Maryland Lawmaker | Legislation Being Considered To Resolve HBCU CaseA Baltimore County lawmaker is trying to find a way to settle a dispute between historically black colleges and the State of Maryland. 
Maryland House Speaker Urges Governor Hogan To Settle HBCUs LawsuitMaryland's House Speaker is urging the state's governor to settle a lawsuit involving four historically black colleges for $577 million.
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.
Attorney Urges Maryland To Settle HBCUs Case For $577MThe colleges say the state underfunded them while developing programs at traditionally white schools.
A Student Couldn't Find A Babysitter. So His Professor Held His Infant Girl In Class So He Could Take NotesAfter the student explained his situation, his professor offered to hold the baby girl and taught the rest of the class.
Hogan Discusses HBCU Settlement With Black CaucusThe governor says there are offers on the table, and he's hoping both parties can reach an agreement. But he says the state is under a court order to not discuss mediation efforts.
Black Caucus Seeks Meeting With Hogan On HCBU TrialDel. Darryl Barnes, who chairs the caucus, asked for the meeting in a letter Friday. Barnes says a $100 million settlement over 10 years that Hogan proposed last year is "woefully inadequate."
CIAA Basketball Tournaments Coming To Baltimore In 2021The tournament has the potential to pump $50 million a year into Baltimore, and will be held in late February.
HBCU Lawsuit: Court Rules Both Sides To Appear Before Mediator In the more than decade-long saga involving a lawsuit between the state of Maryland and students and alumni from historically black colleges and universities over inequality. 
Federal Judge To Appoint Special Official In HBCU CaseA federal judge will appoint a special official to craft a plan to increase diversity at Maryland's historically black colleges.
DeVos Booed Speaking At Historically Black UniversityEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos powered through her commencement address Wednesday at a historically black university, even as many of the graduating students turned their backs to her in protest.