Frosh Warns Hogan About Lack Of Funding For State Program Overseeing Drinking WaterAttorney General Brian Frosh is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to provide more funding for the Maryland Department of the Environment program tasked with keeping the state's drinking water supply safe.
Police Identify Baltimore Officer Who Killed Barbershop Shooting SuspectPolice on Tuesday identified Sgt. David Burch, a seven-year Baltimore Police Department veteran, as the officer who fatally shot a gunman suspected in a deadly crime spree that left two barbers dead and another man injured.
Planning To Donate On Giving Tuesday? Don't Fall Victim To Charity ScamsAs Giving Tuesday nears and people donate to charity, Maryland officials are warning would-be donors about a common scam that crops up every year.
Maryland Sues Monsanto Over Chemicals' 'Long-Lasting Harm' On EnvironmentMaryland is suing agrochemical giant Monsanto over the toll the government believes the company's chemicals have taken on the state's environment, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Tuesday.
Victim Who Died In Crash During Salisbury Police Chase IdentifiedThe Maryland Attorney General's office identified the man who died last week after crashing his car during a police chase in Salisbury as 35-year-old Jamaal Parish Mitchell, an African-American resident of Salisbury.
Brian Frosh Won't Seek Reelection As Maryland's Attorney General
Just Puppies Agrees To Ban, $100K In Fines After Allegedly Selling Dogs From Puppy Mills, AG Frosh SaysJust Puppies, a retail pet store with locations in Towson and Rockville, agreed to a settlement prohibiting the company from selling dogs in Maryland following allegations the business sourced animals from puppy mills, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced on Friday.
Dana Mulhauser Announced As Chief Of Independent Investigations UnitMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Dana Mulhauser as Chief of Independent Investigations on Monday.
Maryland Attorney General Issues Pro Bono Call To Action For Marylanders Facing Legal Challenges After PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh urged attorneys Thursday to offer pro bono assistance to Marylanders in need of civil legal counsel.
Honda, 48 States And Territories Reach $85M Settlement Over Takata Airbag RecallMaryland and dozens of other states have reached an $85 million settlement with Honda over allegations the car company concealed safety issues related to faulty airbags.
Maryland AG Warns Retailers Against Price Gouging Online For Essential Coronavirus GoodsState officials are hoping to protect Marylanders from price gouging when buying essential supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.