Four works made by Montgomery County-based sculptor Zachary Oxman were presented to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his family.
Montgomery County residents have been paying an extra 5 cents for every bag they take home from stores since 2012. Now lawmakers will take a look at tweaking the law and perhaps creating exceptions.
The Wicomico County State's Attorney says three Salisbury police officers involved in a car chase that ended with the death of a 15-year-old driver won't face criminal charges.
Md. Senate committee votes against minimum wage increase measure
Ocean City Police have arrested a man they say stole an off-duty law enforcer's handgun from a hotel room.
Md. Marine from military family among 7 killed in Nev. Explosion, mother says
It may take months before Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission knows why a 60-inch water main burst. What it does know is the sensor that was supposed to alert the utility didn't.
Federal prosecutors say a hospice company in Arizona has agreed to pay $12 million to settle allegations that the company submitted Medicare claims for patients who did not have a terminal prognosis of six months or less.
Md. urges better licensing requirements, other changes in response to spread of hepatitis C
March Madness is an exciting time for sports fans. But for others, it can be an absolute nightmare.
Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein says his office plans to retry Michael Johnson for the death of a North Carolina honor student who was missing for months before her body was found in a river.
The Maryland Senate voted 42-5 Wednesday to approve the state's roughly $37 billion budget.
The Maryland Senate has approved a ban on smoking in vehicles if a child under eight is a passenger.
A senator from Ocean City is being credited with the arrest of a man on theft charges.
Repairs are being made to a water main that broke in Chevy Chase and resulted in water use restrictions.
A funeral for a pregnant Seton Hill University women's lacrosse coach who died in a bus crash in Pennsylvania will be in Baltimore.
Education secretary Arne Duncan to speak about gun control at Loch Raven High School
Water restrictions remain in effect for 1.8 million Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers. But what happens to violators? The WTOP Answer Desk set out to find out.
Drunken driver likely to serve less than 2 weeks for fatality _ at victim's family's request
Cumberland, Md., man found fatally stabbed inside home