A U.S. Postal Service employee has pleaded guilty to stealing more than 20,000 pieces of mail since 2005.
Felder gives his opinion on this ray Rice issue. Felder says that he “thought it would be more, especially with the evidence that they have and Goodell’s hard stance on discipline.” Although eventually Baltimore will forgive Rice, he is doing everything else right including staying out of the media, going to counseling and making public statements with his wife. When thinking about a man, especially a football player hitting a woman and getting suspended only two games, Goodell seems to go a little harder when it is player versus player. Rules are getting more disciplined on hitting in football and if you break them, players are getting suspended more than just a couple of games. Something to think about.
The Maryland Democratic Party has filed a complaint against Republican Larry Hogan’s campaign for governor, but the campaign says it’s groundless.
Maryland saw a 33 percent increase in drug overdose deaths in the first quarter of this year compared to the same time last year, state officials said Thursday as they announced a renewed focus on fighting the rise of fentanyl-laced heroin.
A federal jury awarded a former Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer $127,000 after she alleged that she was sexually harassed by an instructor at the agency’s police academy.
A Maryland couple is arrested, accused of keeping their autistic 22-year-old twin sons locked in a basement room at night. Even worse, Montgomery County Police say the room had no furniture and only a tiny window for light.
A major gun manufacturer decides to pull all of its production out of Maryland and move it to Tennessee. The Beretta corporation blames their decision on the state’s new tougher gun control laws.
A U.S. Postal Service report ranks the nation’s capital No. 1 for late mail delivery.
A Maryland woman has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter in a 2010 hit-and-run crash that killed a woman near Dupont Circle.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is returning to Iowa for fundraisers this weekend.
With a federal court hearing looming, a supporter of Maryland’s 2013 gun-control law says there are early indications it’s helping to reduce fatal shootings.
Metro is simulating service on its new Silver Line, with just five days left before it opens to rail commuters.