Ravens RB Pierce hopes to make a name for himself, beyond merely being Rice's replacement
South Florida ready to gauge early season progress against North Carolina State
Police have released a sketch of a man they say sexually assaulted a woman who was walking on Quincy Street in Prince George's County on Sept. 8.
Maryland gubernatorial candidates highlight their differences at forum
Miss Maryland wins preliminary competition on 3rd night of Miss America pageant
Naked Pizza announced this week its Bethesda location was closing temporarily and some other indicators suggest the closure might last a long time.
Woman accused of suffocating her 2 toddlers transferred to psychiatric facility
When the Blue Angels are doing their diamond rolls and delta break-outs, they can't afford distractions.
By the end of 2014, the number of pedestrian fatalities is on pace to meet or beat last year's 45 deaths in the D.C. metro area.
Man pleads guilty to robbery of couple in Md. casino parking lot
Traveling to sunny Costa Rica from the Washington region will get a little bit easier next year, thanks to a new nonstop flight from Southwest Airlines between Baltimore-Washington International Airport and San Jose, Costa Rica.
Playing in a no-Rice zone, Ravens bounce back to beat Steelers 26-6
West Virginia-Maryland renew border rivalry that remains intact despite conference shift
Three days after his two grandchildren went missing, Randy Hoggle is pleading to his mentally ill daughter to come home and help them find the kids.
Bethesda Fire Department officials said they aren't close to making a final decision on the future of their aging Fire Station #6, though they will pursue new zoning in order to keep a redevelopment option on the table.
Carroll County corn maze commemorates 200 years since national anthem's writing
A highly contagious respiratory disease, whooping cough, has surfaced again in Montgomery County.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown briefly left Thursday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens with a head injury.
Oculus VR CEO gives $31M to University of Maryland to construct computer science building
Four of eight people charged in a penny stock "pump and dump" scheme that defrauded $290 million from thousands of investors were arraigned on Thursday following a two-year investigation.
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