A Frederick County sheriff's deputy is resigning after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor larceny charge in Berkeley County, W.Va.
The Public Service Commission has set fees for Maryland's utility customers who do not want smart meters installed in their homes or businesses.
Shore town of Berlin, Md., named 'America's Coolest Small Town' in Budget Travel contest
Md., Va. governors, DC mayor commit $25 million each to fund Metro upgrades
DC Metro was given money to help move towards more eight car trains.
Using a handheld cell phone while driving is risky. And there's a move to toughen the penalties for drivers who cause serious crashes while using one.
Man gets 18 months for helping people fraudulently apply for asylum
Democrats urge committees to approve minimum wage bills, start floor debates
Ice on ramps delays opening of boating season at Liberty, Prettyboy reservoirs
Maryland: Workgroup needed to evaluate districts, ease Common Core standards switch
MD high court sides with ground rent holders, strikes down part of 2007 reforms by lawmakers
A jury in Annapolis has convicted a Crofton businessman of first-degree murder in the shooting death of his associate.
Maryland fiscal officials oppose using pension money to help plug budget gap
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it may change the way black bear hunts are managed.
A D.C. woman says she's received threatening calls and messages from people who say they've seen enough of her signs about her missing dog.
Former Prince George's County Del. Tiffany Alston has filed to run for her old seat.
Overhaul of National Aquarium's central exhibit boosts attendance in 6 months since opening
Annapolis' police chief relied on a satirical news story for the basis of his testimony against legalizing marijuana at the Maryland Capitol Tuesday.
Frick withdraws from race for Md. attorney general, will seek re-election as delegate
Police chiefs from Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the District of Columbia listened as Takoma Park residents voiced their concerns and asked what they could do about a recent spike in crime.