Carlos Felipa Cordova, 30, from Lima, Peru, received a new prosthetic leg that will allow him to walk, run and even skydive. The device was fitted by Elkridge-based Nascott.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker told a Senate committee Wednesday that a full-fledged casino at National Harbor is in the best interest of the county’s economic development.
Guns and poker. For some, the two may conjure images of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday peering from under long brimmed hats, brows furrowed and sweating, eyes perusing their cards and the fidgety faces of their opponents.
Nathan Krasnopoler was riding his bicycle on West University Parkway in Baltimore when a car turned into a designated bicycle lane and hit the 20-year-old.
A bill would exempt certain fantasy sports competitions from current state gambling regulations, allowing Maryland residents the ability to enter and collect prizes. Currently, some fantasy league organizers like ESPN and CBS, prohibit Marylanders from participating when cash and prizes are at stake.