A school bus driver has pleaded guilty to leaving four children unattended on the vehicle, which drifted across a road and hit a bus stop.
A Burtonsville man has pleaded guilty to stealing his late father's Social Security payments for nearly 20 years.
A man who prosecutors say defrauded religious-based groups out of money they paid for donations that never materialized has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Prince George's County official says family violence is "literally killing us."
Panel gives preliminary OK to new protections against smog, delays final vote for a month
Park service proposes rewatering 2.5 miles of C&O Canal in Hancock, Md.
Minimum-security prison planned near Cumberland; it would be area's third state prison
The luxury movie theater chain coming to Pike & Rose in North Bethesda/White Flint will debut a restaurant with a prime view of the new neighborhood.
A woman in Cheverly, Maryland has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of her two children.
Baltimore Ravens cut suspended running back Ray Rice following release of latest video
Beginning Oct. 5, 16 branches of the Montgomery County Public Libraries system will have expanded hours.
Police ID female Towson University student who died in off-campus residence
Charles County school officials voting on whether to raise minimum GPA to play sports
Nora Roberts' foundation helping fund public swimming pool in western Md. town
Army says surveillance blimps coming to Aberdeen, Md., won't use video cameras
One of downtown Bethesda's last remaining gas stations could soon be gone if a bank gets a key development approval next week.
Montgomery County officials say a fence built last week in the path of the planned Purple Line light rail must be moved back.
Frederick names Patrick Grossman, 17-year police department veteran, as acting police chief
Montgomery County officials are considering legislation that would require contractors or subcontractors who are doing business with the county to either use apprentices on the job or contribute to programs that do.
Registration opening for Zoo Zoom race, which winds through Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
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