Gov. Larry Hogan Directs National Guard To Help Puerto RicoMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is making national guard resources available to help Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Trump Weighs Mobilizing National Guard For Immigration RoundupsThe Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants.
Which Maryland Agencies Will Help With Security At Inauguration?Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend Friday's Presidential Inauguration, including the National Guardsmen at Camp Fetterd
3 DC National Guardsmen Indicted In Stolen Credit Card PlotThree D.C. Army National Guardsmen have been indicted in plots to obtainstolen credit and debit card numbers, re-encode cards and buy items at stores on military bases.
100 National Guardsmen Returning From AfghanistanThe Maryland National Guard is welcoming home about 100 citizen-soldiers from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan.
National Guard Opening Renovated Center In WestminsterThe Maryland National Guard is opening a renovated center housing a military police unit in Westminster.
Batts: Curfew Will Remain Tonight, "Truth Will Overcome For All"If anyone in Baltimore was hoping to see the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight tonight, looks like you'll have to pay for it.
Gov. Larry Hogan Mobilizes Support For BaltimoreMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Maryland officials continue to work together to respond to the civil unrest in Baltimore.
Baltimore Mayor Discusses Decision To Call In The GuardBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has issued a statement on the reasons she decided to call in the National Guard.
Police, National Guard Presence Still Seen Throughout CityThe police presence is still strong throughout the city.
Gov. Hogan: What Happened Last Night Won't Happen AgainGov. Larry Hogan said he wouldn't allow what happened Monday night in Baltimore to happen again.
State's Senior Military Officer Had Tough Start In Frederick Linda Singh was working fast-food jobs and just trying to make ends meet when she saw a recruiting stand for the Maryland National Guard at Francis Scott Key Mall.