Maryland and Virginia issue stay home orders.

Entire D.C. Region Under 'Stay-at-Home' Orders

The orders from all three jurisdictions call for residents to remain at home -- unless they are performing an essential function or need something essential.
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Statues of Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman are coming to Annapolis.

Here's How You Can See The New Statues Of Frederick Douglass And Harriet Tubman In Annapolis

The new statues were unveiled on Monday. Click to find out how you can see them.
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Maryland's Minimum Wage Is Increasing Wednesday

The change is among the new Maryland laws taking effect in the new year.
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PHOTOS: These Maryland Student Designs Will Be On 'I Voted' Stickers

Maryland voters will be displaying artwork from three local students after they vote in November. The students, one each from local elementary, middle and high schools, will have their designs printed on the state’s “I Voted” stickers that are handed out at the polls. Two of the students selected...
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Young children gather together in front of a teacher, who is reading a book.

This Proposal Could Get Maryland Public Schools More Funding

The plan will receive a final decision in January 2020.
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Man Arrested For Stabbing In Maryland Popeyes Dispute

Officials said McClain stabbed 28-year-old Kevin Tyrell.
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Montgomery County Will Honor Lynching Victim With Ceremony Sunday

The event will honor the life of George Peck.
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Maryland Increasing Holocaust Lessons In School Curricula

The changes come after several community leaders expressed concerns.
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Maryland panel votes to remove confederate flag from plaque honoring civil war.

Maryland Panel Votes To Remove Confederate Flag From Civil War Plaque

The flag is part of a plaque honoring fallen soldiers from both sides of the Civil War.
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'Natural Hair Bill' Aims To End Workplace Discrimination

A public hearing on the law is scheduled for Oct. 15 at 1:30 p.m.
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