Howard County News
State officials say a power outage caused by superstorm Sandy at a water reclamation plant has resulted in a sewage overflow of 2 million gallons per hour into the main stem of the Little Patuxent River.
Howard County police arrested a man who allegedly used a video camera to secretly record several women in their homes. The arrest was made less than a day after police released footage of the man to the public.
Howard County Police have arrested at 42-year-old man they say secretly videotaped two women in their Ellicott City condominium.
Charles Turner has been located. The Silver Alert has been canceled.
Police in Howard County are seeking the public's help finding a missing elderly woman and a Silver Alert has been issued.
They're off to the races and the stakes are higher than ever as resorts and casinos contribute millions to fight or support a ballot question that would expand gambling in Maryland. The casino fight is on pace to match or top the historic 2006 gubernatorial race.
A man and woman in Maryland are facing charges in a series of burglaries after police say they were tracked down through a pair of stolen Baltimore Ravens tickets.
Community colleges in Carroll, Frederick and Howard counties are celebrating the opening of a joint center for health-care education in Mount Airy.
A 19-year-old man has pleaded guilty to two counts of criminally negligent manslaughter for a car crash that killed two of his friends.
Howard County school officials are investigating an incident that led to an 11-year-old autistic boy being handcuffed by police officers on a school bus.
A woman has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in connection with an injury to her 2-year-old son months before he was killed.
A Maryland judge has ruled that a skating coach charged with sex abuse can go free on the condition he surrender to New York authorities within three days.
A man who shot a mobile speed camera van in June has a warning for drivers: "Don't do what I did."
A preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report does not give a cause for the Aug. 20 derailment that buried two women in coal, killing them.
A Howard County fire department spokesman says firefighters have extinguished a blaze at a Jessup liquor store and no injuries have been reported.
The initial 911 calls after an Aug. 20 train derailment in downtown Ellicott City gave no indication that two teenagers had been buried in spilled coal.
A Bowie man has been charged with assault of a minor for the third time in August.
Funeral services are scheduled for the second of two teens killed in a train derailment in Maryland's Ellicott City.
Family and friends are gathering Saturday to remember Rose Mayr at Bethany United Methodist Church in Ellicott City, Md.
Authorities in Ellicott City will reopen Main Street four days after a train derailment that killed two women.
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