Legislators Tackle Megan’s Law, Gun, Drunken-Driving Bills in January

ANNAPOLIS – Megan’s Law, requiring sex offenders to register with police, as well as more gun control and drunken driving restrictions will be on the Maryland General Assembly’s justice agenda when it reconvenes next month

Green Party Lawyer Stumbled into Civil Rights

ANNAPOLIS – Frank Dunbaugh, 71, a retired lawyer, unknowingly integrated Florida hotels for a few days in the 1950s, fought for voting rights and desegregated schools in the South, headed the first integrated Washington, D

Skyway Airlines Becomes Third Carrier to Join BWI since Sept. 11

ANNAPOLIS – Skyway Airlines will become the third carrier in three months to begin service at Baltimore/Washington International Airport, offering nonstop flights roundtrip to Milwaukee beginning Jan

Maryland Green Party Questions Constitutionality of Ballot Access Restrictions

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s ballot access restrictions for alternative political parties stifle party development and limit the number of candidates they can support, the Maryland Green Party told a packed Court of Appeals Thursday

Attorney General Warns Retailers to Stop Selling Cigarettes to Minors

ROCKVILLE – Maryland Attorney General J

Airline Detector Differences Prompt Passenger Unease

ANNAPOLIS – For five years since a bad fall, Gaye Gould, a lawyer from Phoenix, Ariz

Maryland Gets $525,000 From Bridgestone/Firestone Settlement

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland recently received more than $500,000 from a $51

Maryland Unites Police, Rescue Crews With High-Tech Transmissions

LAUREL – Maryland police, fire and rescue workers will try out technology that should enable them to communicate more effectively during disasters like the Sept

BWI to be First East Coast Airport With New Explosive Detectors

ANNAPOLIS – Baltimore/Washington International Airport officials hope to have four state-of-the-art explosive detection machines in place before Thanksgiving, making it the first East Coast airport to have such technology

Artist Shreds Maryland Flag to Raise Death Penalty Awareness

ANNAPOLIS – Thirty-eight states have capital punishment, and Randall Sinner, 48, plans to visit the capitals of every one to raise awareness about the issue through his art