Several Maryland students and their projects were just featured at the annual White House Science Fair, started by President Obama six years ago.
At the National Arboretum two eagles, Mr. President and The First Lady, have laid two eggs that are expected to hatch mid-March and there’s a 24/7 watch underway.
One local woman takes her decades of dance experience and translates it into a class for a unique sport featuring man’s best friend.
Introduced to both chambers of the General Assembly on Tuesday, the bill would require major animal agriculture companies to pay the cost of properly disposing excess manure on their contract farms.
The secretary of agriculture also warned that avian flu is a threat to Maryland poultry this year, but the state is prepared for an outbreak.
Two new bills could grant protection from civil liability to anyone who removes a child or animal from a hot car.