Anne Arundel County
Eighty-seven students at the U.S. Naval Academy will march in the presidential inaugural parade this month.
Racetrack officials say a horse escaped from Laurel Park and galloped 1.6 miles on a road with traffic before being caught.
A man who pleaded guilty to fatally shooting a father of three outside a Glen Burnie tavern has been sentenced to life in prison.
A Maryland state delegate who has admitted being under the influence of alcohol during a powerboat crash last summer says he's sought treatment.
Anne Arundel County authorities say a 40-year-old woman has died after a fire in a Glen Burnie home.
Less than two years after opening his Main Street wine bar, Brian Bolter, a well-known face on Fox 5 news in Washington, D.C., wants to open a second business in downtown Annapolis.
With the sun-splashed waters of the Chesapeake Bay providing a shimmering backdrop, Will Baker, president of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation declared, "the state of the bay is improving."
The health of the Chesapeake Bay improved slightly last year, according to a new report by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
A Maryland board has postponed a vote on an $11.7 million contract to allow a juvenile justice facility in Carroll County to double its size from 48 people to 96.
One person has died in a mobile home fire in Anne Arundel County.
An annual bird count in Annapolis found 108 different species, but bird watchers were hampered by windy conditions.
A Pizza Hut employee says he was demoted from delivery driver to kitchen employee after defending himself while on the job.
Police in Frederick are looking for the person who stabbed a man in the head.
Annapolis police say more than $20,000 in camera equipment has been stolen from a home.
Police are looking for someone who fatally shot a man at Dietrich's Tavern in Glen Burnie, the third fatal shooting at the bar since 2009.
Officials in Anne Arundel County are investigating an accident involving a box truck and a police car.
Gov. Martin O'Malley has appointed the chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission to be a judge on the state's intermediate appellate court, and the governor has named a new director of public affairs for his administration.
Maryland's largest casino will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Maryland's incursion into the world of legalized gambling is likely to bring the state millions of dollars in tax revenues, but industry experts predict the decision to allow table games will continue a decades-long tradition of states cannibalizing one another's markets for personal gain.
Casino proponents in Maryland rejoiced when November's referendum passed, saying it would keep gambling money in state. And though bus tours to Atlantic City have seen a decline since Maryland Live! and other casinos opened, some gamblers say it doesn't matter how many casinos Maryland builds or how many table games it adds -- trips to Atlantic City are less about the bets and more about the escape.