Baltimore ushers in a new era with 50th mayor Catherine Pugh

Stephanie Rawlings Blake passed the torch today as former state senator Catherine Pugh was finally sworn in as the new mayor of Baltimore.

Trump’s campaign rhetoric worries criminal justice reformers

President-elect Trump promised on the campaign trail to be the ‘law and order president.’ But with no specific criminal justice policy proposals, minority communities are worried what this will mean for the potential for reform.

Health groups, school children ask Hogan for more tobacco control funding

BALTIMORE – Several health groups, Senator Nathaniel McFadden and students on the City Springs debate team gathered to plead with Governor Hogan for more funding for Maryland’s tobacco control program.

U.S Capitol dome renovations unveiled

After two and a half years of construction, the Capitol Building Dome is finally free of scaffolding. The Architect of the Capitol says its unveiling has a deeper meaning than most may think.

Thousands of released felons are voting again in Maryland

Gregory Carpenter was incarcerated for more than 20 years. He’s out on parole and a new Maryland law now allows him to vote in this election.

ELECTION NIGHT: Europeans keep close watch on American presidential election

Americans aren’t the only ones keeping tabs on the presidential race. Europeans keep watch to find out which candidate will become America’s next president.

Likelihood of an all-male Maryland delegation looms over election

With Maryland senator Barbara Mikulski retiring after this session and Congressman Chris Van Hollen expected to fill her seat, Maryland is looking at an all-male delegation in the U.S. Congress for the first time in 35 years.

Harford County teaches teens the dangers of distracted driving

FALLSTON, Maryland – As part of National Teen Driver Safety Week, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler and other officers greeted high schoolers to spread awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.

Maryland officials honor Gold Star families

ABERDEEN – Last year, the Fallen Star memorial for soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice was unveiled art Aberdeen Proving Ground.  Now, a Gold Star Mother statue has been added to the memorial to honor the families of those left…

Official predicts largest turnout since Maryland started early voting

On the first day of early voting, Marylanders were excited to have their voices heard. But some are still jaded by the negativity surrounding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.