Fire destroys 160-year-old Md. church; cause under investigation
Cumberland, Md., man pleads guilty to murder; will talk to police probing death in Hagerstown
Fatal church fire in Md. caused by man who set himself ablaze with gasoline
Four years after being imprisoned in Cuba, the family of U.S. government contractor Alan Gross is pleading with the White House for help securing his release.
Williamsport, Md., man pleads guilty to 13 arsons; state says he led thrill-seeking firebugs
Md. woman wins $1,000 a week for life in Va. Lottery game, 4 other winners claim prizes
Food allergies in children have risen 50 percent since the late 1990s, with Maryland and D.C. having some of the highest rates in the country. And no one knows why.
Police investigating after 10-year-old girl struck by passing car in Frederick
How much do Washingtonians eat out and how much are they spending? Zagat uncovers the top dining trends in the D.C. area.
A Maryland woman who got into an altercation when she tried to steal hair weaves from a Montgomery County store will spend five years in jail, NBC 4 reports
Water mains have broken in northeast D.C. and in Montgomery County.
Teen, 11-year-old charged with attempted armed robbery in store parking lot
New Annapolis mayor inaugurated; Michael Pantelides defeated Democratic incumbent
Ravens' playoff picture comes into focus, and Harbaugh likes what he sees with 4 games left
A former Montgomery County fifth-grade teacher is avoiding jail time with a plea deal in a sexual abuse case.
It was too much for families to take when the kids of wounded warriors recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center found they were assigned to new schools. So, they made a special request for a change of assignment.
A Maryland homebuilder praised by Gov. Martin O'Malley for its environmental innovation says it's struggling financially because it grew too fast.
Prince George's County community college hosts event designed to raise AIDS awareness
Baltimore police are investigating a shooting that injured two men.
U.S. Department of Education estimates show that 11 percent of Maryland adults aged 16 or older lack basic prose literacy skills — the ability to read and answer questions about readings. With a lack of funding in adult education making it difficult to address the problem, groups like the Literacy Council are filling the gaps left by schools.