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Campaign events for Hogan and Jealous show different strategies

In the months leading up to the election, Jealous has made several stops at the University of Maryland, while Hogan has appeared at a number of parades.

Marylanders react to Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s #SCOTUS confirmation

Both Maryland residents and politicians used Twitter to share their opinions about the recently confirmed Supreme Court Justice.

Jealous’ Facebook audience smaller, more active than Hogan’s

Capital News Service analyzed data from Larry Hogan and Ben Jealous’ Facebook campaign pages from June 26 through Sept. 24.

Find fall fun at Maryland pumpkin patches, apple orchards, corn mazes

It’s October and fall is officially here! Use this map to find pumpkin patches, apple orchards and corn mazes near you.

Hurricane Florence becomes Category 2 storm as it approaches East Coast

Hurricane Florence downgraded to a Category 2 threat as it approached land, but experts say it could still be as dangerous as a Category 5.

Week 1 for local college football teams was highlighted by Maryland and Virginia Tech’s big wins

Maryland and Virginia Tech both scored big wins.

Penn State case sparks debate about anti-hazing laws nationwide

Pennsylvania’s senator Jake Corman and the parents of Timothy Piazza unveiled the Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law, which provides harsher punishments to those who participate in hazing in institutions and organizations.

*NSYNC’s Chasez joins other locals with stars on the Walk of Fame

The group’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star ceremony is set for the end of this month.

Get a pretty pink peek at the cherry blossoms

Today marks the first day of peak bloom for the popular cherry blossom trees in Washington.

Washington’s Awesome Con celebrates ‘geek culture’

Awesome Con, Washington, D.C.’s version of the popular Comic Con, celebrated all things fantasy, science fiction, comics, gaming, movies, toys, games and more.