Md. police locate Del. man accused of firing at troopers after traffic stop
Two women were indicted by a grand jury on two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder in the January deaths of two young Montgomery County children in what the women described as an exorcism.
Frederick County, Md., fire marshal bans outdoor burning
When it came down to it, Jacoby Jones decided he just wanted to stay with the Baltimore Ravens.
State and federal inspectors have found several problems over the years at a Delaware dairy facility whose operations were recently halted after a deadly outbreak of a food-borne bacteria.
Maryland senators say the state should wait to use student testing data to make decisions on teachers' jobs until the Common Core standards are solidly established.
Man charged with DUI after appearing intoxicated at drunken driving victim impact panel
Hagerstown, Md., museum makes schools pay to reserve prom photo spot known for traffic jams
he Maryland State Board of Elections is rejecting a candidate's request to place the word, "Conservative," beside his name on the Republican primary ballot.
Police say an elderly man killed his wife and then himself in Temple Hills.
Maryland Senate approves state's $39B budget, sends to House of Delegates
Fire briefly trapped three people, including a child, in a home in Hyattsville, Md.
A group of Chevy Chase neighbors are rallying to save a 150-year-old elm tree on Elm Street that could be the victim of a new home's construction.
The breadth of a cyber-attack at the University of Maryland is larger than school officials previously reported, but the number of Social Security numbers stolen is smaller than previously reported.
The phone has been ringing off the hook at the water company.
After the Interstate 270 shutdown to find three bank robbery suspects, the question that is coming up is: Should Montgomery County have its own helicopter?
County executive to propose budget for Prince George's County
Del. Heather Mizeur planning rally with marijuana reform advocates before committee hearing
Police are investigating the slaying of a cab driver in Crownsville.
The ACLU and Baltimore police have agreed to settle a long-running lawsuit over the seizure of a cellphone from a man who used it to record officers making an arrest.
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