100s of artworks made from Peeps on display in Westminster, Md.; thousands of candies used
Metro's new mobile site replaces an outdated version that didn't account for touch- screen navigation.
Since the Intercounty Connector opened, nearly 7,000 speeding tickets have been issued, according to documents obtained by WTOP.
Imagine a classroom where math is taught with Matisse and reading is learned through drama rather than a textbook.
A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing senior in Carroll County, Md.
Judge denies sentence reduction for doctor in mallet beating death of wife
Authorities report 5 more suspicious fires in Washington County, Md., bringing total to 19
Death on cruise ship attributed to natural causes; FBI says woman suffered from heart disease
Senate panel OKs gas tax increase and a separate constitutional amendment to protect funds
Maryland's senate has passed a bill that phases out paper mill waste as a preferred alternative energy source.
An 18-year-old University of Maryland student is sitting behind bars, accused of trying to set up a sexual encounter with a 12-year-old girl.
270 crabbers, dealers interested in electronic reporting for the 2013 Maryland season
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith accompanies Lombardi Trophy to Annapolis
A Maryland sea captain and his Virginia first mate had planned to take a client's motor sailboat from Virginia to Florida for delivery earlier this month. Now, they're fortunate to be alive.
Marylad State Police stop hundreds of commercial vehicles in Baltimore for inspections
Baltimore Basilica reopening on Easter Sunday following repairs from East Coast quake
Sylvia Hudson is 90 but that doesn't stop her from donning a wig and putting on fishnet stockings to impersonate Tina Turner.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is using a big gun to mark the 145th anniversary of the Natural Resources Police.
Stephen Fuller, director of the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University, says the region's economy is still growing, housing prices are up and the unemployment rate is still low.
Wounded warriors traveling through security lines can expect an expedited screening, according to the Transportation Security Administration.