Coronavirus Latest: Bill Gates 'Impressed' By Hogan's Handling Of COVID-19 Pandemic In MarylandBillionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is applauding the efforts of several U.S. governors, including Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, for their responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hogan, Mosby At Odds Over Plan To Release Non-Violent Offenders To Protect Them From CoronavirusBaltimore City’s State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is calling on Gov. Hogan to consider the supervised release of some inmates in order to stop an outbreak of the coronavirus behind bars.
Coronavirus Closures: Here's What's Considered An 'Essential Business' In Maryland During COVID-19 ClosuresThere are many questions on which businesses are deemed "essential" and can stay open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Governors, Including Hogan, Urge Feds For More Funding, Testing, EquipmentThe nation's governors kept pressing the federal government for supplies and economic aid to battle the new coronavirus in a conference call with the White House on Monday without getting the assurances they were hoping to hear.
Gov. Hogan Calls On Lawmakers To Pass Emergency Coronavirus MeasuresGov. Larry Hogan called on Maryland lawmakers Friday to immediately approve emergency coronavirus measures.
Maryland Hospitals Ramp Up Virtual Screening For Novel Coronavirus As New Cases ReportedHealth officials reported several new coronavirus cases in the Baltimore region—including patients in Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County and Carroll County.
Hogan On Coronavirus: Now Isn't The Time To Place Blame For Shortage Of TestsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday that while the state and the country are still seeing a shortage of coronavirus tests, now is not the time to place blame but rather to focus on stopping the spread of the virus.
Hogan: Out-Of-State Travel For Maryland Employees Canceled Due To CoronavirusWith five cases of coronavirus confirmed in Maryland and the number worldwide topping 110,000, Gov. Larry Hogan Monday said all out-of-state travel for state employees is being canceled.
Md. Senate Unanimously Passes Emergency Coronavirus FundingThe Maryland State Senate Friday unanimously passed an emergency bill from Gov. Larry Hogan that would allow the state to use up to $50 million in rainy day funds in the event of a coronavirus emergency.
Republican-Backed Md. Bill Targets Baltimore Crime, Would Allow Hogan To Declare State Of EmergencyA bill backed by more than a dozen Maryland Republican lawmakers targeting Baltimore crime would allow Gov. Larry Hogan to declare a state of emergency based on a community's homicide rate.
Third Person Now Being Tested For Coronavirus In MarylandA third person is being tested in Maryland for the coronavirus, according to the state health department.
3 Marylanders Being Tested For Coronavirus, Gov. Hogan Says $10M To Be Set Aside To PrepareHe said that all state agencies are working to get ready for a possible spread across Maryland.
Senators Join Call For More H2B Visas For Maryland Crab HousesGovernor Larry Hogan wants to make sure crab houses are fully stocked this season, and lawmakers are helping, too.
Hearing On Witness Intimidation Bill Held In AnnapolisThe Maryland House of Delegates discussed legislation in Annapolis on Tuesday of Governor Larry Hogan's Witness Intimidation Prevention Act.
Statues Honoring Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman Now On Display At Maryland State HouseThere are now statues of two of America's pioneers inside the Maryland State House.