A New Carrollton man is displaced after a Sunday afternoon fire and now his 41 pet rabbits need new homes.
A measure to raise the amount of money exempted from estate taxes in Maryland is moving forward in the Legislature.
Judge mystified by Md. defendant's ability to break handcuffs, withstand stun gun jolts
Md. police: Man shot, killed at Salisbury police barrack after trooper hit or dragged by car
Two tickets hit on the five numbers and Mega Ball to split Tuesday's $414 million jackpot, and one of the tickets was sold at a liquor store in Southern Maryland.
An Elkridge man faces a possible 20-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the shaking death of his 6-week-old daughter.
Opened in 1950, the "venerable sheet music emporium" is getting ready to close its doors on its 64th anniversary.
In the past few months, millions of people had personal and financial information stolen because of security lapses at retailers and universities.
It's time to honor D.C.'s restaurants and those behind the scenes who pave the way in the world of culinary innovation.
Md. inmate from Conn. gets 30 years for cellmate's murder at prison near Cumberland
Several months after WTOP Ticketbuster broke a story that caused serious questions to be asked about speed-camera accuracy in Morningside, another driver has come forward to tell her story.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Lardarius Webb is taking part in an advertisement to help people find out more about getting help to enroll in health insurance.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Elephant at Md. Zoo euthanized, was one of oldest females in facility's herd
120 arrested in Md. during drunken driving patrols during St. Patrick's Day weekend
Cumberland, Md., woman dies from suspected hit-and-run on Hagerstown thoroughfare
Senate president: Only Baltimore City needs bail system overhaul to meet lawyer requirement
Maryland health exchange board adopts plan for those who have tried to enroll
A man and woman are dead in Anne Arundel County in what police are calling a murder suicide.
There's a clearer picture of what laws may change and what laws won't in Maryland this year.
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