First lady Michelle Obama speaks of courage and grit after bombing at Boston marathon
Maryland church where Boston bombing victim teaches to hold prayer vigil
Man, 21, fatally shot in northwest Baltimore; another man wounded
Organizers of the Frederick Running Festival say they expect the event to go on as planned in the wake of the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon.
State police say the eastbound lanes of Interstate 68 in far western Maryland are closed because of a vehicle fire and hazardous-materials spill.
Montgomery County officials say new state mandates will drive up spending on the county's school system by $100 million over the next four years.
Baltimore has temporarily suspended its troubled speed and red-light camera program.
Charm City has temporarily suspended its troubled speed and red light program following reports of erroneous citations.
The plans for a makeover for Wheaton are in flux and according to Montgomery County Council President Nancy Navarro, that's the problem.
Now that spring is here, motorists are finding themselves increasingly sharing the area's roadways with bicyclists and there is a right way for bikes and cars to coexist while commuting.
Maryland utility regulators say they have set aside 10 days to hear a rate increase request from Pepco.
Wieters homers as Orioles extend Rays' skid to 4 games with 5-4 victory
Md. landlord pleads guilty to using surveillance camera to spy on female tenants
Md. girl charged with making bomb threat against school; courthouse target of separate hoax
A Glen Burnie school resource officer will not face charges after police found he installed a camera in a high school boys bathroom.
Biden, O'Malley to celebrate the opening of a new UB law school building
Maryland will be able to help thousands of drug addicts get into treatment once they become eligible for health insurance next year.
Man, 34, falls to death from High Rock in Washington County
Annapolis sees spike in thefts from vehicles; police say doors unlocked in most cases
Despite heading-off many potential terrorist events in the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the bombing at the Boston Marathon points out local, state, and federal law enforcers can't prevent every attack.