New recommendations for the handling of anthrax spores are out, following news that samples of supposedly dead bacteria shipped by a Department of Defense lab were alive.
For some Marylanders, crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is routine. It can be a nuisance too, for those headed to the beach for the weekend when heavy traffic delays their arrival.
Maryland’s top agricultural official says he expects the bird flu outbreak that has ravaged poultry flocks across much of the country to arrive in the state this fall.
Pentagon officials released a report Thursday detailing recurring problems at an Army bioterror facility that accidentally sent live anthrax to other labs for more than a decade.
In his continuing battle against non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Governor Hogan reaches out to Marylanders to consider cancer patients statewide.
A former Republican candidate for Maryland’s State Senate has announced his candidacy for the state’s 6th Congressional District.
Nevada gambling regulators say the owner of three Pahrump, Nevada casinos west of Las Vegas and 48 taverns across the state can merge with a casino company that owns a four-diamond casino-resort in Maryland.
A man is in the hospital tonight, after he’s hit by a van right in front of Towson University.
The U.S. Department of Education has approved renewed flexibility for Maryland from provisions of the No Child Left Behind program.
Authorities say a Charles County deputy sheriff shot and wounded a man holding a knife during a domestic dispute call.
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Maryland’s transportation secretary says he believes a light rail in the suburbs of Washington will be built to meet more cost-effective stipulations.