Md. man sentenced to 17 years for robbing Laurel bank
Police release description, sketch of man suspected of sexually assaulting 95-year-old woman
A measure to prevent discrimination against people who are transgender has cleared the Maryland General Assembly.
Once-stolen Renoir painting returns to Baltimore Museum of Art, featured in special exhibit
Md. state agency reviews process that ended in baby's death, allegedly by parental abuse
Spice maker McCormick considers moving headquarters from Sparks, Md., possibly to Pa.
Maryland House of Delegates to vote on state's $39B budget
Montgomery Parks on Thursday said it could plow its part of the Capital Crescent Trail in Bethesda for less than $60,000 with a pilot program starting next winter.
A Montgomery County committee formed after concerns about safety threats posed by water main failures has come up with a set of recommendations for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.
Metro's board of directors voted Thursday to raise fares come July.
Getting the right medical attention at hospitals can be life-saving and five D.C. area hospitals are being recognized for their patient care, overall safety and capacity to save lives.
Police searching for Relisha Rudd and Kahlil Tatum have increased the reward offered for information regarding the case. Meanwhile, the FBI has added Tatum to its "Most Wanted" list.
Bill raising max speed limit to 70 mph won't advance beyond Senate committee
Police in Charles County are looking for a man caught on camera stealing packages from two Hughesville homes.
It's been 11 years since local graphic designer and heavy metal vocalist Nina Osegueda lost 60 pounds. She says music has helped her keep the weight off.
Wheaton Youth Center is headed for the wrecking ball after the Montgomery County Council declined to protect the aging building with a historic preservation designation.
New speed cameras recently unveiled in Laurel are being called a prototype -- they tell drivers how fast they're going before they reach the camera.
Press conference set to promote bill that could help students struggling in special education
A D.C. man has pleaded guilty to robbing banks in Washington and Maryland, and to possessing child pornography.
A former postal worker has pleaded guilty to falsely claiming he was disabled to get worker's compensation benefits.
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