A carbon monoxide buildup inside a shopping area of Damascus, Maryland, prompted emergency crews to evacuate several businesses and evaluate 10 people on the scene Thursday night.
Emergency funding is paying for shuttle bus bridges along the route while track repairs are conducted. Repairs will continue through March 11.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, a Democrat from Montgomery County, has filed to run for a second term.
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.
A Silver Spring man was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon outside of a vacant home in Capitol Heights. Prince George’s County police are looking for help in solving the case.
Hank Dietle’s Tavern, Rockville’s oldest bar, was destroyed Wednesday morning by a fire that authorities believe was started by “smoking materials” on the front porch.
A Richmond, Va. federal appeals court has found that President Donald Trump’s latest ban on travelers from six largely Muslim countries is unconstitutional.
In an effort to ease overcrowding of New Jersey Transit, the New Jersey governor said his state will lease 20 cars from Maryland.
BWI Marshall Airport won’t have to rely on outside contractors to clear snow from important navigational equipment anymore. The airport is purchasing its own snowcat. The snow-grooming vehicle is more commonly used to smooth ski slopes.
Equinix Inc., a Redwood City, California-based global data center company, has made a major strategic acquisition in Dallas-Fort Worth, buying Infomart Dallas from Bethesda-based ASB Real Estate Investments in an $800 million debt and cash deal.
“The crime of DWI in Maryland while transporting a minor is on the rise,” said Kurt Erickson, president and CEO of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program.
With a bevy of exit ramps that wind and weave their way through the area, the FBI is not discounting the idea that the driver of the SUV just made a wrong turn and then panicked as he approached armed guards outside the secure NSA gate.
A Maryland county school district is advancing plans to ban Confederate flag imagery from schools. Carroll County Superintendent Stephen Guthrie said the revised dress code will stand up in court.
Montgomery County Council President Hans Riemer is demanding prompt answers from county Fire Chief Scott Goldstein about inappropriate comments directed at custodial staff at multiple fire stations.
A proposed bill aims to change how the homicide of a fetus can be prosecuted in Maryland. The bill is based off the case of pregnant Howard County teacher Laura Wallen, who was killed last September.