Struggling electronics and appliance retailer hhgregg plans to close 88 stores nationwide, including 10 in Maryland, as part of its turnaround efforts, the company announced Thursday.
How much rain could Michael bring to Maryland?
Meteorologist Ava Marie shows how much rain is in the forecast for Maryland that's associated with Tropical Storm Michael.
Maryland transit fares to increase by 10 cents in June
Transit fares in Maryland will increase by 10 cents starting June 23, Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transit Administration officials said.
Here's how to be prepared for Thanksgiving travel in Maryland
Thanksgiving is an extremely busy holiday travel season, from the air to the roads. Throw in construction on the Bay Bridge, and there's a lot to deal with.
Judge rules Missouri’s last abortion clinic can remain open
A judge has issued an order allowing Missouri's only abortion clinic to continue performing the procedure, striking down a challenge from the state.
What are the Maryland Open Container Laws?
What is the Maryland open container law? The open container law in Maryland governs the transportation and consumption of alcohol in motor vehicles and in public places. An open container is defined as a can, bottle, or other receptacle that is open, has a broken seal, or has had the contents partially removed. Generally speaking,...
Tackling opioid crisis is top priority of Maryland gubernatorial candidates
Both major candidates in the race for Maryland governor consider combating the opioid crisis a top priority.
Maryland lawmakers seek to close gap in federal rules on unemployment
Some Maryland lawmakers are working to stay a step ahead of another possible federal government shutdown.
Maryland federal workers uncertain about how to pay bills
As the partial government shutdown drags on, people are facing uncertainty about how bills will get paid.
Facebook report tells how much Maryland politicians are spending on digital ads
The Facebook Ad Archive Report shows how many ads political candidates have put out on Facebook and Instagram, how much they spent and who paid for them.
New Safe Schools Maryland tip line, app created to report threats
Maryland has been awarded $3.6 million in federal grants designed to further strengthen classroom safety, the Maryland State Department of Education announced Wednesday.
AFSCME Maryland raises concerns over staffing crisis across state agencies
Maryland's largest union, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees raised the alarm Monday about a staffing crisis across state agencies. They claim vacancies are making the work environment dangerous for employees and the public.