Maryland

Masks or face coverings will now be required to be worn in Maryland grocery stores, pharmacies and public transportation, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday. All store staff members also must wear face coverings and implement social distancing measures as well.   According to news reports, 10,032 cases have been confirmed and 349 people with […]

UPDATE 11/4/19 10:30 PM EST: Police revealed additional details Monday surrounding the fatal stabbing of a man inside of an Oxon Hill, MD Popeyes. A call came in about the fight over the chicken sandwich around 7 p.m. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man in the parking lot suffering from stab […]

Maryland’s Carroll County school officials temporarily suspended field trips to Baltimore, citing increasing violence in the city.

Trump's base branded angry tweets in opposition to a federal judge's decision with #BoycottHawaii, but most social media users weren't having it.

The letter reflected on how President Obama’s daughters have gracefully come into their own over the past eight years and it provided advice on how to adjust to life after living in the White House.

A racist Maryland sheriff resigns under intense pressure. An investigation found that he bullied and used racial epithets against Blacks and Jews in his department.

A Black Maryland middle school student recorded a video of her classmates chanting a racist slur on their school bus. The video went viral, and adds more evidence of growing student incivility.

It started out as an ordinary day. Reneita Smith picked up her bus full of elementary school students this week  – all 20 of them as she made her rounds in the Maryland suburb of College Park. But it soon turned frightening. Smith’s bus caught on fire, potentially trapping the kids inside as the bus […]

The ask for a Harriet Tubman statue has been brought forth before but failed in 2012 and 2013.

The Court of Special Appeals in Maryland, the state’s second-highest court, has ordered another trial and restored charges against a man from Northwest Baltimore who was acquitted in the murder of North Carolina native Phylicia Barnes. The court says Circuit Judge John Addison Howard committed a mistake in January 2015 when he acquitted Michael Johnson of […]

After causing a stir for attempting to auction off the firearm used to kill Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman is still determined to sell the gun. According to reports, Zimmerman will repost the gun on an auction site for the third time. When he first put the firearm on the auction block, he priced the gun […]

The motion was filed last Thursday (March 31) at the Baltimore City Circuit Court to have Garrett Miller testify at Nero's trial, which will begin May 10. The order was filed since Miller will most likely refuse to take the stand because of his right against self-incrimination, says the report. Prosecutors dealt with similar issues in the case of Officer William Porter.