Inmate Found Hanging in His Cell DiesAuthorities say an inmate found hanging in his cell at the Allegany County Detention Center has died.
911 Recordings: Man Found Dead In Maryland Woods Was NakedEmergency services recordings obtained by The Associated Press say that a man found dead in the western Maryland woods was naked.
Convicted Attempted Murderer Killed in State PrisonMaryland State Police are investigating a homicide of an inmate at a state prison in Allegany County Wednesday.
Phone Scammer Poses As State Trooper, Demands MoneyMaryland State Police are warning the public about a telephone scammer posing as a state trooper and demanding money.
Allegany Co. Couple Found Dead in Apparent Murder-SuicideHomicide detectives are investigating the apparent murder-suicide of a couple found shot to death at an Allegany County home Tuesday, authorities said.
Judge Upholds Denial of Wind Farm in Western MarylandA state court judge has upheld Allegany County's denial of a 17-turbine wind farm in western Maryland.
Fire Spreads From House To Nearby Woods In Allegany CountyFirefighters are battling a blaze that has spread from a home into the nearby brush and woods in Allegany County.
Medical Marijuana Grower Buys Land In Allegany CountyA company planning to grow medical marijuana has purchased land in Allegany County to cultivate the plant.
Paper Mill, U.S. At Odds Over How To Resolve Pollution CaseThe Justice Department and the former owner of a western Maryland paper mill are fighting over how to resolve an air-pollution case.
Md. Announces Rare Birth Of 5 Cubs To 1 Black BearThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it has documented the state's first known birth of five black bears in a single litter.
Feds Rule Md. County Out Of Running For Rural Health FundingU.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski is asking the federal government to reconsider a decision making Allegany County ineligible for rural health care grants.
Western Md. Coalition Seeks Looser Gas Drilling RegulationsA coalition of western Maryland landowners, businesses and labor groups says the state's proposed rules for natural gas drilling go too far.