Taney Statue In Annapolis To Be Removed After Almost 150 YearsThe statue of Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney has stood at the State House for almost 150 years and it's coming down.
Md. State House Trust Votes To Remove Taney Statue In AnnapolisA key panel voted to remove a statue of Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney from the grounds of the State House in Annapolis Wednesday.
New Details About Md. Native Who Removed S.C. Confederate FlagHer actions are making headlines across the country and in the debate and history of the Confederate flag, but her very own history leads back to the Baltimore area.
Md. House Race Turns Fierce With Mailer Depicting Candidate In Ski MaskA state House race in Maryland's Eastern Shore has taken a rare, fierce turn.
Md. Flags Flown Half-Staff To Honor 2Maryland's flag is flying at half-staff over the State House and at all Maryland Department of Natural Resources facilities to honor a former Maryland Department of Natural Resources secretary who died.
Cancer Survivors Trick-Or-Treat, Ask For Cancer Research FundingSome cancer survivors get in the spirit of Halloween by trick-or-treating at the State House in Annapolis.
Gun Control Bill Draws Large Crowds To AnnapolisMore than a thousand Marylanders arrive in Annapolis to rally for and against Governor O'Malley's gun control legislation.
Drivers Honk Horns At Statehouse To Protest TaxesSome Maryland residents are honking out in protest of tax proposals.
Md. State House In Annapolis Unveils Renovated DomeThe Maryland State House reveals its $800,000 make-over. It's the latest renovation to the oldest working state government capitol in the country.
Opinions Differ On Color For Md. State House DomeThe State House dome, which is getting a new paint job, is a near-sacred place for people who appreciate its historical significance. And because people care so deeply, there is a vigorous debate going on over what color it should be.
Md. Senator Objects To Teachers' Union CommentA Republican senator objected Wednesday to comments made from the Senate dais by the vice president of the Maryland State Education Association, during an event celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday that promotes reading.