Anne Arundel County
An Anne Arundel County teacher was arrested Tuesday on charges related to her relationship with a student that involved sexual text messages and images.
Prosecutors recommend no jail time for former Md. county executive convicted of abusing office
The online news editor for an Annapolis newspaper has been charged with soliciting sex from someone he thought was an adolescent girl.
All Maryland bills seeking a ban or moratorium on hydraulic fracturing die in General Assembly
Restaurants, bars near Annapolis benefited from Bay Bridge closure during winter storm
Officials still investigating overturned truck on Bay Bridge but say closure policy worked
A judge has ruled that a man accused of firing his malfunctioning gun three times at employees during a grocery robbery has been ruled incompetent to stand trial.
Cyberbullying measure in Maryland to have hearing
Anne Arundel County Police say a homeless man was struck and killed trying to cross Ritchie Highway in Pasadena.
Incoming Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman says she has shut down a computer system used to monitor security cameras and fired an official who oversaw the system.
Maryland officials are planning a variety of ways to reach people who do not speak English well to help them obtain insurance under the federal health care law.
A 7-year-old boy was suspended last week from an Anne Arundel County school for chewing a danish into the shape of a gun and saying "bang, bang" to one of his classmates.
A woman who caused a fatal crash while driving on a learner's permit will be able to serve the remainder of her one-year sentence on home detention.
Army GI says he leaked secrets to WikiLeaks to expose US 'bloodlust' in 2 wars, spur debate
Police expect thousands in Annapolis for gun control rallies, street closures planned
More and more school systems are thinking about changing their start times to gear them to the biological clock of teens.
US soldier pleads guilty in WikiLeaks case and faces 20 years; wanted to expose US 'bloodlust'
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
A judge has spared a man who pleaded guilty to assault time in state prison because of his short stature.
Change might be brewing for local craft beer enthusiasts, who could soon find more of their favorite ales at restaurants or stores.