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Correctional Officers, Inmates Charged With Smuggling Drugs, Cell Phones Into Prison

A federal grand jury charged nine individuals for a racketeering conspiracy relating to contraband smuggled into the Chesapeake Detention Facility in Baltimore City.Robert K....

Frosh, Trone: More Needed After Justice Department Settlement With Purdue Pharma

In pleading guilty to a wide range of federal crimes, the company at the center of the nation’s long-running opioid crisis publicly acknowledged wronging...

Frederick Man Arrested for Threatening to Kill Biden, Harris

A Frederick man is facing federal charges after leaving a note threatening to harm and kill former vice president Joe Biden and U.S. Sen....

State Providing Funds to Connect At-Risk Teens With Mental Health Services

The Maryland Department of Juvenile Services announced Tuesday that it has received over $100,000 in grant funding to connect at-risk kids and young adults...

Md. Student Chosen for National Board of Gun Violence Prevention Organization

A Maryland high school student whose family moved to Bethesda after a mass shooting at her father’s former workplace will serve on the national...

ICE Releases Undocumented Immigrant Who Was Arrested on Montgomery Co. Church Grounds

An undocumented immigrant who was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents on the grounds of a Montgomery County church last month...

U.S. Attorney Tabs Veteran Prosecutor to Monitor Election Fraud, Voter Intimidation in Md.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Leo J. Wise will handle complaints about voter intimidation and fraud in Maryland during the ongoing election, officials announced Friday. Wise, a...

House Police Reform Panel Recommends LEOBR Repeal, New Accountability Measures

The House Workgroup to Address Police Accountability in Maryland voted to recommend full repeal of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights at its...

Montgomery Co. Leads Md. in Reports of Hate-Bias Incidents

Montgomery County tops the state in the number of hate crimes and bias incidents reported in 2019, according to a report compiled by the...

Judge Steven Platt: Does Judicial Philosophy Matter?

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and the rapid nomination of a replacement with a different judicial philosophy should remind both those who...