Minimum wage debate focuses on general economic effects: employment level, consumer spending
Judge: Prosecutors in Naval Academy sex assault case must explain how they will prove case
Man barricaded in Frederick, Md., hotel surrenders, is taken to hospital
There is a barricade situation at a Frederick, Md., hotel near a mall Tuesday afternoon.
Investigators say a convicted sex offender was seen at Wheaton Plaza the day Sheila and Katherine Lyon went missing in 1975 and he may have had contact with the girls. The information is a major break in the long unsolved case.
Police say there were twelve recent incidents of breaking and entering and personal property theft from dorm rooms at the University of Maryland.
Md. governor declares state of emergency before predicted snowstorm
Downtown Crown, a mixed-use project that will include retail and nearly 540 apartments, has announced five new tenants for the development, including a pizza restaurant, a bank and a hair salon.
Investigators released a list of locations where Lloyd Lee Welch has resided in the past in hopes that someone will come forward with information that could ultimately link him to the disappearance of Kate and Sheila Lyon.
Gay teen achieves Eagle Scout rank in Maryland, just weeks after Boy Scouts change policy
The Lyon family issued a statement Tuesday thanking the public for any light they can shed on the girls' disappearance in 1975.
At least 5 Md. school districts in session Presidents Day to make up for excess snow days
A significant development will be announced Tuesday in an unsolved child abduction case that shocked Montgomery County nearly 40 years ago.
Proposed changes to public school start and end times are getting a lot of attention in Montgomery County, and there's still time to share your opinion.
Measure to raise Maryland's minimum wage is set for a hearing in House committee
O'Malley to testify in favor of minimum wage hike; meeting set for health exchange panel
Star Spangled Banner Flag House to open new exhibit on flagmaker Mary Pickersgill in Baltimore
Md. class of 2013 leads nation in high scoring on Advanced Placement exams
Health official says Md. examining alternatives to troubled health exchange for Nov. signup
The surest means of stopping domestic violence is early intervention, Gov. Martin O'Malley says.