A Prince George's County judge is heading to Kenya, where he will become the first American to serve full-time on a UN tribunal, which handles employment issues.
A man who served nearly eight years in prison for a rape he didn’t commit is set to receive more than $800,000 as compensation the Maryland Board of Public Works approved.
An Anne Arundel County jury awarded $8.5 million to a woman who contracted genital herpes from a former boyfriend, the woman's lawyer said.
Maryland State Comptroller Brooke Lierman joins Sloane Brown to talk about how she's been settling into her new job — and what surprises she’s already encountered.
The email went out on Wednesday evening: Leo Wise, an assistant U.S. attorney known for major corruption prosecutions, would be the guest speaker at a June 1 memorial dinner for Baltimore’s law clubs. By the next morning, the dinner was scrapped and Charles Blomquist, a Baltimore circuit judge who had emailed his club’s members about […]
Gov. Wes Moore signed into law Tuesday a group of gun control bills that included increased penalties for illegal gun possession, a policy that was advocated by Baltimore State’s Attorney Ivan Bates over the objection of criminal justice reform advocates. The policy, which was folded into a larger piece of legislation regulating guns, increases the […]
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore on Tuesday signed off on new restrictions for who can purchase guns and where people can bring them, immediately prompting a lawsuit from the Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association, which assists the National Rifle Association at the state level.
Less than one week into her campaign for U.S. Senate, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has a coalition of Democratic officials backing her.
A new audit revealed various deficiencies in the Maryland Office of State Procurement under former Gov. Larry Hogan.
It remains a question whether Gov. Wes Moore will become the first Maryland governor in more than 100 years to not veto a single bill.
The Maryland Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit from a group of internet providers who challenged the state's first-in-the-nation digital ad tax.
Baltimore defense attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell is asking the entire 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to consider tossing his money-laundering conviction, the latest effort by the once-prominent lawyer to avoid federal prison. In a petition filed Tuesday, Ravenell asked the appeals court for an en banc review of last month‘s decision by a three-judge […]