A 14-year-old boy apparently accidentally shot a 13-year-old girl in the leg.
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency says the state's five casinos earned a total of $80.6 million in August.
There are now five casinos operating in Maryland and while some are losing money, one is booming.
AAA: Maryland drivers paying $3.38 per gallon, 6 cents below the national average
Dental clinic being held at U. of Md., volunteers expect to provide services to 1,000 people
Arrest made in Langley Park slaying; police say the victim was stabbed, robbed of his phone
Md. National Guard welcoming troops home from Afghanistan deployment
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is putting expanded Sunday hunting opportunities in western Maryland on hold.
The city of Baltimore is encouraging residents to drop off household hazardous waste including batteries and fluorescent light bulbs at its facility on Sisson Street.
An Edgewood man who prosecutors say sold drugs through the Silk Road website has been sentenced to six years in prison.
A St. Michaels fisherman has pleaded guilty to trafficking in illegally harvested striped bass.
Maryland's defense welcomes the challenge of trying to slow down the nation's leading rusher
The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens begin a new regular season the same way they ended the last one: facing each other in a meaningful AFC North duel.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says two dump truck drivers were injured when their vehicles collided head-on in Frederick.
Frostburg, Md., high school math teacher charged with sex offenses against female student
Tax break for Maryland residents given to Alaska US Senate hopeful Sullivan is scrutinized
A Gaithersburg man whose disappearance mystified his family was found dead on Thursday.
Maryland governor to visit Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin this weekend
Nearly a month after a 3-year-old was shot and killed, the man wanted on first-degree murder charges in her death remains on the run.
A proposed settlement between Johns Hopkins hospital and 8,000 former patients of a gynecologist who secretly recorded exams is being challenged, with some women saying lawyers could get too much of the $190 million deal.
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