Jalen Smith finished with 16 points and six rebounds, a nice follow-up to his game-winning layup against No. 24 Nebraska last time out, to lead Maryland past Rutgers 77-63 on Saturday afternoon at a sold-out RAC.
“We beat a really good team. We need that for a confidence builder,” coach Mark Turgeon said after the Terrapins used a late push to get past No. 24 Nebraska 74-72 on Wednesday night.
The 80-minute lockdown on the afternoon of Nov. 27 started when an active shooter alert that never should have been sent went out across the campus of Walter Reed. From there, someone misheard it.
Gov. Larry Hogan is cheering for a recently disclosed land-swap idea to keep the Washington Redskins in Maryland, but he says there’s no final deal.
Lawmakers and advocates are pushing for an increase in funding to conservation programs across the U.S. including ones that help the Chesapeake Bay cleanup in the 2018 Farm Bill.
After spending 18 months in prison, just before the holidays, Anne Allen of Laurel, Maryland, is a free woman. A jury acquitted the former Walter Reed National Military Medical Center nurse who was in the midst of divorcing her husband, Scott Horn, 62, when he was killed.
No. 9 Maryland won for the second time in three days, beating Dayton 82-71 on Sunday.
Voters in Maryland’s 6th District will choose a new member of Congress Nov. 6 in what has turned into a big-money race to replace retiring Democrat John Delaney. Democrat David Trone and Republican Amie Hoeber are joined on the ballot by Green Party nominee George Gluck and Libertarian Kevin Caldwell.
For the first time since 1977, the Kentucky Wildcats will finish with a winning conference record. Dave Preston talks the latest college football stats, wins and losses in this week’s College Football Corner.
A Montgomery County motorcyclist died Saturday and two more people were injured after a crash on Saturday evening near Olney, Maryland.
Former U.S. Sen. Joseph Davies Tydings died at 90. Tydings, a Democrat, “cut against the grain and had the courage of his convictions to fight for civil rights, and sensible gun laws in the turbulent 1960s,” said Sen. Chris Van Hollen.
WASHINGTON – The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is warning people to avoid the area of Spesutia and Perryman Road after a shooting Thursday. Authorities say three people were killed. It happened at a Rite Aid…
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston discusses Arizona State’s improvement under Head Coach Herm Edwards and runs through all the local action in week two.
Maryland’s 2018 football season promises to be unlike any other — for all the wrong reasons.
A vendor that provides key services for Maryland elections has been acquired by a parent company with links to a Russian oligarch, state officials said Friday after a briefing a day earlier from the FBI.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.