Charles County News
Hundreds celebrate the life of father killed in Washington Navy Yard massacre
A school bus with students on board collided with a SUV in Charles County Wednesday morning.
A Prince George's County woman who told authorities she had been texting and driving crashed her car and ended up in a lake Tuesday.
Md. correctional officer pleads guilty to sex abuse of child
A man was shot and killed in La Plata, Md., on Saturday night.
Drivers who paid nearly 3,400 illegal speed camera tickets in Charles County could see their refund soon.
A local church founded more than 370 years ago is bringing in a team of experts to uncover hidden graves.
Police revise description of vehicle that hit man in wheelchair, fled
Lollar to seek GOP nomination for governor in Maryland
A man is hospitalized after exchanging gunfire with officials in Charles County Friday morning.
If you could, would you ditch the car and take a boat to work? A commuter ferry on the Potomac River for passengers only is being considered once again and this time there may be money to operate it.
The Charles County Sheriff's office has suspended its three speed cameras because at least one was placed 300 feet outside of a school zone.
Long before Washington Redskins legends Art Monk and Darrell Green spoke out this week about the team name, area Native American leaders have been demanding that it be changed.
Charles County sheriff's office seeks leads in armed robbery of convenience store
An inmate died at the Charles County Detention Center Thursday afternoon.
A 17-year-old is dead after a driver hit him on a Waldorf, Md., road over the weekend.
Everyday a meal truck visits six apartment complexes in Suitland, Md., to help feed low-income children. Without access to free or reduced school meals, feeding children during the summer can cause struggling families' grocery bills spike.
Wilmington police investigate shooting of Md. man
It took more than 100 firefighters to get a massive fire under control Thursday afternoon at Goad Lumber in Hughsville, Md.
It is almost as certain a sign of spring as the robins: Young people showing up at your front door offering specials on magazine subscriptions.