Protecting the police officers who protect us. A Maryland senator is leading a push to crack down on criminals who target police.
Gov. Larry Hogan is backing a measure to form a council to work on ways to cut spending on corrections and reduce recidivism.
Forecasters say a winter weather system moving toward the East Coast may only bring rain to the Washington and Baltimore areas.
Major issues with the city’s 911 call center. Officials were experiencing delays answering emergency calls.
Compass Pointe Healthcare System has begun construction on its new Baltimore-based national headquarters.
Lawmakers are looking for a stop-gap measure to fix problems with Maryland’s bail system, starting this spring. Sen. Joseph Getty, R-Carroll, said they’re hung up on disagreements about how dramatic these short-term changes should be.
Maryland senators on a key state spending panel voted Friday to plug a budget hole by using more money initially planned to strengthen the finances of the state pension system.
The decision to grant a security clearance to a man who later killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard was made without a review of a critical police report, but background investigators still followed the correct standards, the top federal personnel management official told a Senate panel Thursday.
Maryland has submitted a plan to the federal government to modernize the state’s all-payer rate setting system for hospital services, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Friday.
Hagerstown Police Chief Mark Holtzman says the department is moving to a fully encrypted radio system because the proliferation of wireless technology allows criminals to listen on their cell phones.
There are charges that Baltimore City has broken its promise to clean up the harbor. The city pledged $1 billion to stop sewage leaks from pouring into the water.
The growing use of flushable wipes is causing headaches for the people who run Ocean City’s sewer system.