Coronavirus Latest: State Fines Sagepoint Living In La Plata For Poor Conditions That Pose Threat To Residents' Health And SafetyThe Maryland Department of Health has notified a Charles County nursing home that it's violating state regulations and its conditions "posed immediate and serious jeopardy to the health and safety" of residents.
Harbaugh Accepts Full Responsibility For NFL PunishmentJohn Harbaugh spoke to reporters about the punishment following an OTA session on Thursday and was more than willing to accept responsibility
Md. Imposes Fines On Casinos For Underage GamblingMore than two dozen instances of underage gambling at Maryland casinos will cost casino operators tens of thousands of dollars in fines.
Frederick Red Light Camera Fines Total Nearly $4MFrederick police say nearly $4 million in fines have been issued through the city's red-light camera system.
Traffic Fines In D.C. About To DropFines for traffic offenses in Washington are about to drop.
Smithsburg To Operate Speed Cameras Near SchoolsSmithsburg police say a speed camera that will operate around the town's three public schools could be operational by next month.
Del. Jon Cardin Pushing For $1,000 Vendor Fine For Each Inaccurate Speeding TicketA state lawmaker proposes punishing speed camera companies for the giving out of bogus tickets after reports of camera glitches at a handful of Baltimore City cameras. One of the questionable cameras is along Cold Spring Lane.
Ed Norris: Saints And SinnersWhy do people not listen to my advice when it comes to the government.
Steve Davis: NFL BountiesI would love to tell you that I am surprised by the bounty system used by the Saints.
Baltimore County Police Step Up Ticketing Motorists Ignoring School Bus Stop SignsNow that kids are back in school after the holiday break, bus drivers report more motorists ignoring their stop signs and flashing lights.
Frederick May Change Bike And Skateboard PolicyThe city of Frederick is considering changing the way it enforces restrictions on bicycling and skateboarding on certain city property.
Taylors Island Man Faces $28K In Fines For Oyster ViolationsMaryland Natural Resources Police say a Taylors Island man faces up to $28,000 in fines for oyster harvesting violations.
Mountain Bikers Fight DPW To Stay On Loch Raven Reservoir TrailsThey're some of the most beautiful trails in the state, popular with hikers and bikers. But now, the Department of Public Works wants bikers off of so-called single-track trails.
PSC Fines Maryland TelemarketerA Maryland telemarketer has been fined $490,000 for reportedly violating Mississippi's no-call law.
New Law To Crack Down On Illegal Highway SignsA new state law that goes into effect in January will impose a $25 fine for every illegal commercial sign placed along state highways.