A new Washington Post poll gives Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown a commanding lead in the Democratic primary, 20 points ahead of Attorney General Doug Gansler. In the GOP, Larry Hogan is 16 points ahead of Harford County’s David Craig.
Baltimore County Police are searching for a male suspect who robbed an M&T Bank in the 700-block of Frederick Road on May 23.
An investigation is underway in the city following a police-involved shooting. It happened just a few blocks away from the University of Maryland Baltimore campus.
Maryland officials say the food processing company Protenergy Natural Foods in Cambridge is being acquired by Oakbrook, Illinois-based TreeHouse Foods for $150 million.
Attorney General Doug Gansler is highlighting his plan to cut the corporate-income-tax rate to demonstrate he is the most willing of Maryland’s Democratic primary candidates for governor to do what’s needed to spur the economy after years of tax increases.
An investment adviser has been indicted on wire fraud and money laundering charges for allegedly stealing $1.2 million from a client’s account.
As tourism season reaches its peak in Washington, Triple-A has compiled data showing tour buses generate billions of dollars for the nation’s capital.
Transportation officials say Maryland has awarded $10 million in grants to all 23 counties and Baltimore city to fix potholes and repair roads.
A once in a lifetime opportunity is coming soon. Perhaps the most exclusive home in Baltimore will be open for tours.
Maryland elections officials say they will no longer enforce a $10,000 limit on donors’ contributions to state candidates during a four-year election cycle, citing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Prince George’s County Police say money flew from the car of a bank robber driving away from the scene.
Maryland House Republicans are scheduled to talk about the state’s fiscal future.