Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh, right, leaves U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Nov. 21. (AP)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh, right, leaves U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Nov. 21. (AP)

Report shows how UMMS board members pushed for deals to benefit their businesses

The University of Maryland Medical System report released Friday includes new information on former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh’s deals.
Capital Weather Gang

The first of potentially 3 pre-holiday storms is soaking the eastern U.S.

As the first storm lashes the Mid-Atlantic this weekend, the second storm could feature snow and ice in the Northeast. Whether a third storm develops is a big question mark.

Loudoun newspaper publisher sentenced to prison for fraud

Brian Reynolds, a longtime Republican operative, said he was suffering from undiagnosed mental health issues.

Rockville man who allegedly swindled Prince George’s woman indicted again

William Wayland, who was convicted of mortgage fraud in Montgomery County, faces similar charges in Prince George’s.

Holiday gifts for children of prisoners stolen from vehicle in Northeast D.C.

A nonprofit has started a crowdfunding campaign to try to make up for the loss.

Georgetown Verizon outage to extend into next week, officials say

The disruption was expected to end over the weekend, but the company discovered water damage to a cable on Thursday.
Another storm system is on the way early next week. It could have some wintry mix involved.
Victim found in parking garage, police say.
The dense mist added a touch of poetry to the urban landscape but prompted an advisory from the National Weather Service.
Presidential hopefuls are set to discuss education Saturday in Pittsburgh.
The girl was a student at Bradley Hills Elementary School in Bethesda.

Stevens Early Learning Center will be the first campus to have an at-risk lottery preference.
Authorities have charged a 25-year-old man with shooting at two reserve officers in Northeast Washington.
A contractor was arrested this week and charged in Alexandria federal court.
Maryland’s governor embraces some Democratic priorities even as he questions their full education plan.
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