Lawyer for woman charged in exorcism death will offer insanity defense
Woman accused of posing as physician's assistant, treating patients, writing prescriptions
New Ravens TE Daniels wants to prove something after being released by Texans
Md. man indicted on vehicular manslaughter crash in crash in Westminster
A thousands students came together to dance for a cause.
Maryland approves restrictions on shackling pregnant inmates
A teenage serial bank robber the FBI dubbed the "I-55 Bandit" for a series of crimes in five states has been ordered to spend five years in federal prison.
As the number of people who use, and fatally overdose on, heroin has risen in recent years, authorities are seeing the return of an alarming development: heroin that, often unbeknownst to the user, is spiked with fentanyl.
High school teacher in Baltimore accused of engaging in sexual activity with student
Maryland Senate debates amendments for minimum wage hike measure
Maryland passes $4.3M expansion of pre-kindergarten to enroll additional 1,600 children
One of the two women charged in the murders of two children entered a plea of not criminally responsible. The mother of the children is expected to do the same.
1 dead in downtown Hagerstown apartment building fire; victim's ID not yet confirmed
USDA shooters kill 156 deer in 5th year of reduction program at Md.'s Catoctin Mountain Park
A lengthy rush hour is expected through Southeast and Southwest D.C. Friday as fans leave Nationals Park following the home opener.
Frederick Co. sheriff's office: Clarksburg man beat women with broomstick
Bethesda spinning shop Zengo Cycles, which announced plans to open its second location in Logan Circle last May, has even bigger fish to fry. Zengo Cycles plans a $10 million expansion to create 20 to 30 new cycling studios throughout the East Coast in the next three to five years,
Developer proposing tower by Baltimore's Inner Harbor, could be Maryland's tallest building
The developer of a Bethesda apartment tower that caused serious structural damage to a next-door building agreed to pay the building owner $3.2 million in a settlement.
Western Md. residents urged to be aware that black bears are out and about in search of food
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