Baltimore police: Man shot after dragging officer during traffic stop dies
Police safely reunited an abducted 3-year-old North Bethesda, Md. boy with his family.
A Montgomery County 11th-grader is facing drug and weapons charges after police were tipped off by hundreds of photos posted on Instagram.
You've gotten the school fliers, you've probably seen some of the news stories, but you may still be confused and wonder: what the heck is the Common Core?
O'Malley to speak at forum on progressive states and job creation
Md. scrap tire collection program gets a $2 million boost; counties must accept farm tires
Arbitration meeting scheduled between management, striking Port of Baltimore longshoremen
With weather projected to remain mild this weekend, and leaves transforming into fall colors, it's the perfect time to take advantage of outdoor events. And in the D.C. area, those events are all about craft beer and art.
Man pleads guilty in drunk-driving crash that killed homeless man
A Baltimore police officer charged in the accidental shooting of a police trainee has been convicted of reckless endangerment.
Four women have been indicted on charges of stealing more than $750,000 in merchandise using personal information obtained from patients in medical offices where two women worked.
Baltimore officials have approved a nearly $100,000 settlement ending a lawsuit over Inner Harbor demonstrations.
Mizeur outlines education proposals at child care center
Montgomery County detectives say that someone came to the TD Bank at 19501 Frederick Rd. on Tuesday morning and gave a teller a note demanding money and implying that the man had a weapon.
Lawsuit alleges negligence in death of Md. man with Down syndrome who died in police custody
Police in Howard County are investigating four smash and grab robberies that occurred as women dropped their children at day care centers or went to the gym.
27 states have passed laws to stock injection devices at schools to treat allergic reactions
Strike enters day 2 at Port of Baltimore, arbitration scheduled for Friday
3rd lawsuit alleges immigration enforcement contributed to Frederick, Md., jail suicides
Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens just put Johns Hopkins University in his will, promising $20 million from his estate to support vision-saving research.