Judge Rules Case On Blind Ballot Tool To ContinueA federal judge says he has heard enough evidence that disabled residents can't take full advantage of absentee voting to press ahead with a lawsuit filed by the National Federation of the Blind against the state of Maryland.
U.S. Naval Academy Head Testifies In D.C.The U.S. Naval Academy's head is rejecting suggestions that political pressure influenced him in pursuing sexual assault charges against a football player at the school.
State Prosecutor Asks For Witness Immunity PowersThe Maryland General Assembly could help efforts to fight public corruption by passing a measure to allow state prosecutors to grant immunity to witnesses so their testimony could not be used against them, the state prosecutor wrote in a report released Wednesday.
D.C. Police Chief Testifies In IMF Protest Case D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier made a rare courtroom appearance Tuesday, testifying in a federal lawsuit stemming from mass arrests of protesters who were corralled in a city park during a 2002 demonstration.
Panel To Consider Adding More Early Voting CentersA panel of lawmakers will hear testimony about a measure to increase the number of early voting centers in Maryland from 48 to 59.
Trial Resumes In Case Of Slain Bowie State StudentTestimony resumes in the trial of a former Bowie State University student charged with fatally stabbing her roommate during an argument.
No Death Penalty Sought In Slaying Of Md. Mom, SonMaryland prosecutors have agreed not to seek the death penalty against a man charged with killing his estranged wife and her 11-year-old son, according to a defense lawyer and the state's attorney's office.
Police: Man Who Rammed Car Aimed For State Dept.A police officer has testified that man who drove a stolen Jeep into a downtown D.C. office building first tried to drive it into the State Department building.
Baltimore City Council Committee Hears Arguments For & Against A Bottle Tax HikeThe battle is brewing over a proposed increase in the bottle tax in Baltimore City. Wednesday night, both sides sounded off in front of the city council.
Bill Proposes Negotiation Rights For State WorkersA state Senate panel will hear testimony on a bill to expand collective bargaining rights to certain state employees.
Testimony Change Led To Dismissal In Abortion CaseA Maryland prosecutor says he had to drop murder charges against two abortion doctors after learning that an expert witness expected to testify that the fetuses were terminated in the county would change his testimony.