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The three-member board also gives final approval to a master agreement that allows the state to take over horse racing, the Preakness and redevelop Pimlico Race Course.

Gary Washington spent 31 years in prison for a 1987 shooting he did not commit.

The nearly $9.5 million is the second payment in less than a year. Union officials demand accountability.

Settlement coming to the Board of Public Works is the second from the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services as part of a federal wage-theft investigation dating back to former Gov. Larry Hogan.

Once considered ‘a retirement home,’ Davis sees treasurer’s office as a door to another position but vows he will voluntarily observe fundraising blackouts imposed on others for the 90-day legislative session.

Board approves conversion of contractual positions as well as compensation to a man wrongfully convicted of rape and sexual assault.

Davis expresses concern over contract with a Montana-based company; Moore says new audit highlights the “brokenness” that existed in the government he inherited.

At Board of Public Works, governor condemns shooting that left five injured at Morgan State University, says agreement with the Baltimore Orioles “has not been fairly covered.”

The Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to approve $150 million in contracts that could one day lead to a widening of the American…

Treasurer Dereck Davis urges state agencies to threaten to rebid contracts to pressure providers to increase the the percentage of racially diverse and women-owned businesses.