Maryland

The DMV aint playing no games this year when it comes to this music thing. If GoldLink gave the city a beautiful assist last year with his Grammy nod and the success of “Crew”, then 2018 is Ciscero‘s time to slam dunk that thang.   Judging by the creative and clean visuals to his new, […]

https://www.instagram.com/p/BfyYdaNFlv2/?taken-by=iamciscero The best part about an artist blowing up and putting on for their city is that they kick down doors for more artists that we probably wouldn’t get a chance to hear otherwise. Thank god for Goldlink‘s epic and graceful come up in 2017 with his hit single “Crew” and his Grammy nomination — […]

“I want them to see the world,” he said after sending underprivileged kids from his hometown of Prince George’s County.

A suspect is in police custody for a fatal shooting spree in Maryland. One of the victims is the suspect's estranged wife.

The motion was filed last Thursday (March 31) at the Baltimore City Circuit Court to have Garrett Miller testify at Nero's trial, which will begin May 10.

A new development in the tragic shooting death of Prince George's County officer Jacai Colson has been revealed to the public, adding a bizarre wrinkle to a matter that still begs many questions.

Jacai Colson, a four-year veteran of the Prince George's County police department, "immediately stepped into action," when the gunman opened fire around 4:30 p.m. at the police station.

Just in time for this year's contentious election season, Maryland restores voting rights to 40,000 felons, reports Mother Jones.

The state of Maryland might restore the voting rights of over 40,000 former offenders with felony convictions if a piece of vetoed legislation is successfully overridden. Gov. Larry Hogan shot down the legislation last year, but a strong push from Democrat leadership is aimed to turn the tides. The Huffington Post writes: Over 40,000 people […]

In Prince Georges County, Maryland, the police force in the Washington, D.C. suburb has an infamous reputation for exhibiting wanton brutality. On Wednesday, a county officer was convicted of first-degree assault and misconduct in office. Jenchesky Santiago is the P.G. County officer who recklessly aimed his service weapon at the head of an unarmed Black […]

"The one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country," Obama said.