Special Reports

Young people, like those at Hogan’s New Hampshire visit, may be key 2020 targets

GOFFSTOWN, New Hampshire – As Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan weighs whether to mount a primary challenge to Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president in 2020, he might want to look to young voters to boost his chances. Among…

Behind Closed Doors: Sex trafficking in Maryland

COLLEGE PARK–There’s an entire psychology behind trafficking that forms the foundation for a business model of selling sex. Undercover detectives explain how it works and why traffickers choose Maryland over other areas.

Undocumented violence: one immigrant’s story

Domestic abuse is a silent crime in the state of Maryland, particularly among undocumented Hispanic immigrants. One woman such woman tells us her story.

Pope Francis arrives in the U.S. to excited crowds

Pope Francis arrived for his first visit to the United States Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, and was greeted with a lively welcome from President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, and their daughters, along with various priests and officials from the U.S. archdioceses and the DeMatha Catholic High School band.

Three Coffins, That Bring Life to Early Maryland History, Welcomed Home

When a team of workers discovered three lead coffins dating back to the 17th century in the foundation of a long-gone chapel in St. Mary’s City, a remote historical settlement on the southern tip of Maryland and the Chesapeake’s western shore, they were in for a shock.

Hogan, Franchot Share Concerns Over Procurement, School Maintenance at Governor’s First Public Works Meeting

At his first Board of Public Works meeting, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan found an ally in Comptroller Peter Franchot, who supported the governor’s increased focus on school maintenance over replacement, and reforming the state’s contract-award process.

Maryland lawmakers propose tax credits for pet adoption

Accidents Between Cyclists and Drivers Rise in Maryland

Accidents between cars and bicyclists in Maryland increased sharply over the last five years, according to a Capital News Service analysis of crash data.

Montgomery County Celebrates Snapshot Day 2013

Libraries in Montgomery County received by bipartisan support on Snapshot Day last Wednesday. The American Library Association’s Snapshot Day provides a way for libraries across the country to show the public what happens in a single day.

Smith Islanders Angered by State Action

Smith Island residents believe the Maryland government is looking to abandon their home. Now, they’re fighting back.