The family in Chesapeake, Virginia, saw a four-legged friend hovering over the fence. They nicknamed the bear “Wilson” after a TV show character.
Virginia first-grader Anaya Ellick, 7, has such good handwriting, she beat out 50 other youngsters from around the country to win a national handwriting contest.
A worker at Coastal Precast Systems has died after being run over by a large crane.
Officials say a man has died after trying to clean the chimney of a house in Chesapeake.
Two women are dead following a shooting in an apartment complex in the Town of Cheverly, Maryland.
A Virginia boy couldn’t hold back his tears Monday night after his Navy dad surprised him, following a 99-day deployment.
Maryland Technology Development Corporation said in a statement Friday that Robert A. Rosenbaum, who served for more than five years, is leaving the organization to pursue other interests.
Police in Virginia say six people are dead in an apparent domestic murder-suicide in Chesapeake.
Police and federal agents arrested 10 people following raids on six massage parlors in Chesapeake.
A Chesapeake man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty in connection with a deadly bar fight that began as a spat over an NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins.
On Thursday, Kenneth Saltzman, 49, pleaded guilty to two counts of allowing underage drinking at his North Potomac home in late June.
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County police detectives are looking for a woman they say broke into a senior’s home, tied him up, then stole his cash and credit cards. Police also are searching for two people who…
WASHINGTON — A few passengers got on a bus in Maryland, thinking it was a good deal. Instead, they were left with a handful of counterfeit tickets. Now TransIT Services, the agency that operates the bus, has…
WASHINGTON — One area school system is taking its fight against bullying online. The Howard County public school system is encouraging its students to report bullying through the Sprigeo website and app. The hope is that…
POTOMAC, Md. — In response to community outcry over eight trees chopped down along the C&O Canal towpath near Swain’s Lock, the National Park Service is admitting it did not communicate well with park lovers…