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Aruna Miller

More than three dozen people died in Maryland last month as the result of motor vehicle crashes in the state. The new data from…

“We must do a better job of ensuring that when a Marylander walks into any doctor’s office, that they can get connected to contraceptive care,” he added.

A highway work zone safety task force calls for increased fines, enforcement, public awareness campaigns and a mascot in an effort to reduce deaths.

Twelve people spoke at a celebratory press conference in Prince George’s County that will be home to the future FBI headquarters.

In the 125 years later, the Maryland Public Health Laboratory now has an operating budget of $52.3 million and conducted about 9.3 million tests in 2023 for a variety of needs.

Six lieutenant governors from across the country joined gun violence prevention advocates to share their stories and offer solutions at a policy discussion event…

The governor’s endorsement comes nearly seven months before the May 14 primary election.

Lawmakers in one committee are being reminded not to operate a vehicle while attending virtual briefings. House Health and Government Operations Committee Chair Joseline…

Highway safety workgroup considers increased fines, more speed cameras and more day-time construction activity in effort to reduce injuries and deaths.

“It was enlightening and it was inspiring. The pain that so many in our trans community and our LGBTQIA+ community are enduring is real,” Moore told Maryland Matters.