Judge denies defense motion to limit crime-scene video in Capital Gazette case

Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Laura Ripken denied a defense motion to exclude most of the crime-scene video from the June 2018 Capital Gazette mass shooting site during a hearing Wednesday.

Attorneys argue over crime-scene video, other motions, at Capital Gazette hearing

Jarrod Ramos in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, during a motions hearing.

Md. Revenue Estimates board updates tax projections

The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates voted unanimously Thursday to increase the state’s projected revenues for the current fiscal year by just under $130 million, but cautioned that the uptick “is not indicative of long-term economic growth.”

Md. lawmakers, AG question DeVos on loan forgiveness program

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and a coalition of state lawmakers have asked U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos why so many people are being denied by the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

Bartlett’s first stint at Md. Statehouse highlights her passion to help the vulnerable

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Years after volunteering for the gubernatorial and Senate campaigns of Douglas Wilder and Barbara Mikulski, J. Sandy Bartlett had a conversation that would prove to be life-changing. Bartlett had been approached by then-state Sen. James E. DeGrange…

Anne Arundel Co. campaign finance bill awaits governor’s signature

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A campaign finance bill designed to allow Anne Arundel County officials to limit contributions developers make to local races is awaiting the governor’s signature. The measure could impact the ability of developers to donate to incumbents and…

Annapolis-based nonprofit seeks funds to make sailing more accessible

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Paul Bollinger can recall many memories that exemplify the work his organization, Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating, does for people with disabilities. But one sticks with him. About a year ago, CRAB gave a sailing lesson to an…

Spokesman for Anthony Brown ‘confident’ he will seek re-election

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Democratic  Rep. Anthony Brown has more than $517,000 in the bank heading into the next campaign cycle, according to year-end reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, and a spokesman said he is confident the Maryland…