Coroner identifies Virginia woman fatally struck by bus in downtown Birmingham
House Speaker John Boehner says he's sure Congress will look at a law passed by the D.C. Council that decriminalizes possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the nation's capital.
A fourth person has pleaded guilty for his role in a Virginia-based operation that sold fake driver's licenses to thousands of college students and others across the country.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is scheduled to give a keynote address at an awards reception for the Massachusetts Democratic Party in May.
As soon as a snow emergency is declared in the city, the ticketing begins. And during Monday's snow storm, more than 1,000 drivers received tickets.
Shorthanded Richmond hoping for resume building win when VCU visits the Robins Center
Supervisor at Piedmont Regional Jail charged faces federal tax, bank fraud charges
The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved $4.8 million to complete design plans to renovate Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Central Library.
Newport News Shipbuilding is continuing its work on the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy.
The Supreme Court of Virginia has agreed to hear a case involving the death of a Norfolk police recruit.
Authorities say a 67-year-old Baltimore man who attacked a bus driver and a fellow rider with a cane died after a struggle with officers.
A Louisa woman accused of giving her 6-month-old son a lethal amount of Benadryl has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
Maryland officials say initial federal funding for two light rail projects puts the state in a strong position to build the major projects in the Washington suburbs and the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Two Republican state lawmakers from Washington County want to make it crime not to report a dead body or death.
A state commission created to soften the blow of military base closings in Virginia is proposing cooperation over confrontation, a tack that is finding little political support.
Attorneys for indigent defendants are opposing Attorney General Douglas Gansler's call for Maryland's top court to overturn a landmark decision that says arrestees have a constitutional right to counsel at initial bail hearings.
Carroll County public school officials are revealing a cyberattack that shut down Internet access for one day last week.
Organizers are seeking entries for the 2014 Virginia Film Festival.
Virginia mental health workers have a new tool to find psychiatric beds for people being held for treatment under emergency custody orders.
William Quillian Jr., the longest-serving president of the former Randolph-Macon Women's College, has died. He was 100.