No. 23 Maryland overcame a sluggish start to beat Loyola of Chicago 55-41 on Saturday. See photos.
Maryland, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are suing the federal government over the Republican-led tax overhaul.
Would you give your toddler a candy bar? The CDC said parents of young children might be consuming that much added sugar over the course of an average day. The extra sugar is linked to numerous health problems later in life.
Rum aged on a historic wartime ship? That’s what one Maryland distillery is making. And it turns out, the rocking of a boat is the secret ingredient for a flavorful rum.
Leaders from every public school district in Maryland have been invited to a statewide school safety summit later this month.
Currently, freezing credit is free, but credit bureaus can charge consumers $5 every time they want to lift the freeze. And in the wake of the Equifax breach, consumers have been freezing and thawing their credit more often than normal.
Lawmakers in Annapolis are calling attention to a gender diversity deficiency in Maryland’s boardrooms and influential private sector companies.
Maryland State Police will host the “Maryland’s Finest Fitness Challenge,” designed by experienced state police officers, on April 7 in Assateague State Park.
There were raised voices and sharp words at a Friday hearing in Annapolis to consider changes to Maryland’s alcohol laws.
A female student said she was touched inappropriately by a male chaperone at a middle school dance in St. Mary’s County.
A Richmond, Va. federal appeals court has found that President Donald Trump’s latest ban on travelers from six largely Muslim countries is unconstitutional.
The shooting death of the unidentified man Tuesday ended a 12-day streak when Baltimore did not record a single homicide.
Maryland Del. Marc Korman wants to standardize how long a traffic light will stay yellow. Under current law, a yellow light has to last for three and a half seconds if there’s a speed camera at the intersection. However, some municipalities haven’t always adhered to that law.
When predictions of snow pop up, every parent wonders: Will the kids have school in the morning or not? Here’s how these local schools officials decide.
While most laws in both states take effect in either July or October, there are handful of new laws that kicked in on Jan. 1. Here’s a brief look at some of them.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.