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Dr. Scott Klein began his new position as the CEO and president of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in July.
Sep 13, 2023

New CEO at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital focused on service to patients 

Dr. Scott Klein spoke about what drew him to the pediatrics field and his goals for his new position at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.

Sep 12, 2023

End of auto-charging children as adults in Md. hinges on DJS, lawmaker says

The Department of Juvenile Services has renewed its call for the end of automatically charging children as adults for certain offenses.

"We believe that these protections are constitutional and that they will give the media and the general public what they have a right to have, but still provide some protection to people who may need that protection," said retired Judge Alan Wilner, who chairs the rules committee.
Sep 12, 2023

Md. Supreme Court OKs release of court audio recordings, undoing ‘broadcast ban’

Maryland's ban on the broadcast of court audio recordings will officially be history on Jan. 1 after the state Supreme Court approved new rules.

The AT&T logo is positioned above one of its retail stores in New York in October 2016. (Mark Lennihan/AP file photo)
Sep 12, 2023

AT&T and Cricket Wireless deceived customers, Md. appellate court finds

AT&T and Cricket Wireless sold cellphones that they knew would stop working after their 2013 merger, the Maryland Appellate Court found.

Doctor Nawar Shara, chief of research data science at the MedStar Health Research Institute.
Sep 12, 2023

Can AI help improve outcomes for cancer patients?

The MedStar Health Research Institute has been awarded $3 million to study how AI can improve outcomes for patients recovering from gastrointestinal cancer surgery.

Sep 11, 2023

Driver unaware of pregnancy can’t be charged with manslaughter of fetus, Md. court rules

A driver cannot be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter of a fetus because he did not know the woman was pregnant, the Maryland Appellate Court has ruled.

In this Oct. 9, 2018, photo, an embryologist adjusts a microplate containing embryos that were injected with gene-editing components in a laboratory in Shenzhen in southern China's Guangdong province. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)
Sep 11, 2023

Md. Appellate Court makes previous ruling on pre-embryos a reported opinion

The court elevated its opinion that a divorcing couple’s previous oral agreement to give their frozen pre-embryos a chance at life “no matter what” is binding.

“We've been very clear that we can focus on pathways to work, wages and wealth for all Marylanders. We can make sure we’re investing in industries of the now and industries of the future and make Maryland a real leader in the field,” Gov. Wes Moore said. “And, by the way, do it and not raise taxes on a single Marylander.” (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Sep 10, 2023

Wes Moore talks about Red Line and taxes, filling vacancies, and Orioles lease

Gov. Wes Moore pushed back on concerns about a Red Line bus network and said his administration has shown it can promote growth without raising taxes.

Marilyn Mosby outside the courthouse following a September hearing at which a federal judge ordered a delay to her trial. (The Daily Record /Madeleine O'Neill)
Sep 8, 2023

Mosby’s charges to be split into 2 trials, moved to Greenbelt, judge rules

A federal judge has granted former Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's request to move her perjury and false statement trial from Baltimore to Greenbelt.

In this handout photo released by Johns Hopkins University, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses the 2023 graduating class via livestream from Ukraine on May 25, 2023. (Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University via AP)
Sep 7, 2023

Despite objection from UMES, education commission holds hearing on Hopkins proposal

The Maryland Higher Education Commission reviewed a Johns Hopkins University program proposal amid calls that the meeting be postponed.

Sep 7, 2023

Maryland attorney general files cease and desist against crypto companies for alleged fraud

The Maryland attorney general’s Securities Division has filed a cease-and-desist order against cryptocurrency companies for allegedly violating state law.

Former President Donald Trump exits his vehicle to walk over to speak with reporters before he boards his plane at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on Aug. 3, 2023, in Arlington, Virginia, after facing a judge on federal conspiracy charges that allege he conspired to subvert the 2020 election. At right is his valet Walt Nauta. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Sep 6, 2023

Trump’s place on primary ballot in Maryland ‘under consideration,’ secretary of state says

Maryland’s election officials and constitutional law experts are discussing whether a clause in the Constitution targeting candidates who’ve aided an “insurrection” bars Donald Trump from ballots.

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