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Pugh Gets 3 Years: ‘No One Is More Disappointed Than Me’

Former Baltimore mayor Catherine E. Pugh (D) was sentenced Thursday to three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of fraud and...

Miller, Mosby Spar Over Proposal for AG to Prosecute City Crime

Maryland senators are weighing a bill that would direct an additional $2.5 million to the Office of the Attorney General to fight violent crime...

Bill Seeks Expanded Powers for Morgan State Police

One year after major controversy enveloped legislation to create a private police force at Johns Hopkins University, a late-filed measure in the House of...

Lawmakers Look to Minimize Solitary Confinement in Prisons

Del. Jazz M. Lewis (D-Prince George’s) told the House Judiciary Committee at a Tuesday bill hearing that 75% of Maryland inmates were placed in...

JHU Policing Board Nominee: ‘I’ve Been a Vocal Opponent’

New members of an oversight board for the controversial private police force at Johns Hopkins University told senators on Monday night that they hope...

Poll: Marylanders Want Better Schools But Shy Away From Tax Hikes to Improve Them

The vast majority of Maryland residents believe that teacher salaries are too low and that many school buildings are in poor condition, but there...

David Plymyer: Restoring Trust in Baltimore Police Dept. Is Job No. 1

Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller has said that city officials must stop treating the crime problem in Baltimore as a political hot potato, and...

Hogan, Legislature in Open Warfare Over Crime, Taxes and Communication

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) launched a blistering attack on Democratic lawmakers Thursday, accusing them of blocking vital anti-crime legislation for political purposes...

Former Baltimore Colleagues Eager to See What Federal Judge Does in Roger Stone Case

As U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson prepares to sentence President Trump’s adviser Roger Stone Thursday, friends and former colleagues from Baltimore are eager...

Sen. Cory McCray: Correcting an Injustice

As the Maryland State Senator for the 45th Legislative District, I understand that there’s a phenomenal amount of work to do in education, crime,...