How George Floyd's Murder Sparked Activism In Baltimore & Pushed For Change In The Maryland State HouseOne year ago, George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis. His death, at the hands of a police officer, was captured on camera and sparked activism around the world.
Maryland State House Will Be Reopen To Visitors Starting FridayGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland State House will be reopen to visitors starting on Friday.
Maryland State House Trust Votes To Remove Confederate-Sympathizing Plaque From State HouseThe Maryland State House Trust has voted to remove a Confederate-sympathizing plaque from the first floor of the statehouse.
Original National Anthem Manuscript To Make Rare Appearance Inside Maryland State HouseThe Maryland Historical Society in downtown Baltimore is doing something so rare, it's bound to attract tourists to the Maryland State House in Annapolis.
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.
'I Have Been Blessed' | Amid Cancer Battle, Senate President Mike Miller Reflects On Time In Maryland State HouseRecent health challenges are forcing Senate President Mike Miller to step down and focus on family, friends and life.
Crews Finish Months-Long Cleaning Of Maryland State House FacadeA months-long cleaning and repair of the Maryland State House is complete, and the public is getting a look at the much brighter building.
Fire Outside Maryland State House Was AccidentalThe fire outside the Maryland State House in Annapolis Thursday was deemed accidental.
Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch Laid To RestWith pomp and sorrow, House Speaker Michael Busch will be laid to rest in Maryland's capital.
Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch Lying In ReposeMaryland House Speaker Michael Busch is lying in repose in the rotunda of the Maryland State House.
Md. Speaker Of The House Michael Busch To Lie In State House Starting MondayThe Speaker of the House will lie in state at the Maryland State House on Monday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.