Baltimore Leaders Responded To Gov. Hogan's Comments Calling Squeegee Kids A Deterrent To TourismNearly 300 complaints about squeegee kids have been phoned in to the police already this year.
Md. Lawmakers Weigh Proposal To Toughen Penalties For Intimidating WitnessesA House committee heard testimony Tuesday on Governor Larry Hogan's proposal to increase prison time for anyone who kills or seriously injures a person to prevent that person from testifying.
Maryland House Republicans Focus On Battling CrimeMaryland's House Republicans outlined measures aimed at fighting crime on Thursday as priorities of the House GOP.
Gov. Hogan Appoints 2 To Maryland General AssemblyGov. Larry Hogan has appointed two people to the Maryland General Assembly.
Gov. Hogan Appoints 2 People To Fill Vacancies In House Of DelegatesGov. Larry Hogan has appointed two people to fill vacancies in the Maryland House of Delegates.
State Considering New Tolling Options To Cut Costs For DriversThe State of Maryland will consider new tolling options to save you money. 
Hogan: 'No Question' More Accountability Needed In Baltimore Schools Amid Reports Of Grade FixingGov. Larry Hogan Thursday said there's "no question" more accountability is needed within the Baltimore City Public School system after reports surfaced of grades being improperly inflated within the district.
Hogan Names 11 New Appointees To UMMS Board After Self-Dealing, 'Healthy Holly' ScandalsGov. Larry Hogan Wednesday named 11 new appointees to the University of Maryland Medical System Board in an overhaul brought on by concerns over business relationships and practices within the board, including the "Healthy Holly" scandal that led former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to resign.
MD House Speaker Busch's Dies After Health Quickly DeterioratesA spokesperson for Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch confirms his health has worsened and he is now on a ventilator.
More Than 500 Arrested During Joint Effort To Battle Crime In BaltimoreClearing violent criminals from the streets of Baltimore. Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore City leaders say they’ve done it by the hundreds.
Lawmakers And Environmentalists Push Hogan For Tougher Pollution Rules49 state Democrats and environmentalists are urging the Hogan administration to impose tougher water pollution standards on coal-fired power plants and not wait for rules delayed by the Trump administration.