Spinning Ohio State Fair Ride Breaks Apart; 1 Dead, 7 HurtAt least one person was killed and several others injured when a ride malfunctioned on opening day of the Ohio State Fair, fire officials said.
Man Injured In Tornado Credits Late Wife With Helping Him Get Out AliveWednesday marked day three of the clean up on Kent Island following the most powerful tornado to hit Maryland in more than a decade.
Wrong Way Crash Kills 2 On Route 50 In AnnapolisAll lanes of westbound Route 50 at Bay Dale Drive were closed for several hours Wednesday morning after two people were killed in a crash.
NTSB: Nearly As Many Die In Speed Related Crashes As Alcohol Related CrashesA federal agency is now calling for action after an extensive report reveals an alarming number of people die in speed related crashes, nearly as many as in alcohol related crashes.
Officials Unveil Flood Protection Plans Near Anniversary Of Ellicott City FloodThe one year anniversary of the deadly and destructive flooding in Ellicott City is days away.
State Delegate Recovering After Pit Bull MaulingThe minority leader of Maryland's House of Delegates is recovering after he was mauled and bitten by a pit bull over the weekend.
Teen Recovering After Being Struck By Man Fleeing From PoliceA man was arrested after trying to get away from Baltimore police Tuesday night and hitting a 14-year-old boy on his bike.
Food Truck Owners Sue City Over Rule About Operating Within 300 Feet Of RestaurantsA football field is 300 feet long, and under Baltimore law, that's the exact distance food trucks must stay away from brick and mortar restaurants, if both serve the same kind of food.
Mayor Announces Plans To Further Combat City Crime In Wake Of Gun Bill Chaos The City's top office and top law enforcer are fighting to pull guns off Baltimore's streets as a violent summer rages on. Even with a watered-down gun bill making it's way toward law.
Stuck In Alaska After Terminal Diagnosis During Vacation, Md. Woman Wants To Come HomeA former Maryland teacher who went on an Alaskan cruise in April has been stuck in Anchorage ever since.
State of Maryland Reaches Settlement In Tyrone West Death LawsuitThe State of Maryland appears to have reached a $400,000 settlement in a federal lawsuit in the 2013 death of Baltimore man in police custody.
Emergency Services Director: Kent Island Tornado Looks 'Like Somebody Steered It... Away From Homes'Fourteen homes and one business were destroyed by a E-F2 tornado that struck Kent Island early Monday morning.