Anne Arundel County
Five inmates are currently on Maryland's death row. If the death penalty is repealed in Maryland, legal experts and politicians have differing opinions on what will happen to the three inmates.
Gov. Martin O'Malley says the state is working to make Maryland the hub of cybersecurity for the country.
Man dies 1 day after crashing car into home in Edgewater
Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to an arrest in the murder of a University of Maryland Eastern Shore student.
The Triple Triple Burger from Jake's Wayback Burgers has 5,100 calories.
Anne Arundel County Police say a man was arrested after a chase from Hanover into Baltimore.
16 seeking to fill remainder of Leopold's term, including former first lady of Maryland
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will testify in favor of a measure to create a framework for public-private partnerships to build roads and public buildings.
WTOP introduces you to the royalty at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. The cast of the dinner show includes elegant Andalusian horses.
A judge has denied former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold's motion for a new trial.
Driver killed when car his cement truck; icy road may have contributed to crash
Authorities in Anne Arundel County say they are handling numerous accidents as a result of icy conditions.
Supporters of Gov. Martin O'Malley offshore wind energy plan rally in front of the State House.
Coast Guard asked to help captain of tanker anchored off Annapolis who reported a fever
Baltimore-Washington airport sets passenger record for 3rd year, sees 22.6M passengers in 2012
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence to hold 25th memorial service
Applications to fill the vacant Anne Arundel county executive seat must be submitted to the County Council by noon Friday. The council has 30 days to fill the seat formerly held by John Leopold, who was convicted of misconduct in office.
Police: National Guardsman detained at Anne Arundel school had large weapons stash at home
Anne Arundel County authorities have been trying for three months to serve a warrant on a Glen Burnie teacher accused of stealing from a community charity.
A controversy continues to broil on social media sites where pet owners say they're outraged at one company that censored their concerns over recalled pet treats made in China.