The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, has agreed to postpone proceedings in a lawsuit brought against President Donald Trump by the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. The Justice Department requested the delay in light of the federal government shutdown.
Police said Higgs was allegedly involved in a confrontation with workers at a neighbor’s house before heading to his own residence on Bryanstone Road. Higgs then returned to the scene and confronted the workers, which escalated into a fight.
Brother David Trichtinger was removed from his position as school counselor at Calvert Hall College High School after administrators learned an allegation of sexually abusing a minor had been made against him.
An investigation into Maryland’s only prison for women following the 2017 suicide of an inmate found the facility violated the constitutional rights of individuals with disabilities who are placed in segregation and did not take sufficient steps to “prevent future harm.”
Emergency and law enforcement agencies ran a large-scale active shooter drill in downtown Annapolis on Thursday. Many of the volunteers cited the June 28 shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom as their reason for taking part.
Since the story of a woman who was fatally stabbed in Baltimore while helping a panhandler made national news this week, Morles and some of Baltimore’s other homeless citizens who panhandle say they have seen the number of motorists willing to lower their windows dive.