1 victim in double shooting in Md. dies; police say crime was part of ongoing dispute
Three Peregrine falcon chicks are nesting along the eastbound span of the Bay Bridge.
A recent happy rescue by Maryland firefighters has turned sad for animal lovers due to public health concerns.
Police say a woman was sexually assaulted at knifepoint in Silver Spring on Thursday.
Task force recommends new shipping terminal at site of Sparrows Point steel mill
The city of Hagerstown says it will erect a monument to black Civil War veterans 90 years after white veterans of the war were similarly honored.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents looking to get rid of old air conditioners can recycle them this weekend.
To engage the public and encourage local residents to "get to know" the 24 contestants, the historical sites will host open houses May 4-5.
Maryland death penalty supporters plan referendum petition drive to overturn repeal
A funeral has been set for a volunteer firefighter who died after being injured in a fire at a Reisterstown home last week.
A Montgomery County grand jury indicted a 19-year-old on two counts of possession and manufacturing a pipe bomb.
The city of Frederick is tightening its regulation of large outdoor events after last year's chaotic Tough Mudder competition.
Settlement reached with 21 in heart stents suit against St. Joseph's Hospital, physician
Preakness increases security measures, bans backpacks in light of Boston Marathon bombings
Warm weather means great outdoor festivals, and this year is no exception. Tim Bracken previews the M3 Festival.
Two speed cameras in a Maryland town are being called illegal, and a Prince George's County official says they need to be deactivated and removed immediately.
New Germany State Park in western Md. resumes old-time music jam sessions
Salisbury University gets $8M gift to build new facility
Man convicted in death of girlfriend's 1-year-old daughter
Md. state archivist to retire after 38 years; helped design building, creation of website