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Baltimore Entrepreneur’s Guilty Plea Provides Window Into Glenn’s Bribery Case

Baltimore businessman Lance A. Lucas pleaded guilty Monday on charges surrounding the bribery of former Del. Cheryl D. Glenn (D-Baltimore City), confessing publicly to...

CROWN Act Likely to Come Out on Top

In February, Montgomery County became the first county in the U.S. to ban discrimination based on hairstyle.Now, Maryland appears poised to join Virginia and...

Senate Panel Moves Compromise Package on Crime-Fighting

After days of wrangling, Maryland senators are moving forward with a bipartisan package of bills aimed at addressing crime in the city of Baltimore.The...

Lawmakers Rev Up Bill to Crush Errant Cruisers in Ocean City

Sen. Mary Beth Carozza (R-Lower Shore) showed a three-minute video compilation to the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Wednesday of an Ocean City unrecognizable: Drivers...

Three Wrongfully Convicted Men Each Awarded $2.9M in Damages

By Kevin BrownThe Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a total of about $8.7 million in compensation for three wrongfully convicted men.Alfred...

Poll Shows Wide Support for ‘Infant Lifetime Care Trust’

As the Senate Finance Committee prepares to hold a hearing Thursday on a bill that would create a fund to provide lifetime treatment for...

Police Accountability Is a Public Safety Measure, Lawmakers Argue

A grieving Antone Black sat before the House Judiciary Committee in Annapolis Tuesday with tears in his eyes.He described his son Anton: A model...

Maryland Courts Now Require Parenting Plan in Custody Cases

Divorce is difficult for anyone, but especially for a child — now, Maryland courts are requiring parents in custody cases to file a written...

Del. Walker, Arrested for DWI, Temporarily Relinquishes Leadership Post

Del. Jay Walker (D-Prince George’s), who is facing DUI and DWI charges after being stopped by the Charles County Sheriff's Department Sunday morning, called...

Frank DeFilippo: Sheila Dixon and the Well-Worn Road to Political Redemption

If Sheila Dixon wins a return engagement as the next mayor of Baltimore – and it appears as if she very well could –...