After two days of steady rain, the Monocacy River has spilled over its banks.
Md. Higher Ed. secretary leaving for foundation, O'Malley names acting secretary
A retaining wall collapsed near Gaithersburg on Sunday, forcing evacuations and a road closure.
Lawmakers hope a pair of changes related to operating microbreweries in Montgomery County could attract more of the burgeoning craft beer business to the area.
Md. public health official suspects food poisoning in illness aboard Pa. high school trip bus
Baltimore-based software startup Rehabtics aims to use technology to revolutionize the physical rehabilitation industry.
Police say Leila Anne Khalil returned home safely and unharmed on March 27.
Consumer Reports readers ranked Wegmans and Trader Joe's the top grocery stores for service, price satisfaction, cleanliness and perishables.
From the official state bird, the Baltimore Oriole, to the official state dessert, the Smith Island Cake, Maryland has just about every state symbol covered. But that's not enough for some lawmakers who — for the second year in a row — are trying to add one more "official" to the pile: a state sandwich.
Allegany County, Md., honors homegrown baseball legend Lefty Grove
CSX train strikes vehicle in Prince George's County, man in vehicle in stable condition
National Park Service rangers learning to do mountain rescues at Md.'s Catoctin Mountain Park
"Any bill that does not pass by midnight April 7th is going to be dead for the year," says Del. Sam Arora.
On Tuesday, the Maryland health exchange board will meet to vote on the future of the exchange.
Clare Goldfogle lost her son, Ben, to leukemia in 2009.
Maryland residents keep trying to sign up for health care on enrollment deadline day
Maryland's congressional redistricting process in 2011 reflected a common theme in many states: There isn't much preventing a political party that controls state government from drawing the state's congressional map to its benefit.
A House committee is preparing to take up a bill that would eliminate criminal charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck reports.
A man is dead from a hit and run that resulted from an argument in Laurel, Md. The incident occurred just before 10 p.m. Friday night on South Arbory Lane near Van Dusen Road.
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