The embattled president of a Catholic university in Emmitsburg, Maryland, says he’s reinstating two faculty members he fired this week amid an uproar over a plan to identify freshmen most likely to fail and offer them refunds if they chose to leave.
Comptroller Peter Franchot will discuss ongoing efforts to fight tax fraud and identity theft at tax preparation businesses.
There is one case of Zika in Maryland, state officials confirmed Thursday at a news conference.
A measure in Maryland would end animal use in medical education and training, if there is an alternative method.
In recent weeks, Maryland’s comptroller’s office suspended processing tax returns from 23 Liberty Tax Service franchises and three private preparers.
A local man is facing a potential sentence of four consecutive life terms for allegedly burning down a family’s home in a jealous rage.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker is joining Maryland elected officials in celebrating the expansion of a cybersecurity research center in Rockville.
Law enforcement officials in Omaha say they’ve seized nearly 30 pounds of marijuana and arrested a Maryland man who fled a traffic stop on foot.
Elections Administrator Linda Lamone is seeking to ditch the touch-screen machines because they can’t display all candidates on the same screen.
Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to deliver his second State of the State speech.
A former Charles County Circuit judge will be sentenced after pleading guilty to violating a defendant’s rights by ordering a deputy sheriff to inflict an electrical shock to him.
Local officials say residents in Maryland and Virginia should keep patient. They are responsible for a lot of roads, so it’ll take time to get roads back to normal.
Firefighters want you to dig out the fire hydrant closest to your house, as well as 3 feet of space around it.
Maryland analysts are scheduled to give lawmakers a fiscal briefing.
Maryland officials say they intend to pursue federal disaster assistance after this weekend’s snowstorm.