Feds: Florida neo-Nazi leader conspired with woman to attack Maryland power grid
A Maryland woman conspired with a Florida neo-Nazi leader to carry out an attack on several electrical substations in the Baltimore area, officials said Monday.
Boy, 11, rushes back into burning apartment to save 2-year-old sister
Firefighters in Maryland say an 11-year-old boy suffered minor burns after racing back into a burning second-floor apartment to rescue his 2-year-old sister.
Costumed Ohio sex offender pleads guilty to planting bomb at romantic rival's Maryland home
Authorities say Clayton McCoy drove to Maryland to drop off a homemade package bomb that seriously wounded a man dating a woman who spurned him.
Maryland woman wins $25,000 lottery prize with numbers from sister's dream
A Maryland woman is thankful to her sister, who had a dream about the bus number "23815."
Maryland election results: Dan Cox, backed by Trump, wins GOP primary for governor
Dan Cox defeated a moderate rival backed by outgoing Gov. Larry Hogan. Cox will face the winner of the Democratic primary in the November general election.
Woman wins another 30 grand playing same lottery numbers
She picked the numbers of the computer-animated horses because they had the least chances of winning. Then the horses beat the odds for her — twice.
Capital Gazette mass shooting victims honored at wreath-laying ceremony in Annapolis
A wreath-laying ceremony was held in Annapolis on Tuesday to honor the five journalists and staff killed in a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in 2018.
Maryland to expand abortion access after lawmakers override governor's veto
Maryland lawmakers have overridden GOP Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a measure to expand access to abortion in the state.
These single moms needed support so they bought a house, raise kids together
Friends Holly Harper and Herrin Hopper launched the Siren House, a place for them and other women to live while they figure out the next chapter in their lives.
Video: Deputies brave frigid water to rescue woman from Maryland river
Dramatic video shows deputies rescuing a woman from the frigid waters of a Maryland river.
Maryland woman rolls out mobile shower unit to give homeless ‘dignity’ and ‘sense of self’
Omolayo Adebayo spent four years raising funds to purchase a mobile shower unit to give the homeless population a chance to freshen up and develop a “sense of self.”
Zebras reportedly on the loose in Prince George's County after escaping from farm
Some wild news is coming out of Prince George's County, where some neighbors have reportedly seen zebras on the loose.
2 Baltimore police officers shot outside shopping center; suspect dead
Two law-enforcement officers were taken to a local hospital after being shot outside a Baltimore shopping center on Tuesday, according to Baltimore County police.
Good Samaritan dives into bay to rescue toddler thrown into water during crash near Ocean City
Authorities say a good Samaritan dove into the waters of Assawoman Bay to rescue a toddler who had been thrown from a vehicle and off a bridge during a crash near Ocean City Sunday.
Maryland reviews ex-official's work after Chauvin testimony
Maryland officials plan to review all in-custody death reports during the tenure of the state's former chief medical examiner after he testified that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was not responsible for George Floyd's death.
Nearly 100 midshipmen recovering from COVID-19 in Annapolis motel after Academy cases double
Nearly 100 Naval Academy midshipmen are recovering from COVID-19 at a hotel in downtown Annapolis after a surge in cases on campus.
Second Baltimore explosion victim found overnight, officials say
Two people are dead after a natural gas explosion leveled three homes in Baltimore on Monday.
Judge rules women can get abortion pill without doctor visits
A federal judge agreed Monday to suspend a rule that requires women during the COVID-19 pandemic to visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to obtain an abortion pill.
Minnesota drops from 'A' to 'D' on social distancing report card
A little more than a month after the state of Minnesota received an “A” grade in social distancing, the state has now been given a “D”.
Maryland, Delaware farms to destroy 2M chickens due to plant staffing shortages
Coronavirus-related staffing shortages at chicken processing plants will lead farms in Maryland and Delaware to destroy nearly 2 million chickens.