Bills To Watch This Session In The Maryland General AssemblyThe latest session of the Maryland General Assembly kicked off last week with a number of changes due to COVID-19.
Wisconsin And Maryland Have Similar Populations, But COVID-19 Cases Are 6X Higher In One StateFor the first time since September, Maryland's daily coronavirus count grew by nearly 900 cases. Hospitalizations have also ticked up by 17% over the last two weeks and the ICU levels are up 2.94%. But in hard-hit Wisconsin, their COVID-19 case count is almost six times higher.
Planning Commission Approves Plan To Split Mt. Vernon Place UMC Church, Asbury House Into Separate LotsThe Baltimore Planning Commission has signed off on a plan that would split an iconic church and adjacent home into two separate properties.
Baltimore County High Schools Will Need $1.2B In Capital Improvements Over Next 7 Years, Report FindsBaltimore County's public high schools will likely need $1.2 billion in capital improvements over a seven-year period, an initial report analyzing the school system's infrastructure needs found.
Johns Hopkins University Suing Trump Administration Over Coronavirus-Related Changes Affecting International StudentsJohns Hopkins University has joined a growing list of higher education institutions suing the Trump administration over changes to the Student And Exchange Visitor Program brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Native Brady Fritz Wins Big On 'The Price Is Right'A Maryland native won big on Monday's episode of "The Price Is Right."
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Could See $1.1 Billion Budget Shortfall For Fiscal Year 2020, Down From Original $2.8 Billion EstimateThe latest projections for Maryland's budget for fiscal year 2020 show the coronavirus having a significant impact, but the state's shortfall may not be as big as originally thought.
Here's What Maryland Is Getting As Part Of The Coronavirus Stimulus PackageHere's a look at some of the programs the CARES Act, also known as the coronavirus stimulus package, will fund in Maryland.
Coronavirus Response: Maryland, Surrounding States Have Only Gotten A Fraction Of Requested Medical Supplies, Oversight Committee SaysMaryland and surrounding states have only received a small percentage of the medical supplies they've requested from the Federal Emergency Management Agency amid the coronavirus pandemic, the House Oversight Committee said Thursday.
Coronavirus In Baltimore: Police Department To Increase Business Checks To Make Sure Non-Essential Stores CloseThe Baltimore Police Department plans to increase business checks to make sure stores are complying with Gov. Larry Hogan's order that all non-essential businesses close their doors at 5 p.m. Monday to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
'I Really Messed Up' | Catherine Pugh's Team Shares Emotional Apology Video Ahead Of SentencingA video released by her defense team shows a remorseful former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh apologizing for her actions in the "Healthy Holly" scandal.
Lawmakers Reintroduce Legislation Requiring Baltimore School Police To Carry FirearmsSeveral state lawmakers have reintroduced legislation that would require school police officers and resource officers to carry firearms while on school premises.
UMMS Report: 'Significant Aspects' Of Board's Oversight Responsibilities 'Deeply Compromised'A report released Friday by the University of Maryland Medical System's board of directors in the wake of the "Healthy Holly" scandal found "significant aspects" of the board's oversight and decision-making responsibilities were "deeply compromised" by both some board members and structural flaws in the board's operation.
BPD Sgt. Ethan Newberg, Officer Arrested For Assault, Was Highest-Paid City Employee In FY19, Records ShowDespite being suspended without pay in June after being arrested on a number of charges, Baltimore Police Department Sgt. Ethan Newberg was the highest-paid city employee in fiscal year 2019, records show.
Appeals Court Dismisses Emolument Lawsuit Against Trump Brought By Md., D.C.The three-judge panel voted unanimously in Trump's favor, saying the District and Maryland lack standing to bring the suit against the president both in his official capacity and as an individual.