- Officer charged with hitting teen gets probation Updated: Oct-08-15 1:01 pm
BALTIMORE - A Baltimore police officer charged with hitting a teenage car theft suspect has been given a year of unsupervised probation.
- Woman killed, injured husband suspect in Mount Airy shooting Updated: Oct-08-15 11:44 am
MOUNT AIRY, Maryland - The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says a Mount Airy man will be charged with first-degree murder in a shooting that left his wife dead and himself critically injured.
- Judge schedules pretrial hearing in Freddie Gray cases Updated: Oct-08-15 11:24 am
BALTIMORE - A judge in Baltimore is scheduling a two-day pretrial motion hearing next week in the cases of six police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, who was injured in police custody.
- Closure of 2 grocery store distribution centers announced Updated: Oct-08-15 11:24 am
UPPER MARLBORO, Maryland - Collington Services says it will close two grocery store distribution centers in Prince George's County.
- State's westernmost county showcases fall colors Updated: Oct-08-15 3:15 am
OAKLAND, Maryland - Maryland's westernmost county is showcasing fall colors and Appalachian culture during its annual Autumn Glory festival.
- No. 1 Ohio State sees turnaround coming against Maryland Updated: Oct-07-15 8:56 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State coach Urban Meyer believes the Buckeyes' victory over Maryland last season was the turning point that eventually led to the College Football Playoff championship.
- Police officer charged with DUI, hit and run in crash Updated: Oct-07-15 6:23 pm
UPPER MARLBORO, Maryland - Authorities say a Howard County Police officer has been charged with DUI and hit and run after a crash in Upper Marlboro.
- Ravens QB Flacco won't need to adjust without Smith, others Updated: Oct-07-15 5:03 pm
OWINGS MILLS, Maryland - The absence of two veteran receivers and his go-to tight end won't change a thing for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.
- Baltimore's mayor discusses policing, community relations Updated: Oct-07-15 3:16 pm
WASHINGTON - Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says policing and community relations require "constant relationship-building work."
- Most crops in Delaware, Maryland survive nor'easter Updated: Oct-07-15 1:34 pm
LAUREL, Delaware - Farmers on Maryland's Eastern Shore and in Delaware say most crops survived last week's heavy rainfall.
- 6,000 gallons raw sewage leak into Deep Creek Lake Updated: Oct-07-15 11:51 am
MCHENRY, Maryland - Garrett County officials say a faulty valve caused 6,000 gallons of raw sewage to leak from a condominium complex into Deep Creek Lake in the unincorporated community of McHenry.
- Maryland governor scheduled for last round of chemotherapy Updated: Oct-07-15 10:40 am
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to have his sixth and final round of chemotherapy this weekend.
- Washington County approves medical marijuana facility plan Updated: Oct-07-15 6:49 am
HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - A medical marijuana company has won site-plan approval for a proposed facility near Hagerstown.
- Salmonella Poona infection reported in Maryland Updated: Oct-06-15 8:37 pm
BALTIMORE - Federal health officials say the outbreak of Salmonella Poona infections from imported cucumbers has reached Maryland.
- Baltimore expected to settle on police van 'rough ride' Updated: Oct-06-15 8:13 pm
BALTIMORE - Baltimore is expected to pay $95,000 to settle a federal lawsuit over an alleged "rough ride" in a police van.
- DNA matches lead to man being charged in 2 cold case rapes Updated: Oct-06-15 6:41 pm
BALTIMORE - Baltimore Police say DNA matches have led to a man being charged in two rapes that occurred in 2012 and 2014.
- 5 shot in west Baltimore neighborhood Updated: Oct-06-15 5:37 pm
BALTIMORE - Baltimore Police say five people have been shot in a west Baltimore neighborhood.
- Brooks Robinson puts Series rings, MVP trophy up for auction Updated: Oct-06-15 3:28 pm
BALTIMORE - Brooks Robinson spent decades surrounded by the trophies and souvenirs he gathered during his Hall of Fame career with the Baltimore Orioles.
- Montgomery County approves lawn pesticides bill Updated: Oct-06-15 3:22 pm
ROCKVILLE, Maryland - The Montgomery County Council has approved a measure banning the use of pesticides on county-owned and private lawns.
- Edsall puts offs naming Maryland starting QB against OSU Updated: Oct-06-15 2:03 pm
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland - Maryland coach Randy Edsall has a quarterback quandary. All three players at the position have struggled, and Edsall must pick one to start Saturday against No. 1 Ohio State.
- Nut factory fire triggers allergy warning Updated: Oct-06-15 12:54 pm
BALTIMORE - Authorities are warning people with nut allergies to be cautious after a fire broke out in a Baltimore nut factory.
- Official: Tests show no health concern from latex spill Updated: Oct-06-15 11:49 am
LUKE, Maryland - Maryland environment officials say test show a spill of nearly 10,000 gallons of latex into the Potomac River does not pose a public health concern.
- Cheese plant near Hancock to reopen Updated: Oct-06-15 10:45 am
HANCOCK, Maryland - A western Maryland cheese plant that closed last summer is set to reopen.
- Historical Society searching for new way to honor Poe Updated: Oct-06-15 9:59 am
BALTIMORE - The Maryland Historical Society is putting a new twist on an old tradition by holding a contest inviting Edgar Allan Poe enthusiasts to submit proposals for a three-minute performance to honor the author on his birthday.
- Paul Simon exhibit to open at Jewish Museum in Baltimore Updated: Oct-06-15 9:34 am
BALTIMORE - The Jewish Museum of Maryland in Baltimore is preparing to host a traveling exhibit dedicated to the music and lyrics of one of America's greatest songwriters.