From his cell in a high-security federal prison in Colorado, Jawad Musa prayed five times a day that he would someday be able to see his family again.
Maryland lawmakers are considering a long list of changes to the Maryland Environmental Service, a low-profile independent agency thrust into the spotlight after its director received a six-figure payout when he left to work for the governor.
Democratic leaders in the Maryland Senate are proposing hundreds of millions of dollars in pandemic financial aid, on top of a $1 billion plan put forward by Gov. Larry Hogan.
Orioles outfielders Trey Mancini and Anthony Santander have hit the stages in their careers in which they are potential trade targets, but GM Mike Elias is downplaying that possibility for now.
In a letter to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, Councilmen Ryan Dorsey, Zeke Cohen and Kristerfer Burnett said the plan to charge customers without unlimited plans up to $100 a month for data over 1.2 terabytes will exacerbate a lack of internet access in low-income households.
The Campaign for Accountability, a Washington-based nonprofit organization, said the Baltimore County Republican may have violated several laws, including one barring the possession of a weapon not registered in the District of Columbia.
Researchers at the nonprofit RAND Corp. say Baltimore’s so-called “spy plane” brought small increases to the number of violent crimes solved by police last year, but they stopped short of concluding whether or not the controversial surveillance program is worthwhile.
On the same day that the Board of Public Works officially approved a $3.5 million settlement from the University of Maryland to the family of Jordan McNair, the state’s flagship university announced a joint partnership with the foundation created in the late Terps lineman's honor.
A Columbia man who reportedly livestreamed inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 turned himself in to authorities Tuesday morning, the FBI said.
Harford County schools will purchase nearly 34,000 plastic shields for student and teacher desks to protect against the spread of COVID-19, which officials say could allow them to bring students back two days a week later this year.
Stavros Lambrinidis, EU diplomat, said the toughness and elasticity in the face of hardship of the artwork on display at AVAM spoke to him during a year when the world was ravaged by a pandemic,
Galvis, 31, brings plenty of experience to an Orioles team that still lacks it, especially in the infield. Here are five things about the signing that make it an interesting one.
Nearly 50 new speed and red light cameras will be added to Baltimore’s existing traffic surveillance network following their unanimous approval by the city’s spending board Wednesday.
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