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Republican Charles Lollar is jumping into the race for Maryland's top office, and like Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, if elected he would be the state's first African-American governor.
Legislators in Ocean City have decided to remove parking meters installed on four streets earlier this year, forgoing $1.4 million in expected revenue.
Federal investigators will be looking into the crash of a small plane along westbound route 50 in Prince George's County, Maryland yesterday afternoon.
Maryland Transportation Authority Police say distracted driving caused a crash on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge that sent a car falling 27 feet into the water.
Questioning has concluded in a military hearing that will determine whether three male U.S. Naval Academy students will face a court-martial for the alleged sexual assault of a female classmate.
In our monthly look at D.C.'s literary scene, we hear from A.X. Ahmad, author of the new thriller, The Caretaker.
D.C. Democratic mayoral candidate Jack Evans joins the Politics Hour gang in the studio.
As local kids head back to school, we'll bring you a show about "learning" — both inside and outside the classroom.
Public schools throughout Montgomery County have new computers, wireless networks and interactive whiteboards.
The executive director of the Maryland Republican Party abruptly resigned earlier this week.
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