The House of Delegates has passed a bill that would extend wildland protection to nearly 22,000 more acres of state-owned land.
The Maryland Senate voted unanimously Friday to add nearly 22,000 acres of state-owned property to its Wildland protection program.
Witnesses of crimes in Baltimore–threatened, injured, some even killed. Now there’s a new nationwide push to give more protection to witnesses, so prosecutors can put criminals behind bars.
You’ve probably never heard of the Maryland Oyster Patrol Police, but you know their successors. The Maryland Natural Resource Police floated in Thursday, and rolled out their newest and oldest pieces of equipment.
Maryland moped riders will have to wear helmets and eye protection beginning Monday.
They’ve been off limits to fishing for more than a decade, but it hasn’t stopped their decline. Now Atlantic sturgeon have been officially declared endangered.
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Sen. Ben Cardin is holding a hearing to discuss the nation’s aging water and wastewater infrastructure.
A severe beating, robberies and a lot of petty theft. Some Linthicum homeowners claim crime has spiked in their neighborhood because of the light rail.
Both Baltimore County and Baltimore City police are trying to track down the person who murdered a mother and her young daughter
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says the reason he stalled work on a measure to extend protections to transgendered individuals is because the proposal lacks enough support in the Senate.