Recent Articles from Jack Hogan
Gov. Wes Moore praised emergency responders and electrical workers for ensuring that none of the nearly 50 people trapped in their cars in Westminster was seriously injured.
Gov. Wes Moore will mark his fifth trip to Western Maryland since taking office, continuing a travel schedule his office has portrayed as aggressive.
People came to a series of open house meetings with questions about bus rapid transit — one of two options being considered for the revamped Red Line project.
Maryland Treasurer Dereck Davis, who two weeks ago called out the parties involved in Baltimore Orioles stadium lease negotiations for their lack of transparency, reversed course.
A county councilman alleges that Harford County Executive Robert Cassilly spied on him and others.
Maryland's attorney general wants to hire lawyers and investigators who will help prosecute police killings and respond to allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church.
Maryland’s correctional employees have worked more overtime than what is allowed under state policies, a recent audit shows.
President Joe Biden plans to nominate former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley to be commissioner of the Social Security Administration.
Officials are hoping to gain local support for a revived Red Line project in Baltimore through open house meetings, but community organizers say they are dubious of the state’s plans.
While leaders of Chesapeake Bay organizations are optimistic about Gov. Wes Moore’s approach, there are specific changes they’d still like to see.
Maryland is falling short of expectations and national standards in helping people suffering from a gambling problem, a recent legislative report shows.
Maryland's treasurer called on the parties involved in negotiations for the Baltimore Orioles stadium lease to say what is taking so long for a deal to be made.