Man charged with assaulting police officer during struggle in Glen Burnie
Gov. Martin O'Malley is offering a helping hand to the struggling Canal Place heritage area in downtown Cumberland.
Large Ferris wheel, the Capital Wheel, to overlook nation's capital from Maryland pier
Maryland State Police say they've arrested a Baltimore man wanted in the theft of eight Hermes handbags from a Texas home that were worth $200,000.
Police in Md. seize truck with 187 bushels containing undersized oysters
Following another deadly fire, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue is reminding residents what they need to do to stay safe.
Former Prince George's County sheriff's deputy to be sentenced for having sex with inmate
The number of pet adoptions and rescues from Frederick County's animal shelter has been falling over the past five years, leading to an increase in animals put to death.
The death of a 10-year-old Gaithersburg, Md. boy who died after being pulled from the icy waters of a pond in Montgomery County has prompted one Maryland state lawmaker to consider legislation requiring fences around storm water ponds.
Brown outlines measure to begin expanding prekindergarten in Maryland
Police: 1 dead, 1 injured in apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in Cumberland home
Md. Senate president warns of difficulty in raising minimum wage
Md. panel launches 'listening tour' aimed improving police interaction with the disabled
A Rockville, Md., man is dead after and early morning fire in Montgomery County.
Ocean City councilwoman proposes 'no profanity' signs on boardwalk
Bel Air teen pleads guilty to manslaughter in father's death, gets 18 years
Rising rent prices seem to be the norm in the D.C. metro region, but the cost of an apartment has actually gone down.
Wells scores 17 in second half to help Maryland rally past Notre Dame 74-66
Two days after a 10-year-old boy fell through the ice on a Gaithersburg storm water pond and died, Nikia Joines bemoaned the fact the pond had not been fenced off.
With the 495 Express Lanes' one-year anniversary in the dust, more information is being released about who uses the roadway and what drivers are paying -- however, the numbers show there are still fewer vehicles on the road than first anticipated.