A Jarrettsville woman has been sentenced to 80 years in prison for sexually abusing a young girl who lived with her and her boyfriend.
A Baltimore delegate says a hearing will be held to discuss a large smuggling conspiracy allegedly involving 13 female corrections officers, seven inmates and five others with gang ties.
O'Malley to sign bill repealing capital punishment in Maryland next week
A potential kidnapping was thwarted Monday night in Gaithersburg, police tell WTOP.
Maryland announces Connector Program to help enroll residents under federal health overhaul
Md. hospital association asks state panel to spare hospitals from a Medicare cut
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has acquired a 365-acre farm for use as an agricultural research facility.
Report: Smallmouth bass health problems show lower Susquehanna impaired
Prince George's police are looking for a North Carolina woman they say has been missing for more than two months and could be in the area.
Rapper 2 Chainz cleared on Md. drug charge stemming from traffic stop on way to college show
Scores of firefighters battle mulch fire at Prince George's Co. landfill
WTOP has assembled a list of some of the strangest road names in the Washington area. Many of these abnormally named arteries are even major commuting routes.
Groundbreaking set for energy efficient building in Prince George's
BWI/Marshall Airport is embarking on a two-year, multimillion-dollar plan to take parking at the Linthicum, Md., airport into the 21st century.
Child pornography charge against former Md. teacher dropped; 2nd charge remains
Nancy Pelosi to speak at University of Baltimore School of Law graduation
Montgomery County officials agreed to contract with Alta Bicycle Share to set up more than 200 bikes at 29 bikeshare sites.
US drug czar: Pot legalization in Wash., Colo. won't change mission to fight addiction
Baltimore Fire Department gets $1.5M grant for monitor/defibrillators
Two brothers have been sentenced for selling nearly 10,000 fraudulent identification documents for which they were paid more than $1.6 million.