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Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks says the case of a Laurel High School student who made 'credible threats' to harm others is the latest example of why Maryland lawmakers must pass legislation to make such threats a crime.
"We think a potentially, very dangerous situation was averted," Pete Piringer, a spokesman for the City of Laurel, told WTOP. "We do believe he did have access to guns."
Shoppers endure jammed parking lots and stacks of advertisements in search of the perfect gift. But that's only one part of the equation.
The chirp of your email may be distracting you more than you realize.
A call for increased fees in Maryland is more than just an effort to relieve gridlock, advocates say.
A family-owned auto shop in Fairfax County has an unusual way of helping people who are looking for a job or struggling to make ends meet.
A new home for two local families also stands as a public model of energy efficiency and affordability.
Three years after aid worker and Maryland native Alan Gross was jailed in Cuba, his wife, Judy, has detailed his deteriorating health conditions while again calling for his release.
With the region's population expected to reach more than 6 million by 2040, transportation officials warn already sluggish highways will likely become more congested, Metro trains could reach capacity and drivers may have to pay higher fees to fund projects.
Two PETA members, dressed as turkeys, handed out dozens of boxes of vegan meals to spread the message that there are Thanksgiving meal options for people who would prefer to spare a turkey's life.