10 Things to Know about the Preakness _ and beyond
Prince George's County police say they've arrested three men in connection with more than 50 burglaries, including one that resulted in a loss of nearly $70,000.
Baltimore's hitters staged an improbable comeback Friday night.They just couldn't pull the Orioles all the way out of the big hole their pitchers put them in.
Kelly Johnson hits 3-run homer as Tampa Bay Rays top slumping Baltimore Orioles 12-10
Three suspects have been arrested in Prince George's County for a string of more than 50 burglaries since December 2012, officials say.
he head of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Service's internal investigative unit is leaving for a federal job.
Take a Hall of Fame trainer, add the winning jockey in the Kentucky Derby and mix them both with a talented filly. The result Friday was a thrilling victory for Fiftyshadesofhay in the $500,000 Black-Eyed Susan Friday.
Joel Rosario is having a year to remember, starting with Derby winner Orb, as Preakness awaits
Former Green Bay Packers great Paul Hornung is looking to pull an upset in the Preakness with his 3-year-old colt Titletown Five.
Michelle Obama speaks about importance of education to black community in commencement address
A former U.S. Postal Service official has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for accepting bribes to help a Maryland company contracts.
Cicadas have started to emerge and will be making quite a racket in the coming weeks.
Tireless trainer Lukas enters 3 in Preakness, bidding for record 14th Triple Crown victory
Va. USPS official sentenced to 18 months for taking bribes, took in at least $40K
Maryland households are the nation’s top earners, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Maryland is expanding MARC rail service beyond the work week. State transportation officials say the transportation bill signed Thursday includes $100 million for enhancement for MARC.
As one of seven survivors in a class of 17 at Virginia Tech during the April 2007 massacre, his story was harrowing.
The Social Security Administration released the top 100 baby names of 2012 for each state, based on Social Security card application data. Here is the breakdown for D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
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