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A measure designed to make Maryland's medical marijuana law effective has moved a step forward in the Maryland House of Delegates.
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The cash option for the multi-state lottery is $224.8 million, according the Maryland Lottery.
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Young anglers of all skill levels are invited to enjoy a day of fun and fishing at Fort Frederick State Park's annual Youth Fishing Derby.
TV 11 EDITORIAL. MARYLAND IS A STEP CLOSER TO JOINING 21 OTHER TATES -- STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE.
Two snowy owls, a male and a female, have been captured and relocated from Martin State Airport east of Baltimore.
The popular ride share company Uber began urging Baltimore users this month to help "save" it, declaring that "Uber's future in Maryland is in jeopardy."
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Extra Maryland State Police officers are on the roads starting today to look for drunk drivers as three days of St. Patrick's Day partying begins for some people.
Two women were indicted by a grand jury Thursday for the January killing of two children and attempted murder of two others in Montgomery County.
A group of alleged MS-13 gang members from Maryland have been indicted on charges in a violent racketeering conspiracy that includes several murders.
The search is over in Talbot County for a DUI suspect who police said fired at the troopers first during a wild foot chase on the lower Eastern Shore.
By Megan Brockett, CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE Dozens of uniformed law enforcement officials from around Maryland showed up at the state capital on Thursday to push back against advancing efforts by some legislators to loosen the state's marijuana laws.
A veteran narcotics investigator says Maryland would be better off legalizing marijuana, but he says most police oppose the measure because enforcing drug laws is part of their identity.
Two Maryland teenage girls were charged this week with assaulting an autistic boy and recording him on their cell phones performing sex acts, including some with animals, the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Department said Wednesday.
Officials at the University of Maryland say a database breach last month affects fewer people than first reported, but it affects students who attended the school years earlier than initially thought.
Maryland State Police are searching for an armed suspect who fled from a traffic stop and opened fire on officers.