Charles County News
A pedestrian was struck and killed early Thursday morning on northbound Route 301 in Waldorf.
Maryland State Police say a car has collided with a commuter bus in Waldorf, killing a 20-year-old man.
One person was injured after a bus collided with a passenger car in Waldorf Monday.
A beautiful Charles County home has been on the market for 18 months, but the odds are against it selling -- at least quickly.
Charles County Public School students now know when they'll have to make up classes for days lost during last week's flooding.
A cyclist was struck by a hit-and-run driver sometime Thursday night or early Friday morning, according to the Charles County Sheriff's Office.
The American Red Cross said Thursday it's cutting the equivalent of 17 full-time and one part-time staff positions across western, central and southern Maryland, mainly to reduce administrative costs.
A series of wrecks on the Nice Bridge in recent weeks has left some residents who live nearby stuck in traffic for hours. Now, local leaders have come up with a plan to help tackle the problem.
It's been burning for five days and now smoke from a massive brush fire in Virginia's Great Dismal Swamp is raising concern nearly 200 miles away.
Maryland health officials say a potentially toxic blue-green algae has been found in the mouth of the Mattawoman Creek near Indian Head and the Potomac River south of the creek, and they are urging residents to avoid swimming and other water contact in the area.
Officials say a house fire has killed a 5-year-old boy and seriously injured his 2-year-old sister in Charles County.
Some local teens agreed to drive for a whole year with a special camera mounted inside their car, and the safety study led to some interesting findings.
Because of the Code Red air quality alert, VanGo in Charles County is free Friday.
Authorities in Charles County say a 3-year-old boy drowned in a swimming pool during a birthday party.
Proposed toll increases that would nearly triple the cost of the toll on the Gov. Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge by summer 2013 have roiled southern Maryland residents, who say they are unfairly paying the bill for the Intercounty Connector.
Residents of southern Maryland have some of the nastiest commutes not just in the area, but the entire country, and some local leaders are hoping to change that.
Several dozen elementary and middle school students in southern Maryland have been taken to hospitals after they reported feeling ill because of the heat.
A 14-year-old boy was killed Saturday afternoon while trying to cross busy Route 228.
Charles County put up a new live "cat cam" in the Tri-County Animal Shelter this week.
Charles County Schools financial manager has been charged with using thousands of federal dollars -- meant to purchase academic equipment for underprivileged students -- to buy laptops, iPods and video game consoles for herself and her family.