Howard County News
A Columbia man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for the fatal stabbing of a fellow teenager in 2011.
In one local community, a man was caught on tape stealing packages from a home in Columbia, Md.
A Howard County man has been sentenced in Frederick to 40 years in prison for wounding a man and shooting at a police officer in 2005.
There was singing, laughter and a lot of burgundy and gold Wednesday as Howard County Executive Ken Ulman paid off a friendly wager.
Howard County is banning the sale of sugary drinks on county property.
The personal chef profession is growing in demand for busy families and people with dietary restrictions, according to culinary experts. The business is not just booming in the D.C. area - it's spreading throughout the country.
Howard County police are investigating the discovery of a woman's body in a wooded area in Laurel.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has set a travel record for September.
Two officers with the Maryland Transportation Authority Police were hurt when a car crashed into a patrol vehicle conducting a traffic stop.
An employee with the Federal Emergency Management Agency has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $143,000 from the agency.
The Howard County school board has apologized for maintaining segregated schools through the mid-1960s.
For Chris and Shawn Riley, making their wedding guest list is a daunting task - as it would be for any couple inviting every Marylander who voted in favor of same-sex marriage this year.
A Howard County farm family is seeking to become the first in Maryland to reclaim development rights it voluntarily sold to the state decades ago.
Howard County police say a Taco Bell manager is in critical condition after being shot outside a Columbia restaurant.
Adrienne Duperre won't remember President Barack Obama winning re-election, but her parents sure will.
If people without power are using a generator at home, knowing proper safety procedures could mean the difference between life and death.
State officials say a power outage caused by superstorm Sandy at a water reclamation plant has resulted in a sewage overflow of 2 million gallons per hour into the main stem of the Little Patuxent River.
Howard County police arrested a man who allegedly used a video camera to secretly record several women in their homes. The arrest was made less than a day after police released footage of the man to the public.
Howard County Police have arrested at 42-year-old man they say secretly videotaped two women in their Ellicott City condominium.
Charles Turner has been located. The Silver Alert has been canceled.
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