Lillian M. Lowery, is stepping down to pursue new opportunities, according to an announcement made by the Maryland State Board of Education.


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Gov. Hogan Begins Fourth Round Of Chemo

Governor Larry Hogan is scheduled to begin his fourth round of chemotherapy today.


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Seismic Monitoring Equipment To Be Purchased Ahead Of Fracking

With the exception of a couple of earthquakes in the past decade, Maryland is pretty stable. But now, with the possibility of hydraulic fracturing coming to Maryland, the state wants see what’s really happening underground.



Wicomico County Medical Marijuana Facility Proposed

A company is hoping that its plan to build a medical marijuana growing facility in Wicomico County is one of 15 applications approved by the state of Maryland.


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Officials: Bowie Resident May Have West Nile Virus

Officials say a Bowie resident may have contracted West Nile virus.



NASA: Rising Sea Levels, Shrinking Ice Has Big Impact On Md.

From space to right now on the ground, NASA researchers are racing to keep up with the world’s melting ice.


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Man Charged In Theft During Ocean City Fishing Tournament

A Maryland man has been accused of stealing fishing equipment from a fishing tournament in Ocean City.


Textbooks sit on shelves at the Chegg Inc. warehouse in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, U.S., on Thursday, April 29, 2010. No more $120 chemistry books. That's the message from textbook-rental service Chegg Inc., which is urging college students to stop paying top dollar to buy their tomes. Photographer: John Sommers II/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Maryland University To Eliminate Textbooks

The University of Maryland University College plans to eliminate textbooks this fall to save students money by using resources online.