Howard County News
A Columbia man has been charged in the death of a bail bondswoman.
Howard County police say a woman believed to be a bail bondswoman has died after being shot in Columbia.
A Maryland-based health care company accused of defrauding Medicaid and other federal programs will pay $150 million in a settlement announced Monday.
Libraries across Maryland are reinventing themselves from the silent, stuffy archives to be more inviting for patrons to meet, read and even snack.
Merriweather Post Pavilion is officially partnering with Rock & Bus, a company that runs round trip bus service to concerts.
Howard County police say a 23-year-old man accused of an Ellicott City stabbing is facing attempted murder and assault charges.
Power outages across the D.C. region are still impacting schools in our area.
It's a double whammy for some residents. They don't have power or water. Howard County will be handing out water Tuesday until 6 p.m.
Officials say a Maryland man has died and six people have been hospitalized for apparent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Officials say the bicycle portion of a triathlon on Sunday may cause major traffic delays on Md. 108.
Howard County authorities rescued a woman trapped in her car after it landed in her pool.
Singer Gavin DeGraw has canceled several more concerts so he can recover from injuries suffered in a street attack, but plans to be back performing by Aug. 24.
Police in Howard County are trying to identify a man who took numerous lottery tickets, cigarettes and cash from a Columbia convenience store in a robbery.
E-readers are popular gizmos, but they can be pretty expensive. But now, you don't have to buy one to use one. Some local libraries will let you borrow them and take them home for a while.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman says he will issue an executive order expanding a smoking ban to all county parks.
A rock climbing instructor in Columbia has been charged with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old female student.
A small church in Ellicott City has dedicated a plaque to the late Gov. William Donald Schaefer, who worshipped there for six years and remembered it in his last will and testament.
A marathon-crashing dog has inspired an online fundraiser that has taken in more than $13,000 in donations toward cancer research.
Some Maryland prison inmates are sewing copies of the original Star-Spangled Banner for the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.
Food and drink selections seem to be getting bigger and bigger these days. A new iPad application gives customers a quick and easy way to find the perfect pick.