Lawsuit alleges negligence in death of Md. man with Down syndrome who died in police custody
Police in Howard County are investigating four smash and grab robberies that occurred as women dropped their children at day care centers or went to the gym.
27 states have passed laws to stock injection devices at schools to treat allergic reactions
Strike enters day 2 at Port of Baltimore, arbitration scheduled for Friday
3rd lawsuit alleges immigration enforcement contributed to Frederick, Md., jail suicides
Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens just put Johns Hopkins University in his will, promising $20 million from his estate to support vision-saving research.
Illinois trucker gets 20 years in Nebraska prison for crash that killed Maryland family of 4
A man who wants to be Maryland's governor is in a bit of hot water -- and the current governor has something to say about it.
The federal government shutdown has ended and a clearer picture is emerging about how exactly it affected drivers and transit users.
Md. muzzleloader deer season opens with new school safety zone
O'Malley to announce unemployment tax rates for 2014
O'Malley appoints Fraser-Hidalgo to fill vacant Montgomery County delegate seat
APNewsBreak: Attorney for accused student seeks superintendent's recusal in sex assault case
Ravens RB Rice needs a running start to get his season going after slow start
Man dies after being hit by co-worker in Md. parking lot
A fashion event in Bethesda on Wednesday night will feature local cancer survivors modeling clothes designed especially for women who've had breast cancer treatment. Here are the details.
Ruppersberger still looking at a run for Md. governor, says he'll announce decision next month
Frederick County, Md., teacher training with Army researchers canceled by federal shutdown
Hagerstown, Md., City Administrator Zimmerman retiring in 2015 after nearly 2 decades
Former GOP congressman Gilchrest endorses Democrat Mizeur for governor