No trees, no shade, no relief as climate heats up

Poor neighborhoods in Baltimore have far less tree canopy than wealthier neighborhoods.

Maryland’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities At a Major Crossroads

Has the state has done enough to improve HBCUs by helping them to attract more diverse student bodies?

Secrecy and Defense Concerns Surround Cell Phone Trackers

Maryland police evaded the court system with their use of a secretive technology that mimics a cell phone tower to track a person’s movement.

Live Results: Maryland Primary Election 2016

We’re updating election results live.

GOP Election Upset: Hogan Defeats Dem Anthony Brown to Become Gov

See the full results of the 2014 election on our special election page.

Slideshow: Maryland’s Week at the GOP Convention

After an exhausting week, Maryland delegates leave Tampa fired up.

With New Teacher Contract, Lots of Unknowns

Baltimore is the first district in Maryland that plans to pay teachers based largely on their evaluations and student performance, as opposed to seniority.

University of Maryland Students Construct Solar Decathlon Home

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Imagine a house surrounded by manmade wetlands.  On one wall, native fruits grow off vines.  Inside is a waterfall to promote humidity control, and water runs under the house’s middle to filter storm runoff. That’s the…

With Murder Toll Mounting, Residents Live in Fear in Langley Park

LANGLEY PARK, Md. – Jorge Sactic said when he leaves his bakery at a shopping center on University Boulevard, he hurries to get into his car. He does not linger outside La Union mall after dark. He does not make…