University of Maryland Students Raise Money for Typhoon Victims

University of Maryland Students Raise Money for Typhoon Victims

Students in UMCP's Filipino Cultural Association have organized a Typhoon Haiyan Benefit Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at the Stamp Student Union Grand Ballroom to raise money for the Philippines Red Cross.

Amazon to Open Giant Distribution Center in Old GM Plant in Baltimore

Amazon to Open Giant Distribution Center in Old GM Plant in Baltimore

Online retail giant Amazon.com plans to open a distribution center in Baltimore, bringing 1,000 new jobs

Carroll County High School Students Get Lesson In Driver Safety

Carroll County High School Students Get Lesson In Driver Safety

Carroll County high school students completed a driving course and field sobriety tests while wearing Fatal Vision Simulation goggles at the MDPS Crime Prevention Institute to learn the dangers of drinking and driving.

Organization Promotes Safe Senior Driving

Organization Promotes Safe Senior Driving

AAA is promoting safe driving and improved comfortability for senior during Older Driver Awareness Week.

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.