NCAA Panel Wants Men's Basketball At Halves, Not QuartersThe NCAA basketball rules committee will keep the men's game at two halves and not recommend that it be broken into four quarters.
MLB, Players Union Announce Seven New RulesMLB and the Major League Baseball Players Association announced a number of new rule changes for the 2017 season.
Coach Harbaugh Propses Expanded-Replay PlanCoach John Harbaugh arrived at the annual NFL meetings ready to share the Ravens’ expanded-replay plan.
9 New Rule Changes In The NFLThe NFL just made seven new rule changes for 2016, including the elimination of chop blocks and moving the extra point back permanently.
City Council Considers Rules For Meeting By SkypeThe Frederick Board of Aldermen is drafting rules for allowing members to participate in meetings by video or telephone.
Towson University Scales Back Changes To Tailgating RulesIt's been a back and forth controversy for weeks. Towson tailgating has been the talk of the campus. After making significant rules changes, the university decides to scale back.
Towson University's New Tailgating Rules
New Md. Sunday Hunting Rules Could Come In Nov.The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it hopes to implement regulations allowing more Sunday hunting in western Maryland before the firearm deer season begins Nov. 29.
Court Approves Rules On Bail HearingsMaryland's highest court has approved rules to help make sure defendants have an attorney at initial bail bearings, but implementation has been delayed.
Dr. Rebecca Bailey's Tips For A Safe HalloweenGoing trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey's have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Farmers Express Concern About Fertilizer RulesEastern Shore farmers are expressing concerns about new rules relating to how they apply poultry manure to their crops.
Anne Arundel County Council Has New Rules For AttendeesNo yelling, no cursing, no signs. It's all now prohibited inside Anne Arundel County Council chambers. But some say this violates constituents' First Amendment rights.