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Federal officials announced plans Tuesday to auction the rights to build industrial wind turbines off Maryland's Atlantic coast - a move hailed by many environmentalists and some businesses as the first step toward a new green industry but criticized as a drain on household budgets by the state's lone Republican congressman.
Columbia-based QSSI will get paid up to $4 million over the next two months for its work fixing Maryland's health exchange website.
A Maryland man has been sentenced to five years in prison for traveling to Washington to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor.
The Interior Department announced a proposed notice of sale Tuesday for nearly 80,000 acres for commercial offshore wind development off the coast of Maryland beginning about 10 miles from Ocean City.
Minimum wage protesters in Washington, D.C. will get their wish in 2016, when the city's minimum wage will increase to $11.50 an hour.
The Supreme Court eventually heard the case of Michael Lee Smith, ruling that the government was allowed to collect his phone records to tie him to the purse-snatching.
Officials are optimistic a minimum wage increase in Prince George's County won't scare away businesses like the Tanger Outlets, which just opened there.
This morning's clipper dusted parts of northern Maryland, but left much of the D.C. metro region with merely overcast skies.
Tax cuts and growing private-sector jobs in the state are among the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's top priorities for the General Assembly session that starts in January.
Thanks to renewed interest in the possibility of a huge jackpot right before Christmas, the jackpot for tonight's Mega Millions drawing has increased yet once again.
A Maryland judge has found a Pennsylvania woman guilty of criminally negligent manslaughter by vehicle in an August 2012 crash that killed her 11-year-old daughter.
Despite denials from Annapolis, union leaders claim a move to override Montgomery County's recent minimum wage increase is brewing in the General Assembly.
Five years after Jabriera Handy was charged with murdering her own grandmother, the 22-year-old sits on a statewide task force that assesses how criminal offenses committed by juveniles are handled in Maryland.
Less than two days after Gov. Martin O'Malley declared that the state's online insurance marketplace finally worked for most consumers, a server crashed Monday, the call center became overwhelmed and the governor announced he was bringing in another contractor to improve the website.
Gov. Martin O'Malley declares the state's health care exchange "functional," a huge step up from the admitted "big mess" that it was on Oct. 1. But as political reporter Pat Warren explains, if you don't make the deadline for coverage starting in January, you won't be alone.
An attorney for the group that wants to open the Parx Casino in Maryland has asked the state's casino-location commission to extend its proposal review and delay its licensing decision.