Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Extends Payment Forgiveness For UtilitiesGov. Larry Hogan extended his executive order prohibiting utility companies from shutting off or charging late fees for residential services, including water, electricity, phone and internet.
AG Brian Frosh: Trump Administration Ruling On Emission Standards 'On the Side Of Polluters'Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Wednesday vowed to fight the Trump administration's decision to end states' ability to set stricter vehicle emission standards than the federal government.
Gas Prices Could Fall Below $2 For Many AmericansRetail gas prices have been falling steadily for several weeks now.
BGE Seeks Rate Hike For Electric, Gas CustomersThe utility company is asking the Maryland Public Service Commission to raise electric and gas rates. 
Hurricane Harvey Closes Key Oil, Gas Operations In TexasKey oil and gas facilities along the Texas Gulf Coast have temporarily shut down as Hurricane Harvey pounds the region with torrential rain and high winds, virtually assuring gasoline prices will rise in the storm's aftermath.
Dutch Police Detain Driver Of Spanish Van Near Cancelled GigPolice in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam detained the driver of a van with Spanish license plates and a number of gas tanks inside after a concert by an American rock band was cancelled Wednesday night following a threat, the city's mayor said.
Report: Gas Prices Will Continue To Climb In 2017Gas prices will continue to rise again in 2017.
AAA: Maryland Drivers Paying $2.17 a Gallon for GasThe price motorists are paying for gas in Maryland is unchanged from a week ago.
AAA: Md. Drivers Paying $2.60 Per GallonMotorists in Maryland are paying 4 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
Maryland Tolls Going Down, But Gas Tax Going UpDriving in Maryland just got cheaper. For the first time in 50 years, tolls are going down. The reductions---announced by Governor Larry Hogan last month---took effect Wednesday.
Court Refuses To Halt Construction On New Gas PlantA federal court has refused to halt construction of a liquefied natural gas export facility in southern Maryland while it weighs a legal challenge to the project's approval.