Cracking down on violent home invasions. In recent months, Marylanders have been hurt and even killed by robbers breaking into their homes. Now the state is toughening up with a new law.
The negligence of texting while driving could carry stricter penalties as Jake’s Law moves through the General Assembly.
State lawmakers aren’t only debating making marijuana available for medical reasons. Now they’re looking at lowering the penalties for getting high.
The Maryland Senate has voted to eliminate potential jail time for people who possess less than 10 grams of marijuana.
I would love to tell you that I am surprised by the bounty system used by the Saints.
A Cumberland tavern is avoiding penalties in a violent incident that left four patrons with knife wounds.
Maryland’s utility regulator says Verizon might have violated state law when it failed to notify emergency call centers about network problems that prevented thousands of 911 calls from going through.
Making your electricity more dependable. That’s the goal in Annapolis as lawmakers consider threatening fines against utility companies if they take too long to restore your power.