There have been two incidents in February of assault and robbery against pizza delivery drivers in Frederick, Maryland, and police are looking for the suspects.
The U.S. Marshals Service is seeking leads to find a suspected MS-13 gang member who has been indicted in a Frederick County homicide.
A student who planned an attack on a Frederick County, Maryland, high school was sentenced to 20 years in prison and five years of supervised probation after pleading guilty.
Maryland lottery officials say the clock is ticking for three Powerball players to claim their $50,000 prizes.
Police in Frederick, Maryland, are investigating the use of card skimmers found on ATMs around the city, several at Weis Markets, in the past few weeks.
The Justice Department on Friday said 54-year-old Mark Lambert of Mount Airy, Maryland, was charged with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and related counts.
A bridge over the Monocacy River damaged by a truck last month has reopened to traffic after emergency repairs took less time than expected.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a police officer in Maryland who said his department and several superiors violated his constitutional rights in retaliation for a Blue Lives Matter rally he had organized.
Police charged a 39-year-old man with human trafficking after a teen runaway was taken to a Frederick, Maryland hotel for prostitution.
The sheriff’s office is looking for more possible victims of a home improvement scam in Frederick County, Maryland.
Three people were killed Saturday night when a plane bound for Frederick, Maryland, crashed in southeastern Indiana
A federal grand jury has indicted a Maryland businessman for allegedly scheming to fraudulently obtain $50 million in bank financing for his company and diverting some of the money for personal use.
A construction accident left one worker dead and another injured at the future site of Sugarloaf Elementary School in Urbana, Maryland.
Now an interpreter in Frederick, Maryland, Andrew Luai had to flee from religious persecution in his native Burma and was imprisoned for smuggling Bibles into the country.
A garbage truck hit a bridge over the Monocacy River in Frederick County, Maryland, and officials say it could be 60 days before it is open to traffic again.