BSO Fights For Funding To Keep Them Playing At Annapolis RallyThursday, the BSO rallied at the state capital to have their work schedule back this summer.
Gov. Hogan Urges Federal Treasury To Release Tubman $20 Bill In 2020Officials said the redesign of the $20 and other bills is more about protecting them from counterfeit issues.
Warehouse Fire Caused Limited Oil Spill In Jones FallsMDE's Emergency Response team is on the scene with three response trucks, one boom trailer, one response boat, and three responders. 
Gov. Larry Hogan Tells Washington To 'Step Up' In Response To Trump's Mexico Tariff PlanGov. Hogan is not the only Republican who has pushed back against these tariff plans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also expressed skepticism earlier this week.
Maryland Lawmakers Calling On Gov. Hogan To Help Fund Baltimore Symphony OrchestraMaryland Democratic delegates want the show to go on for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. 
First-In-Nation Drug Price Board To Be Enacted In MarylandA first-in-the-nation measure in Maryland to create a prescription drug affordability board will become law without Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
Gov. Larry Hogan Kicks Off Ocean City Summer With Ceremonial Umbrella PlantingGov. Hogan was joined by Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan and Ocean City Council members. 
'Ethically Compromised': Maryland Gov Wants Metro Chair GoneMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called for the chair of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to resign from the board, calling him "ethically compromised."
Gov. Hogan Signs Bill Raising Legal Age To Buy Tobacco To 21Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan signed a bill that raised the age from 18 to 21. 
Maryland Governor OKs Bill Requiring Pelvic Exam ConsentMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed a measure to require patients to provide explicit consent before health care practitioners and medical students can conduct a pelvic, prostate or rectal exam while the patient is under anesthesia.
Hogan Signs Bill For Tougher Sentences For Violent Crimes Against Pregnant WomenGovernor Larry Hogan is expected to sign several bills into law Monday.