Crowding in emergency departments in Maryland is forcing hospitals to request that EMTs divert their patients in ambulances elsewhere.
DNA evidence can free a man from death row, but some local law enforcement agencies aren’t following state rules on DNA evidence reporting.
Gov. Hogan and Democrat legislators push education priorities – charter schools and K-12 funding, respectively – as 2015 legislative session comes to a close.
Divorces in the state could happen more quickly, while protecting children and victims of domestic abuse.
Maryland state delegates took part in playful April Fool’s Day fun on the House floor Tuesday, but also passed bills on subjects far from light.
When a team of workers discovered three lead coffins dating back to the 17th century in the foundation of a long-gone chapel in St. Mary’s City, a remote historical settlement on the southern tip of Maryland and the Chesapeake’s western shore, they were in for a shock.
For the first time in its 43 year history, the Women Legislators of Maryland Caucus has male legislators seated around the table.
Maryland’s Attorney General says he has a bipartisan solution to recoup some of the state’s large budget deficit: crack down on fraud.