As an effort to deter speeding, authorities in Laurel, Md. deployed fake speed cameras on Wednesday, reports NBC 4.
Michelle Obama to address college, high school graduates next month in Ky., Md., and Tenn.
WBAL's Ron Smith to be posthumously inducted into broadcasting association Hall of Fame
4 young men killed in Eastern Shore collision identified
A developer in Frederick is says a third Wal-Mart store would reverse the decline of the Golden Mile retail strip along U.S. 40 on the city's west side.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports
Two-alarm fire damages Western Technical School in Catonsville
US grand jury in Greenbelt indicts 5 men in connection with a series of armed robberies
Neurosurgeon Ben Carson withdraws at Hopkins commencement speaker after gay marriage remarks
The four were 18 and 19. All graduated from Kent Island High School.
Thousands of people turned out to be the first players at the Maryland Live! casino's new 122 gaming tables.
A series of new red-light cameras are coming to the region over the next week both in Colesville and Rockville,Md., including one near the site of another controversial camera.
Ocean City will try to discourage pedestrians from crossing Coastal Highway in a seven-block area between 52nd and 59th streets with new, black and yellow curb-top markings that read, "NO PEDESTRIAN X'ING."
A gun rights group is taking aim at the town to try to force a change in its firearm restrictions.
The developers of the Frederick Towne Mall property say building a Wal-Mart is the solution for redeveloping the commercial stretch of U.S. 40 in the city known as the Golden Mile.
Fall survey finds Maryland oyster population, reproduction up for second year, diseases low
Authorities seeking public's help in investigation of killing on Md.-Eastern Shore campus
Md. restaurant worker gets gun from robber, beats suspect with it
Pa. man sentenced to 4 years in DUI crash that killed1, injured 2
An early warning system designed spot water line breaks before they rupture isn't a fail safe for all pipes. And as many as 800 sections of pipe across two area counties aren't covered by the detection system.