ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (AP) — A 16-year-old girl charged with first-degree murder in her father’s slaying has pleaded guilty. Morgan Arnold of Ellicott City entered her plea Tuesday in Howard County Circuit Court. She had…
A pedestrian bridge fell onto the Metro and MARC train tracks in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Wednesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON — A pedestrian bridge fell onto the Metro and MARC train tracks in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Wednesday afternoon.
WASHINGTON — After a nearly yearlong back-and-forth with Pepco, a Maryland homeowner is asking the utility and its regulators to make it easier to switch to solar energy. A few months after moving to her Gaithersburg,…
WASHINGTON – A grand jury has indicted a Maryland man on a murder charge for the stabbing death of his neighbor, a World War II veteran. Thursday night, the Montgomery County grand jury found probable cause that 60-year-old…
WASHINGTON — Anne Arundel County police officers are looking for Joe Cephus Perdue, an elderly man who was last seen Saturday morning in Odenton, Maryland. According to police, Perdue, 90, was seen wearing a dark…
WASHINGTON – A Gaithersburg man faces multiple charges after he barricaded himself inside his home and threatened to hurt his wife Sunday night. Jeffery A. Flaherty, 53, is charged with four counts of first-degree assault.…
The Tompkins County Sheriff\’s Department arrested 32-year-old Benjamin Cayea for allegedly strangling Jones during an argument.
Carolyn Mattingly called police Tuesday to report slashed
tires on a car at her home. Just more than an hour later police returned,
finding a fire and what they believe is her body.
There were a total of 6 injuries, police said.
A party broadcast on social media led to a large number of uninvited guests, a fight, and multiple stabbings.
The D.C. region is home to many expensive residences and
high-earning professionals, and, as recent survey found, some of the richest neighborhoods in the country.
After a big fishing competition over the weekend, the Potomac River has fewer snakeheads. Dozens of them went home with fishermen after the
two-day Potomac Snakehead Tournament.
Police in Montgomery County are investigating a fatal pedestrian collision Sunday afternoon.
On Sunday, boats with dragon heads at the bow and large, furiously paddling crews took over the Potomac River once again, as the Dragon Boat League came to the District for the 12th year.