Maryland Sheriffs Call Out Montgomery Co. Exec Over 'Thin Blue Line' Flag ControversyA "Thin Blue Line" flag donated to the Montgomery County Police Department has stirred up a political back-and-forth after County Executive Marc Elrich told the department it could not display the flag because it's divisive.
Who Will Replace Rep. Elijah Cummings' Seat? Gov. Larry Hogan Must Announce Date For Special ElectionCongressman Elijah Cummings was laid to rest Friday. Now the focus turns to who will replace him.
Gov. Hogan Writing Book About Time As Governor, Fight Against CancerGovernor Larry Hogan is writing a book about politics, turmoil, and his life. 
Gov. Hogan Declares October As Domestic Violence Awareness MonthGovernor Larry Hogan declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Baltimore County School Board Hears Public Comment About 2020 School Start DateShould school start before or after Labor Day Weekend? The debate continued Tuesday night for Baltimore County Public Schools.
Maryland State, Local Law Enforcement Agencies Can Now Apply For $3.5M In Sexual Assault Kit Testing GrantsLaw enforcement agencies at the state and local levels can now apply for a share of $3.5 million in funding to test sexual assault evidence kits, Gov. Larry Hogan's administration announced Monday.
Hogan Has Second-Highest Approval Rating Of US Governors, New Poll FindsA new Morning Consult poll shows 70 percent of Marylanders approve of Gov. Larry Hogan's job performance, making him the second-most popular governor in the country.
Compensation For 5 Wrongly Imprisoned To Be Proposed Oct. 30Gov. Larry Hogan has directed counsel to present compensation agreements for five men who were wrongly imprisoned to the Board of Publics later this month.
Showtime's 'The President Is Missing' Could Mean Millions Of Dollars For MarylandA pilot for a new SHOWTIME series based on the Bill Clinton novel “The President is Missing” will be shot in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan confirmed Tuesday.
$27M Demolition Underway At Baltimore City Detention CenterThe Baltimore City Detention Center, where gang members once ruled, will be removed, but some of the building's historic architecture will be spared.
Maryland To Release $83.5M In Capital Funds To WMATAGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that the state will release $83.5 million in capital funds to WMATA, after a newly signed capital funding agreement.