HBCUs Find Hogan's $200M Offer To Resolve Lawsuit InadequateHistorically black colleges and universities and Gov. Larry Hogan's administration remain at odds over the settlement of a dispute that dates back more than a decade.
Maryland Individual Health Plan Premiums DropThe Maryland Insurance Administration has approved an average rate decrease of about 10% for individual health insurance plans in the state's health care exchange.
Maryland Men Exonerated Seeking $12M From The StateThey spent a total of 120 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. 
Board Of Public Works Approves Funding For Clean Water And The Chesapeake BayThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved more than $1.4 million in grants Wednesday to reduce pollution and save energy. 
Congress Members Protest Delay Of Harriet Tubman $20 BillThe Treasury Secretary has said the reason for the delay is security upgrades related to counterfeiting U.S. currency.
Gov. Hogan Announces 9.5 Percent Drop In Homelessness In Maryland Since 2017The number of chronically homeless individuals dropped by 14.8 percent and veterans experiencing homelessness declined by 8.58 percent. 
Gov. Hogan Gives State Employees A Holiday On July 5Hogan announced Monday that state employees will have a holiday on July 5, which falls on a Friday, in addition to Thursday, July 4.
Gov. Hogan Signs Executive Order To Strengthen Maryland's Defense Against CyberattacksAs Baltimore City is still rebuilding after ransomware attacks, Gov. Hogan signed an executive order to boost Maryland's cybersecurity policies.
Governor Hogan Announces Program To Help With Student Loan DebtThe governor announced the launch of "Smart Work" for state employees after it was first announced last year. 
Gov. Hogan Offers Support To Virginia Beach After Deadly ShootingGov. Larry Hogan is offering his support to Virginia Beach after a deadly shooting on Friday afternoon. 
Hogan Calls For Investigation Over UMD's 'Disturbing' Handling Of Deadly Adenovirus OutbreakGov. Larry Hogan is calling for an immediate investigation into the University of Maryland's handling of an adenovirus outbreak last year that led to a student's death and sickened dozens more.