-- while rioters roam free
Klacik plans to support Senator Rand Paul's ideas on bettering the education system. School choice is important for all communities.
A Maryland man who held multiple large gatherings during lockdowns in violation of Gov. Larry Hogan's public health order, banning groups over ten or more people, was sentenced to one year in jail, reported WJZ Baltimore.
As I have written before, Klacik is running for the seat of late Congressman Elijah Cummings in Maryland's 7th district and argues that Democratic policies and leadership have destroyed cities where black people reside, including Baltimore.
Ad of the year so far for a Congressperson…
The second of two teen brothers charged after a man died at the Great Frederick Fair last year was placed on probation Wednesday and ordered to complete an anger management program, among other commitments.
Some excitement has been generated around Kimberly Klacik, a nonprofit founder and Baltimore County Republican Central committee member, who is a congressional candidate attempting to fill the vacant seat of late Rep. Elijah Cummings.
Update (14:50ET): The Maryland State Fire Marshal tweeted a message on Monday afternoon indicating ATF agents from the Baltimore field division are assisting investigators in today's gas explosion that killed one person and left five others injured.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal tweeted a message on Monday afternoon indicating ATF agents from the Baltimore field division are assisting investigators in today's gas explosion that killed one person and left five others injured.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan told the Washington Post in a live interview on Thursday that thousands of COVID-19 tests obtained by the state from South Korea are protected in a secret location by the National Gaurd.
The Baltimore Police Department and "Persistent Surveillance," an Ohio-based company, signed a deal together to spy on the residents of Baltimore, Maryland with drones. In Nazi Germany, fascism was characterized by the fusion between corporate an
The police department in Baltimore wants to use HD surveillance drones to enforce social distancing rules 24 hours a day. Will your city be next?
The evolution of panic hoarding started with 3M N95 masks, then hand sanitizers, non-perishable foods, guns and ammo, and now cash?
Baltimore City's population dipped below the 600,000 level, not see in more than a century, as record homicides, an opioid crisis, and now an economic depression risks sending the city deeper into chaos.
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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced a series of dramatic executive orders today to prevent the spread of coronavirus. These actions are to be enforced by police and the National Guard.
A Maryland man who appeared to have ties to anti-government militia groups was shot dead by police while he was asleep in his home, a lawyer for his family says.
A refugee who fled war in Syria is among the latest Baltimore homicide victims.
"You have an over-militarization of police departments all across the country, racially unjust application of laws against poor black and brown people, [and] collateral consequences of these convictions that have kept black and brown people and commu
In case after infuriating case, the Free Thought Project has reported on instances of horrifying rights violations all stemming from a police officer claiming to smell a plant.
Update: Who could have guessed? The left is angry that a Trump-supporter would dare to visit Baltimore and help improve the situation
The truth is Baltimore can't account for millions while poverty is rampant and drugs, danger and yes, rats lurk around every corner of the 7th District, a DailyMail.com investigation reveals
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh (D) has gone missing after the FBI and IRS raided her home, according to Baltimore CBS affiliate WJZ.
Police in the Democrat haven of Maryland shot and killed a man in his home on Monday while serving a "protective order" under a new law which allows them to seize people's guns without due process.
Maryland -- Under the guise of preventing child abuse, lawmakers in Maryland have introduced a bill that will allow the state to intrude in the lives of innocent families, keeping tabs on them, and destroying their right to privacy.