Holiday Season Puts Strain on Families in Need

Food stamp reductions have had serious effects on Maryland food banks.

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.

Maryland Minute Update: November 20, 2013

CNS reporter Ben Oldach updates you on the latest happenings from around the state including the Baltimore “Stop and Frisk” policy, Google paying $1 million to the state of Maryland and a gubernatorial candidate who is in favor of legalizing marijuana.

Candidate Mizeur Proposes to Legalize and Tax Marijuana

Gubernatorial Democratic candidates open to marijuana debate.

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

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.

Brown Surges in Endorsements, Others Downplay the Support

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown added another endorsement to his growing list of sponsors Thursday, but others suggest this support doesn’t make a difference when voters go to the ballot box.

Republican Gubernatorial Candidates to Focus on Economy in Upcoming Election

The three Republican candidates for governor say Maryland’s economy needs improvement.