Maryland Lawmakers OK Police Force At Johns HopkinsJohns Hopkins University will be allowed to create its own armed police force, under a measure that has received final approval by the Maryland General Assembly.
Maryland House Approves Armed Police Force For Johns Hopkins UniversityThe House of Delegates passed the Johns Hopkins Police bill.
Two Juveniles Injured After Driving Head-On Into Havre De Grace School Bus, Police SayPreliminary investigation shows the vehicle crossed the lane and hit the school bus head on.
John Hopkins Wants Armed Police, Md. Senate On Track To Give The Green LightThe Maryland Senate is on track to greenlight the bill allowing Johns Hopkins to establish its own police department.
Johns Hopkins Doctors Hope To Highlight Rare Disease Plaguing Famed GuitaristDoctors at Johns Hopkins University hope to raise awareness and funds for research following famed guitarist Peter Frampton's announcement that he has a rare muscular disease.
Johns Hopkins Proposes To Build Its Own Police Force, Takes Request To General AssemblyJohns Hopkins wants to move out of campus security and into armed police patrols around its campuses, hospital and surrounding Baltimore neighborhoods to combat an environment of fear.
NASA Asks Johns Hopkins For Help Protecting Earth From AsteroidsA team of scientists and engineers from Johns Hopkins have a new mission: save the Earth from an asteroid crash.
Johns Hopkins Plans To Buy Newseum Building In DC For $325MJohns Hopkins will acquire the Newseum building as the journalism museum looks to relocate.
Michael Bloomberg Offers Md. Lawmakers Perspective On Gun LawsFormer New York Mayor, and current potential presidential candidate, Michael Bloomberg is scheduled to visit Maryland lawmakers and the U.S. Naval Academy Tuesday.
Man Charged In Towson Student's Hit-And-Run Denied Bail, Family Gets ClosureThe man charged in the death of a Towson University student was denied bail in court Monday after his arrest over the weekend.
Bloomberg Donates Record $1.8B To Johns HopkinsMichael Bloomberg, the former New York mayor who is weighing a 2020 presidential run, is donating $1.8 billion to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins.