Corrections Officer Killed in Del. Hostage SituationOne officer was killed after a hostage situation at a correctional facility in Delaware.
Prisoners Take Employees Hostage At Del. Maximum Security PrisonA maximum security prison in Delaware is on lockdown as officials respond to a hostage situation.
Resentencing Ordered in Prison Contraband Drone CaseMaryland's second-highest court says a man sentenced to 13 years in prison for trying to fly contraband into a maximum-security state prison aboard an aerial drone must be resentenced.
Md. Prison Workers Claim State Withholding Overtime And PayDozens of prison employees say they are being shortchanged by the staff. It has sparked outrage and protests across Baltimore.
2 Fired From State Prison Agency Say They Are WhistleblowersTwo Maryland prison agency managers who were fired amid misconduct allegations say they are whistleblowers who lost their jobs.
Report Says Prison Spending Outpacing Education Budget The U.S. Department of Education has found that Maryland's spending on prisons is growing at a rate that's twice as fast as spending on education.
Contraband Found In Truck Making Delivery To PrisonCorrections officials say officers at an entrance to a prison in Jessup found hidden boxes containing cellphones attached to a truck making a delivery.
Trials Set For 3 Accused In Prison Drone Smuggling CaseTrial dates have been set for three men accused of trying to use a small, remote-controlled aircraft to smuggle drugs, tobacco and pornography into a maximum-security state prison in western Maryland.
Final Inmates Transferred As Baltimore Prison ClosesGovernor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will complete the final transfer of inmates and detainees from the Baltimore City Detention Center (BCDC).
Maryland Panel Examining Corrections To MeetA Maryland panel studying the state's corrections system is scheduled to meet.
Obama To Extend College Aid Grants To Some Prison InmatesMore than 20 years after banning prisoners from receiving student aid, some federal and state inmates could be eligible for Pell grant money to take college courses while still behind bars.
Report: Md. Prison Admissions Down 19 Percent In Last DecadeMaryland's prison admissions fell 19 percent over the last decade, driven by a 43 percent drop in admissions in Baltimore, according to a data analysis presented to a state panel on Wednesday.

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