The nation’s airlines struggled to stay on schedule in April, with nearly one in four flights arriving late, according to new government figures. The airlines blamed furloughs of federal air traffic controllers and bad weather. A nationwide computer outage at ...Read More »
LINTHICUM — Federal aviation officials say fog is causing flight delays in Baltimore. The Federal Aviation Administration says low visibility is causing delays on some arriving flights that are averaging about 90 minutes at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Failure to pass legislation that would have forced energy companies to fund gas drilling studies could mean more delays for those wanting to tap in the natural gas lurking in western Maryland. Members of a commission created to ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s top court has effectively decided to hold off on ordering that public defenders be provided to indigent suspects at initial bail hearings until the General Assembly acts on legislation that could make such an order moot. The ...
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HONOLULLU — President Barack Obama is delaying his request for another $1.2 trillion increase in the nation’s debt limit at the request of congressional leaders. It’s basically because of a technicality. The White House had been ready to ask for ...Read More »
The family of a 25-year-old woman who died of lung cancer winning in a Frederick County trial and how one man’s battle against his cooperative association over secondhand smoke might become an issue before the General Assembly are among the ...Read More »
The trial of Richard Rodola, accused of dousing his girlfriend with gasoline and burning her to death, was scheduled to begin Monday in Howard County Circuit Court. But it was postponed after prison guards confiscated a letter Rodola wrote to ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled House on Friday took another swipe at the government’s ability to control air pollution, passing a bill that would delay or scrap rules to reduce mercury and other harmful air emissions. The 249 to 169 vote ...Read More »