Maryland Universities Help Student Veterans

More and more veterans coming home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are signing up for college.

Ebooks Emerging on College Campuses

At the University of Maryland, many professors are suggesting students purchase online versions of textbooks in order to cut costs and decrease the burden of carrying their books.

Same-Sex Marriage Fight to Return to Maryland

The contentious legislative battle over same-sex marriage ended only a few months ago, but opponents and advocates have already started preparing to fight for their cause in the 2012 legislative session.

UMCP Athletic Department Criticized on Debt

University of Maryland students, donors and staff offered up suggestions on Monday on how to reduce the Maryland Athletic Department’s growing deficit.

Police Officers Indicted for MD Student Beating

Video by Brendan Ponton/CNS-TV COLLEGE PARK– Two Prince George’s County police officers have been indicted for their roles in the 2010 beating of a Maryland student, according to Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks. The officers, Reginald Baker and…

Timeline: Maryland Fans’ History of Bad Behavior

University of Maryland officials this week reminded students to be on their best behavior at sporting events after a fan yelled an obscene word at an 11-year-old Terps fan after he mistakenly cheered for the University of Miami at a football game earlier this month.

Maryland Student Loan Defaults Increase

The percentage of borrowers in the state that defaulted on their federal student loans within the first two years of repayment rose from 6.7 percent in 2008 to 7.8 percent in 2009.

Maryland Feels Sting of National Poverty Spike

Experts say national poverty numbers released Tuesday morning are already out of date and could be getting worse, even as Maryland hit a poverty rate of 10.8 percent, the highest in nearly two decades, according to a report by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Military Remembers 9/11 at Fort Meade, Md.

Members of the armed services joined with civilians before the dawn on Friday, Sept. 9 on the grounds of Fort Meade, Md. to remember the 9/11 attacks.