Hogan Administration Works To Keep Redskins In MarylandThe state quietly made an agreement with the National Park Service back in 2017 to re-purpose the Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Hill Farm as a future stadium site.
Maryland Officials React To The Passing Of George H.W. BushSeveral political leaders in Maryland are sending out messages of condolence following the passing of former President George H.W. Bush.
Task Force Finds Md. Heroin Problem Likely Worse Than Most ThinkThe state's heroin problem is likely a lot worse than most Marylanders think. That's one of the conclusions from the state's emergency task force on heroin and opioids.
Gov. Hogan Prepares For 2nd Round Of ChemotherapyGovernor Hogan prepares for his second round of chemotherapy this weekend. The governor announced last month he has stage III non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Supporters Gather In Edgewater As Hogan Begins Cancer TreatmentGovernor Larry Hogan embarks on the tough road in his fight against cancer--beginning chemotherapy today--two days before previously announced.
2 Groups Go To Court In Maryland For Clean Air RegulationsTwo groups have gone to court to try to implement clean-air regulations they say are being blocked by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's administration.
Hogan Seeks Funds For High-Speed Train From Baltimore To WashingtonGovernor Hogan is seeking funds for a high-speed train that would run from Baltimore to Washington.
Hogan Asks For Nearly $28M For Maglev Train LineMaryland's governor is expressing interest in bringing the fastest train in the world to our state -- after taking his own test ride in Japan!
Governor Hogan Calls For Help, Ravens AnswerCurrent and former Ravens players were out in the community Thursday supporting the city.
Debate Over Md. School Funding ContinuesTaking the pressure. Governor Hogan says he won't be swayed by lawmakers and educators urging him to give additional money to districts where it costs more to operate schools.
O'Malley May Commute 4 Death Row Sentences Before Hogan Takes OfficeWith only two months left before Republican Larry Hogan takes office, Gov. Martin O'Malley might take action to commute the sentences of four men who remain on Maryland's death row.