More Maryland Articles

  • Memorial to be held for slain transgender woman

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A memorial service for a transgender woman who was killed in Baltimore in early July will be held Saturday. A group will gather at The Spiritual Empowerment Center in Charles Village at 1 p.m. to celebrate the life of 26-year-old Mia Henderson, born Kevin Long, who was found...

  • Hogan to discuss business on boardwalk

    OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) — Republican Larry Hogan is scheduled to talk about restoring the state's economy. Hogan, who is running for governor, will be speaking on the boardwalk in Ocean City on Friday. He'll be focusing on Worcester County, where the summer unemployment rate is higher than the...

  • Judge rules case on blind ballot tool to continue

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge says he has heard enough evidence that disabled residents can't take full advantage of absentee voting to press ahead with a lawsuit filed by the National Federation of the Blind against the state of Maryland. U.S. District Judge Richard Bennett denied a request...

  • Parents charged with leaving 6-year-old alone

    TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Baltimore County Police have charged the parents of a 6-year-old boy after he was found alone in a Towson motel room. Police were called to the Welcome Inn on Aug. 7 after a maintenance worker found the child on the kitchen floor in a room. Authorities say the boy was taken...

  • Baltimore's Tuesday rainfall highest since 1933

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Not since 1933 has Baltimore recorded a rainfall that matched Tuesday's deluge. Meteorologist Jason Elliott with the National Weather Service said that the 6.3 inches recorded at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is the highest total recorded for the...

  • Maryland trooper pulls man from bridge wall

    PORT DEPOSIT, Md. (AP) — Maryland State Police say a trooper saved the life of a man who appeared about to jump off a 90-foot bridge. Saturday's incident on the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge in Port Deposit was recorded by Trooper Joshua Kim's dashboard camera. Kim tells WBAL Radio that...

  • Fraternal Order of Police endorses Brown

    SOLOMONS, Md. (AP) — The Maryland State Fraternal Order of Police has endorsed Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in the governor's race. Incoming FOP president Vince Canales says the 20,000-member group endorsed Brown, a Democrat, at its convention Wednesday in Solomons. Canales says 60 percent of members...

  • Rape case at Hopkins prompts federal investigation

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal investigation into Johns Hopkins University was spurred by a complaint about the school's response to accusations that a woman was gang raped at a fraternity house, according to an advocate who helped file the complaint. University officials said Tuesday that the...

  • Ballots for blind residents case heard in court

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal lawsuit to require the state of Maryland to provide online absentee ballots designed to protect the privacy of blind and disabled voters went before a federal judge on Wednesday. The ballot-marking system enables the blind to mark their voting selections on a...

  • Rewards of $27,000 offered for info in slaying

    HANOVER, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County police are hoping that rewards totaling up to $27,000 will lead to the arrest of a man who shot and killed a gas station clerk during a robbery. Forty-nine-year-old Rajinder Kumar of Glen Burnie was shot Aug. 7 at an Exxon station in Hanover. The crime...

  • Manhattan Moment: Maryland's motor vehicle bureaucracy needs an overhaul

    My adventure with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration began May 28, when a high school senior rammed into the side of my 1995 Jeep. I learned not only how strong was my Jeep, but how totally inefficient is Maryland's Department of Motor Vehicles.

  • VIDEO: Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley 'seriously considering' 2016 bid

    Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Monday night he is seriously considering a run for president in 2016 that could potentially put him up against Democratic perceived frontrunner Hillary Clinton.

  • Strict anti-gun laws are costing blue states gunmakers' business

    Beretta USA announced last week that it will relocate from Maryland to Tennessee, explaining that stringent gun laws supported by Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley would make it nearly impossible for the company to manufacture or sell many of its products in the Old Line State.

  • Would the last person leaving blue Maryland please turn out the lights?

    At least 160 Marylanders are about to lose their jobs because of the constitutional myopia of the state's corrupt liberal Democratic establishment. It's a sad illustration of the dire results of one-party rule.



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