Maryland's Rebecca Pearce the third director of a state health care to leave her post
UPS truck catches fire at Md. warehouse, packages and truck damaged in fire
Metro cancels weekend track work to prepare for winter weather
Starting today, the Penn Line will offer nine round trips form Baltimore to Union Station in D.C on Saturdays and six on Sundays.
The Prince George's County Police Department says Maleek Sohail Davis was last seen in the 500 block of Clovis Avenue, in Capitol Heights, on Friday at about 10 a.m.
Volunteers are lighting more than 23,000 candles at the Antietam National Battlefield near Sharpsburg to honor those were killed, wounded or declared missing in the Civil War's bloodiest one-day battle.
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Suitland.
With snow and later ice predicted to fall over the D.C. region Sunday, emergency responders urge drivers to remember some basic winter weather rules.
Pierce throws 2 touchdowns and Lee runs for 2, Northwest beats Suitland 33-16 for 4A title
A line of baby rattles with pieces that pose a choking hazard and boilers that could pose a carbon monoxide hazard are among this week's recalled consumer products. Others include hooded children's clothing and mattresses.
The Harford County Sheriff's Office says two men have been charged with stealing air conditioning and heat pump units and commercial-grade kitchen equipment from businesses and homes in Harford County.
46-foot charter boat damaged in Tilghman Island, Md. fire
3 charged in 8 church burglaries in Md.; stolen items were pawned
Arrest warrant issued for suspect in arson that destroyed home near Hagerstown, Md.
MARC trains are working for the weekend.
Stranger stabs woman on Greyhound bus in Baltimore
Md. environmental agency seeks $100,000 fine for leaky Pilot fuel tanks near Hagerstown
Montgomery County police are still looking for two men who committed a home invasion robbery in Bethesda last month, but now they have a new tool in their investigation: video surveillance tape of the two men.
Property owners around the D.C. metro area might be smiling, but experts are scratching their heads, stumped by a steep downward trend in rat complaints.
Frederick leaders approve naming-rights deal for minor-league baseball stadium