Hearing Tuesday for student who brought handgun to Clarksburg High School

Alwin Chen’s attorneys plan to ask District Judge John Moffett on Tuesday to reconsider his decision to hold Chen without bail because they believe the judge received incorrect information about the alleged “list of grievances” that prosecutors presented during Chen’s bail hearing last week. [WTOP]

Hogan’s real estate business continues to make deals while he’s in office

Gov. Larry Hogan set up a trust more than a year after he took office in which he pledges not to direct his real estate business or use his office to improve his business’s prospects. Two of the nine active deals in the business’s portfolio are near a state highway improvement project that moved forward while Hogan has been governor—albeit a project that has been planned for several years. [Maryland Matters]

County executive candidates discuss immigration, race issues at forum

The six Democratic candidates agreed on increasing educational opportunities and making government more diverse. County Council member Roger Berliner said the divide between residents in the wealthier west area of the county and east side must be addressed. Council member Marc Elrich called for police to train in de-escalation tactics and to recruit more minorities. [Washington Post]

Twelve players with Maryland ties to participate in NFL Combine

Marcus Allen, a safety from Silver Spring who played at Penn State University, is among 12 other players with Maryland ties who are heading to the NFL Combine this week in Indianapolis in hopes of impressing a team and being drafted into the NFL later this year. [Baltimore Sun]

Latest list of local candidates

Candidates for county and state office continue to file as Tuesday’s 9 p.m. filing deadline approaches to run in the 2018 primary and general elections. [Bethesda Magazine]

Sunny, mild day predicted

A sunny day with a high near 57 followed by a nighttime low around 59 degrees is expected Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

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