'Change Is Necessary': Police Reform Bills Pass Committee Hurdle In Maryland SenateA series of police reform bills passed the committee hurdle in the Maryland Senate Thursday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Visits Students As Schools Prepare For Return Of Some In-Person LearningMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan visited a Talbot County elementary school Friday morning as students across the state are set to begin returning to classrooms in some capacity next week.
Maryland Lawmakers Vote To Expand Tax Credit For ImmigrantsThe Maryland General Assembly gave final approval Friday to expanding a state tax credit for low-income workers to include immigrants, including some living in the country illegally who work and pay taxes in the state.
James Dale Reed Found Guilty Of Voter Intimidation After Leaving Letter Threatening President Biden, VP Harris In Maryland MailboxA 42-year-old Frederick man was found guilty of voter intimidation Wednesday for leaving a letter in a mailbox that threatened then-presidential and vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and their supporters, the Frederick County State's Attorney's Office said.
Maryland State Senators Get Negative COVID-19 Test ResultsFollow-up tests for the coronavirus have turned out negative after several Maryland state senators missed a day of session as a precaution, Senate President Bill Ferguson said Wednesday.
6 Maryland State Senators Miss Tuesday Morning Floor Session After Getting Positive Rapid COVID-19 Test Results"Several" positive rapid COVID-19 tests were reported at the Maryland State House campus in Annapolis Tuesday, Senate President Bill Ferguson said at the beginning of the morning's Senate session.
Review Finds Prior Approval Not Needed For State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's Travel; City To Review 'Disparate Guidance'Baltimore city leaders will form a workgroup to review the city's policies regarding rules for travel by elected officials, Mayor Brandon Scott's office said Thursday.
Maryland Lawmakers Urge President Biden To Approve State's Appeal For Inaugural Security ReimbursementMembers of Maryland's Congressional delegation are urging President Joe Biden to approve the state's appeal for reimbursement for inaugural security.
Proponents Of Legislation In Maryland Senate Say It Will Improve Body Camera TransparencyA bill up for discussion in the Maryland Senate wants to change the standard for police body-worn cameras.
Gov. Larry Hogan Signs RELIEF Act Of 2021 Into Law, Bringing Aid To Thousands Of Marylanders Struggling Due To PandemicGov. Larry Hogan signed the RELIEF Act of 2021 into law Monday afternoon in Annapolis.
US Intelligence Has Less Than 6 Months To Share Information On UFOs, 11 Reported Sightings In Maryland In 2021U.S. intelligence agencies have less than six months to tell Congress what they know about “unidentified aerial phenomena” or what's better known as UFOs.
Bill Would Rename Maryland's Indian Head Highway After Former President Barack ObamaTwo Maryland state senators have introduced legislation to rename Maryland Route 210, currently Indian Head Highway, after former President Barack Obama.
Bill Introduced In Maryland House Of Delegates Aims To Hold Law Enforcement Officers Accountable For Use Of Excessive ForceNational voices, local leaders and the families of victims are calling for a shift from protest to policy in the form of a new bill introduced in the Maryland General Assembly on Monday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Says Independent Commission Will Examine US Capitol RiotHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday that Congress will establish an independent, Sept. 11-style commission to look into the deadly insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol.
Impeachment Isn't The Final Word On Capitol Riot For TrumpDonald Trump's acquittal at his second impeachment trial may not be the final word on whether he's to blame for the deadly Capitol riot. The next step for the former president could be the courts.