Anne Arundel County
It was either a 357 or 9 mm round, a police officer says.
Wounded veterans cycling in Soldier Ride to raise awareness about disabilities, rehab
For 56-year-old Daniel Seafolk-Kopp of Reston, Va., Saturday was going to be a relaxing day on a kayak in Bodkin Creek. Instead, he ended up with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Police seek man they say robbed 8 banks in Baltimore, Anne Arundel counties
Army general upholds Chelsea Manning's conviction, 35-year sentence in WikiLeaks case
Non-profit Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians is hosting an event where musicians play Tom Petty songs and other pieces inspired by Petty as a way to raise money for its mission to help musicians in need.
The U.S. Military Academy has won a cyber-warfare competition among the service academies.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is warning parents they need to talk to their kids about sexting.
As Maryland's legislature loosened its marijuana laws this week, it opened up the process to create a medicinal marijuana system in the state. But it will take a while.
The legislative deal to please the producers of the Netflix show "House of Cards" may have collapsed but a key Maryland lawmaker remains confident the show will remain in Maryland to shoot its third season.
Police say altercation broke out in Md. House office building; no lawmakers involved
Lawmakers reach medical marijuana compromise, allowing 15 grower licenses in first 2 years
A tip led Anne Arundel County Police to the man who robbed a couple in the Maryland Live! casino garage.
Anne Arundel County police are looking for a man they said committed armed robbery of a another man in the parking garage of the Maryland Live! Casino on Saturday morning.
House committee approves marijuana decriminalization bill, passes bill to full chamber
The grandson of a former Baltimore lawmaker has pleaded guilty to felony theft of campaign funds.
Maryland health secretary testifies in Washington on health exchange website problems
Police in Anne Arundel County are looking to the public for helping finding a man suspected of sexually abusing a toddler.
Audit: 4 Md. workers charged $255K for inappropriate items to state-issued credit cards
House committee to review bill authorizing $18.5 million in annual film tax credits
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