Authorities say two deputies went to a residence early Thursday to serve Robert Joseph Robey with a warrant for reckless endangerment and violating probation.
A Maryland teen who was reported missing last week has been found dead at a shopping center in Germantown.
Twenty-six-year-old Prince Gbohoutou’s case has drawn attention since he refused last month to board a flight that would have taken him to his native country of the Central African Republic.
Two students and the bus driver — and the driver of the vehicle that hit the bus — were all taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
A Maryland city is being sued for what an environmental group says is repeated violations of the Clean Water Act at its wastewater treatment plant.
The man was part of a group of 10 to 15 bicyclists who were riding down a steep hill toward the LeGore Bridge over the Monocacy River on Wednesday night.
Sunday afternoon brought steady rain once again into the Washington, D.C. area. Many reports came in of rivers getting close to flood stage, along with flood watches and warnings for most of the area.
Thomas Duboyce’s unique bond with Officer Robert Hunt goes back about as far as it can go. They met on the side of the interstate in when Duboyce was born in 1999. If it weren’t for Hunt, the Frederick County graduate would have died.
Frederick, Maryland, is “getting back to normal” after storms dumped 6 inches of rain on the city May 15. Businesses in the city’s downtown area have been getting a financial boost thanks to online fundraising.
George Worthington Ramer, 64, was arrested and charged with first- and second-degree assault for allegedly inflicting fatal injuries on his wife.
Frederick County officials are urging area residents and businesses to participate in a damage survey that will help determine whether the county is eligible for federal disaster assistance.
MARC says full Brunswick Line service will resume this afternoon, including trains it earlier said would not run. CSX has repaired its infrastructure and flood waters have begun to recede.
The Frederick County Emergency Management Division released a post-storm assessment survey Saturday to help businesses and residents affected by the heavy rain and flooding.
The cemetery of the enslaved workers of the iron furnace was rediscovered in 1979 — 116 years after Abraham Lincoln read the Emancipation Proclamation and potentially even longer since the enslaved people of Catoctin Furnace were sold or freed.
Officials say conditions at a wastewater treatment plant in a Maryland city have improved amid heavy rain and flooding.
It’s been 50 years since parts of D.C., erupted in a wave of rioting, looting and arson, in the wake of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King. WTOP takes an in-depth look at what happened and what people remember.