Md. Delegate Looks to Outlaw 3-D Gun Printing

Md. Delegate Looks to Outlaw 3-D Gun Printing

A Maryland Delegate hopes that by 2014, the 3-D printing of firearms parts will be illegal in the state.

Gov. O’Malley Optimistic About State’s Health Care Exchange Progress

Gov. O’Malley Optimistic About State’s Health Care Exchange Progress

Gov. Martin O’Malley was the latest Maryland official to address the lagging performance of the state’s health care exchange.

U.S. Drive-Ins Face Obstacles, Maryland’s Lone Theater Stays Afloat

U.S. Drive-Ins Face Obstacles, Maryland’s Lone Theater Stays Afloat

Drive-in theaters struggle to convert to the digital age with economic woes, but one outdoor Baltimore theater is staying positive

Pre-K Initiative Allows Children to Get a Head Start in PG County

Pre-K Initiative Allows Children to Get a Head Start in PG County

Pre-school is being called an essential part of a child's educational development, but many families are unable to afford it.

Voter Poll Shows Brown Ahead of Gansler, Partisan Agreement on Shutdown

Voter Poll Shows Brown Ahead of Gansler, Partisan Agreement on Shutdown

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown was 20 percentage points ahead of Attorney General David Gansler in the governor's race as likely voters provided insight to public opinion on Maryland and national politics in a new poll.

New Maryland Driving Laws Take Effect

New Maryland Driving Laws Take Effect

Several new state driving laws, including a law banning hand-held cell phones, took effect at the beginning of October.

Advocacy Group Says Maryland Falls Behind Other States in Minimum Wage

Advocacy Group Says Maryland Falls Behind Other States in Minimum Wage

Maryland is the fifth most expensive state to live in, but the state falls behind others when it comes to minimum wage, according to advocates who hope the legislature will increase the state minimum wage.

Md. Senate Gives Final Approval, Gun Legislation Headed to Gov. O’Malley

Md. Senate Gives Final Approval, Gun Legislation Headed to Gov. O’Malley

The Maryland Senate gave final approval Thursday to strict gun control legislation. The bill will now go to Gov. Martin O'Malley for his signature.

Annapolis Quiet at Start of House Gun Debate

Annapolis Quiet at Start of House Gun Debate

The House of Delegates is expected to vote this week on Gov. Martin O'Malley's gun control bill.

Prince George’s Delegates Split on Proposed County Education Bill

Prince George’s Delegates Split on Proposed County Education Bill

Following the introduction of a bill in the Senate that would alter the current power structure in Prince George's County's school system, some in the House expressed opposition to it while others believe giving County Executive Rushern L. Baker III more authority may be the way to improve the county's schools.