The eighth-ranked Terrapins rolled to an 87-77 victory Thursday night.
Anne Arundel County police say a driver who died in a four-vehicle crash in Arnold may have suffered a medical emergency before the accident.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski has introduced legislation that would require all cellphones sold in the U.S. to have a kill switch that would allow users to delete data from their device remotely if it is lost or stolen.
NJ police: Baltimore Ravens' Ray Rice knocked out fiancee by hitting her with hand at casino
University of Maryland in talks with Corcoran Gallery 2 weeks ago on partnership
Neb. man charged in connection with alleged sales of drugs, guns in Silk Road website
Police are searching for a 16-year-old girl with a medical condition who has been missing for a month.
Coaches, helmet company seek dismissal of lawsuit over Md. football player's death
Baltimore fire officials: 8-year-old walking by house collapse, fire was killed by debris
Police: Parents charged with child abuse after family found living on squalid sailboat
Baltimore Sun buys City Paper, says free alternative weekly will remain independent
Although winter's cold may be subsiding, the risk of serious illness or death associated with the flu still exists and now, a resurgence of the H1N1 virus is causing a dramatic rise in deaths of younger people.
Aaron Kidd, of District Heights, and Andre Shuford, of Forestville, were shot along Donnell Drive in the Forestville area on Feb. 19, 2013.
Hagerstown police: Father, son charged in beating of ill man
University of Maryland: Hackers must have 'very significant understanding' of data protections
Drivers are encountering black ice on some Maryland roadways Thursday morning after ice and snow melted and froze again overnight.
The Anne Arundel County police are investigating five reports of a man exposing himself to women over the past two weeks.
Although winter has been crueler to the New England and the Midwest, the D.C. region has seen above-average snow totals so far this season.
Maryland lawmakers are sponsoring a measure to make retirement plans available to private-sector workers who are not currently covered by employer-sponsored plans.
Two sisters have pleaded guilty to filing fraudulent tax returns to obtain refunds.