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The first presumed case of human monkeypox in Maryland in 2022 was identified Thursday, just weeks after being found in D.C. and Virginia.

More than 400,000 mail-in ballots have been sent to eligible Maryland voters as of Monday, as the state hits the high gear for primary election season.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said there are multiple victims after a shooting near Smithsburg, a town about 20 minutes from Hagerstown.

The report was sent to the Maryland Center for School Safety about five months after a student was critically injured after being shot in a bathroom.

Cypress Branch State Park in Kent County and Bohemia River State Park in Cecil County opened in April.

The new law requires personal identification numbers for all unserialized firearms and unfinished frames and receivers, commonly referred to as ghost guns.

Gun dealers and a Second Amendment advocacy group are seeking to overturn a law that requires gun sellers to hand out include pamphlets on suicide prevention and conflict resolution.

With a new name and new players, the Washington Commanders are looking for a new home.

A person fills a car with gasoline from a green pump

Maryland drivers may have gotten used to not having to pay the state’s 36 cent gas tax. But it comes to an end on Sunday.

The group designing and building the Purple Line announced it has secured funding to complete construction of the light rail line in suburban Maryland with a new contractor.