American University extended its condolences to the family of 19-year-old Kenneth Clarke, who was a freshman in the School of International Service.
A “worst-case scenario” murder-suicide that orphaned 3 children has Maryland’s top prosecutors debating whether there should be a change in the law.
A Montgomery County teenager charged with bringing a loaded gun to school multiple times is expected to plead guilty to a charge carrying a sentence of 90 days to three years.
Montgomery County police will continue to conduct random distracted-driving stings to send the message about the dangers of using a phone behind the wheel.
Just after 2 a.m. Wednesday, Prince William County Police said, an 18-year-old was walking home from a friend’s house in Manassas when the driver of a red Toyota 4-door picked him up, abducted him and put him in the trunk.
A 10-year-old boy’s 911 calls reveals the moments after his father fatally shot his mother and then himself. Police said Calvin Carnathan shot Candace Carnathan Jan. 27 just one day after she sought a protective order against her husband.
A compilation video by Deadspin of local TV anchors from multiple markets reading the same message went viral online. Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group is under fire as media critics accuse the company for its encroachment on journalistic ethics.
D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham considers the nation’s capital a top three U.S. target and won’t delay when the ticket and tow policy goes into effect, even for smaller neighborhood races.
Daron Boswell-Johnson, 25, is accused of killing NeShante Davis and 2-year-old Chloe Davis-Green outside their Fort Washington, Maryland, home in February 2016.
D.C. lawmakers learned during testimony Thursday that what they thought was a fully-funded initiative to collect data on all police interactions is only partially being implemented.
Montgomery County is taking legal action against the Bethesda homeowner and further detailing the extent of the “severe” conditions underground.
The U.S. Attorney’s has moved to block releasing 911 calls from when a McLean, Virginia, man was shot by U.S. Park Police along the George Washington Parkway in November.
A Germantown, Maryland, man who was seen on surveillance video buying gasoline and a gas can is now charged with the murder of his friend, who was found in her burning car.
Khurram Chaudhary, 31, of Woodbridge, Virginia, is a nearly four-year veteran of the department, the Alexandria Police Department said in a statement Tuesday.
Federal agents are tracing the history of the gun investigators said was used in the shooting at Great Mills High School, in St. Mary’s County, Maryland.