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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan planned to offer updates on the state's response to the coronavirus during a State House news conference on Thursday.

Dozens of Maryland laws are going into effect, including protections against discrimination based on hairstyles and a provision that makes the use of a noose or swastika a hate crime.

The city’s investigation, which stemmed from a complaint relating to the murals' removal, took a deeper look at the city’s park ranger program. It uncovered other incidents of misconduct, for which at least two Recreation and Parks employees were terminated.

State authorities announced on Thursday an indictment of 19 people alleged to be part of a criminal organization led by Baltimore rapper Lor X. They added that the arrests were related to last summer's fatal shooting of former basketball start Gerald Brown.

A midshipman facing expulsion following an investigation of racist tweets he sent over the summer sued the Naval Academy Wednesday, claiming it is violating his constitutional rights of free speech and a fair and impartial hearing.

Tenants at Aspen Heights Towson, an apartment complex that partnered with Towson University to offer housing for college students, still have no answers on when they’ll be allowed to move into apartments.

Some like it baked, some like it strictly stovetop but everyone likes it hot, creamy and oh-so cheesy. Here are 25 gooey, melty, irresistible recipes for our favorite comfort food — macaroni and cheese.

But while the report praised the department’s response to the protests, its authors added that the ongoing issue of Baltimore police’s antiquated records-keeping system continues to make it difficult to measure whether the consent decree has made a measurable impact on officer conduct.

While the general public is not permitted to attend Saturday’s 145th Preakness Stakes because of the coronavirus pandemic, local horse racing enthusiasts can still place wagers on their favorite horses.

A year after restorative practices was implemented in those test schools suspensions are down by 44% and surveys show relationships between teachers and students in those schools have improved, according to a Johns Hopkins University researcher.

In Tuesday's debate, Trump again accused Biden of wanting to "defund the police," a problematic term that has been easily weaponized by Trump and the right against Biden and the left. Let's go over the true meaning of this phrase as it could apply to Baltimore.

Johns Hopkins scientists are working on the next wave of antibody tests that will make it quicker and easier to see whether people ever had the coronavirus.

A Virginia man faces criminal charges and almost two dozen traffic violations after Maryland Transportation Authority Police said he drove doughnuts on the Bay Bridge Sunday.

The former Morgan State standout point guard becomes the second active woman to be hired as a full-time assistant coach for an NCAA Division I men’s basketball program.

As the wrecking ball continues making its way through the lugubrious and now-closed Maryland Penitentiary that squats for several blocks on East Forrest Street in Baltimore, it’s time to recall the adventures of “Tunnel Joe” Holmes, the only resident of the institution who ever successfully dug his way to temporary freedom, and was returned there after pulling off a stickup in Mount Vernon.

Hot property: The multi-lot property at 1040 Benning Road in Galesville is listed at $2,775,000.

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