Army officials say five homes at Fort Meade were evacuated briefly after a World War II-era mortar round was found during construction work.
The Boston Red Sox got 12 hits off Wei-Yin Chen and beat the Orioles 4-3 Thursday night in the decisive matchup of a three-game set.
Lawmakers have agreed to pony up extra money next year to keep "House of Cards" filming in Maryland.
Maryland approves stronger penalties for domestic violence committed in front of children
Amtrak restores service between Washington, Baltimore, no morning rush hour effect expected
All service on Amtrak Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains between Washington and Baltimore was suspended Thursday.
Sailor slain in Norfolk shooting honored as a hero at hometown service in Hagerstown, Md.,
Ravens, TE Owen Daniels agree to terms on 1-year contract, pending physical
Md. grants Montgomery, Prince George's counties' request for waiver of snow days
A change in Maryland law will give microbreweries flexibility and a Montgomery County brewing is ready to take advantage of the relaxed law by opening a taproom in Montgomery County.
Md. Senate committee approves minimum wage hike; bill heads to Senate floor
McDaniel College in Westminster says it's prohibiting parties for the rest of 2014 at a fraternity and sorority that held a "CMT versus BET" event promoting racial and cultural stereotypes.
A Maryland man who received a $75 red-light camera ticket in Rockville says the city targets drivers to raise revenue, not for safety.
The grandson of a former Baltimore lawmaker has pleaded guilty to felony theft of campaign funds.
Sheriff's deputy investigated after patrol car strikes, kills pedestrian in Hagerstown, Md.
Police: Tripod mistaken for weapon prompts lockdown, evacuation at 2 Baltimore charter schools
General Assembly approves dog-bite liability measure
Maryland health secretary testifies in Washington on health exchange website problems
Ex-Prince George's Co. police officer gets 10 years for untaxed cigarettes, cocaine schemes
It's the time of year when people begin the battle against spring allergies -- and the D.C. area is particularly vulnerable, according to a local doctor.
Hi: 58 °F | Lo: 41 °F