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Gov. Larry Hogan's Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act of 2015, a bill that includes 32 pages of various funding initiatives -- on spending, tax, and mandate cuts, as well as fund transfers -- had its first hearing Tuesday.
Frederick County resident 16-year-old Treeva Gibson wowed the judges in her recent blind audition for NBC's "The Voice." And now she's hoping to go all the way in the competition.
Since August, most Central American "unaccompanied minors" who came to Maryland over the summer — often to escape gang violence in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — moved into Prince George's and Montgomery counties. School systems say they need more mental health and family counseling to respond to many students' trauma.
Imhotep Simba and Abdul Brannum may have had a brush with the law, but now they're turning their lives around thanks to UMBC's Choice Program that gives troubled teens new opportunities.
STEM education is about to get a lot more fun with the first ever statewide Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Festival that's hoping to turn today's students into tomorrow's innovators.
A group of engineers and Hollywood producers hopes a show featuring a MacGyver-type lead female character will inspire girls to pursue engineering career paths.