Legislation that passed in the Maryland Senate would establish statewide an initiative to provide therapy dogs to child witnesses in circuit court hearings and proceedings.
BALTIMORE – After nearly 150 years of calling Baltimore home, the Preakness Stakes could be leaving the city in 2021, a move that would take one of the area’s biggest party days of the year – and a lot of…
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and four county executives urged President Trump, and Congress, to work together to end the longest shutdown in U.S. history that is affecting their constituents.
ABERDEEN, Maryland— Four people are dead, including the suspect, in a mass shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center Thursday morning in Aberdeen. Three others were injured. Police say the gun used in the attack, a 9-mm Glock handgun, was registered to the suspect. Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler told reporters no shots were fired by law enforcement. It’s the third mass shooting in as many years in Harford County.
Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler was among several sheriffs from Maryland who joined with dozens of other sheriffs from around the country on Capitol Hill Wednesday urging lawmakers to approve legislation they say will increase border security and reform the country’s immigration system.
With the opioid epidemic sweeping the nation, Harford County’s sheriff’s office is raising awareness in a unique way.
Two weeks after the deadly shooting in Harford County that led to a multi-state manhunt, the 911 calls are being released. The suspect, Radee Prince, remains behind bars in Delaware.
It all began Wednesday morning before the business day started at Advanced Granite Solutions in Harford County. Police say that’s when Radee Prince, a recent employee at the business, opened fire killing three people and injuring two more. By Wednesday evening tips from the public helped with bringing Prince into custody.
Police were searching for 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince who was suspected of shooting five of his coworkers, killing three. Prince was later apprehended by police in Newark, Delaware just after 7 p.m. last evening.
DENTON, Maryland — If there is one hopeful thing about Maryland’s opioid crisis, it’s that no one is denying the obvious. “Very honestly nothing is working,” said Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins. “It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen.” For rural…