Governor

Watch to get to know each candidate and hear their thoughts on Maryland policies + how they hope to issue positive change. 

Local

The former president of the NAACP is running for governor...

Local

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed into law a bill which increases the age victims of child sexual abuse can file civil suits against their abusers. Current law limits such lawsuits to age 25, but the bill signed by the governor would increase the age to age 38. Del. C.T. Wilson, a Democrat who represents […]

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed an executive order Monday morning that could send the National Guard to Ferguson. He wrote in a statement posted to his official Web site…

Via: Foxbaltimore.com A controversial development project in Baltimore is now causing a stir among lawmakers in Annapolis. The Governor’s Office is trying to push through a bill that creates new rules to benefit developers who are also buddies and financial backers of Governor Martin O’Malley. To read more click here

Via: FoxBaltimore.com Maryland governor Martin O’Malley will consider commuting the sentences of two Maryland inmates serving life in prison for murder. A public notice of the possible commutation was published Wednesday on page 19 of The Daily Record. The notice says that an application for commutation has been requested for Mark Farley Grant and Tamara Settles. O’Malley’s […]

Johnny Dupree, the mayor of Hattiesburg, Miss. and first African American candidate selected to run for Governor in the state, lost on Tuesday in the state’s Gubernatorial election. See also: Herman Cain Lawyer Lin Wood: New Accusers Should ‘Think Twice’ See also: Weekend Getaway Guide: Washington, D.C. Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant won in a landslide victory with […]

William Donald Schaefer is back to his beloved Baltimore. He is currently lying in state at the rotunda of Baltimore’s City Hall. Yesterday after a short ceremony, mourners were allowed to begin filing in to City Hall. Hundreds of spectators lined Fayette Street to pay their final respects. If you would like to pay your […]

via: WBALTV.com Voters will be able to cast ballots at 47 locations that will be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. every day through Thursday of next week. Early voting made its debut last month, in a six-day period in advance of the primary election. There are five early voting centers in Baltimore City, […]