In Maryland, police departments must report whom they stop and search. But the statistics police departments around the state are filing are incomplete and unreliable.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Bills on the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration’s access to birth certificates; airplane passenger safety; e-cigarette sales; classroom cellphone use; tuition for those in foster care; and venison donations were heard Wednesday by legislators in Annapolis. A Senate panel is weighing ...Read More »
Anne Arundel County opened police and fire stations to anyone seeking treatment for drug addiction, teaming up law enforcement, the state’s attorney’s office and a 24-hour crisis team.Read More »
WASHINGTON – Last year, Maryland had the 13th-most sex trafficking cases in the country with 161, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. This year, the hotline reported 61 sex trafficking cases in the state as of June 30. ...Read More »
HANOVER — The Maryland State Highway Administration is preparing for winter with improved technology that the agency said will clear roads more efficiently, curb salt usage and provide more information to drivers. The highway agency on Wednesday demonstrated an infrared ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The state of Maryland has decided to reduce the large-scale oyster restoration project goal in the Little Choptank River after boaters ran aground at another sanctuary and some of the man-made reefs there had to be rebuilt. The sanctuaries ...Read More »