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Governor’s decision to lift restrictions on carrying concealed weapons in Maryland left law enforcement agencies and policymakers scrambling.

A superseding indictment from a federal grand jury alleges that Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s former chief of staff forged a “memorandum” from the…

By Valerie Bonk This week marks the 4th anniversary of the deadly mass shooting that took the lives of five people at the Capital Gazette…

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a New York law that made it illegal to carry a firearm in public without showing a special need for protection — throwing into doubt the legal status of a similar Maryland law.

People of color make up 43% of Maryland’s Court of Appeals, which is the state’s highest court, while 57% of the justices are women.

A widely anticipated hearing Thursday by the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol alleged two groups supporting…

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

On Wednesday night, the House passed 223-204 a package of eight bills relating to gun control.

The son of a Black woman shot and killed by a white supremacist begged members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to…

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.