The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it may change the way black bear hunts are managed.
A D.C. woman says she's received threatening calls and messages from people who say they've seen enough of her signs about her missing dog.
Former Prince George's County Del. Tiffany Alston has filed to run for her old seat.
Overhaul of National Aquarium's central exhibit boosts attendance in 6 months since opening
Annapolis' police chief relied on a satirical news story for the basis of his testimony against legalizing marijuana at the Maryland Capitol Tuesday.
Frick withdraws from race for Md. attorney general, will seek re-election as delegate
Police chiefs from Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the District of Columbia listened as Takoma Park residents voiced their concerns and asked what they could do about a recent spike in crime.
Mid-Atlantic gets another round of snowfall during morning rush
Md. measure would make crashes caused by distracted driving a misdemeanor
Walter Reed hospital in Bethesda to join Navy's anti-terrorism drill, warns of police activity
A woman and her daughter have been sentenced to prison for passing counterfeit bills in Maryland, resulting in losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Anne Arundel County Police say a woman walking in an Edgewater neighborhood was struck and killed by a car that drifted down a hill behind her.
A woman was killed Tuesday evening when she was hit by a Ride On bus at the Rockville Metro station.
Dozens of people testifying before Maryland lawmakers on Tuesday called for an end to the state's battle against marijuana.
Marylanders have until 9 p.m. Tuesday to file to run for office
1 killed, 2 hurt in Del. car crash; troopers say vehicle lost control on wet, snowy road
University of Maryland President Wallace Loh Tuesday apologized again for the breach and called for more changes to better protect student and staff members' personal information.
High call volume caused technical problems Tuesday as thousands of former and current University of Maryland students, staff and faculty tried to find out if they were caught up in a massive data breach.
Measure would allow state to withhold tax refunds for people with outstanding warrants
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