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Media Watch: The Gabby Petito Disappearance

Student media reporters analyze network coverage of the Gabby Petito disappearance.

Thousands of Marylanders face animal bites and rabies exposure each year

Those seeking treatment for possible rabies exposure in Maryland should go to an emergency department for medical evaluation and treatment associated with a bite or serious injury, according to the state health department.

Hogan announces budget framework for surplus

The five-point plan includes boosting the state’s rainy-day fund, tax relief for retirees, tax relief for Marylanders, help for underserved people, and “enhancement” for state employees — likely in the form of compensation.

The state of LGBTQ laws and policies across the United States

Over 250 anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in state legislatures this year according to the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ advocacy group. At least 35 of these bills would affect gender-affirming medical care for transgender youth, and at least 69…

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Helping the homeless: How Maryland is attempting to vaccinate one of its most vulnerable communities

Those experiencing homlessness are an extremely vulnerable community, during a pandemic, they’re at even greater risk. Here’s how Maryland is trying to combat the problem.

The University of Maryland announces its plans to reopen campus for the Fall 2021 semester

College Park, Md.- On Wednesday, the University of Maryland announced it plans to reopen campus in the Fall, with an idea of when certain restrictions will be lifted in coordination with Prince George’s County. Their timeline also shows vaccines will…

Bias training bill passes in Maryland Legislature

A bill that would, among other things, mandate healthcare workers participate in implicit bias training, is on the desk of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, R.