State police with the Glen Burnie Barrack say an adult female was flown to shock trauma after being struck near U.S. 50 in Annapolis.
Walking along Duke of Gloucester Street and the surrounding neighborhood, Annapolis police Officer Ryan Thiel looked closely into one car after another.
Binge drinkers and frat boys aren’t the only ones despairing over Maryland’s new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected.
An eye-opening new report reveals drinking is widespread on Maryland college campuses, with almost half of students binge-drinking once a month.
More than 2,000 immigrant children. That’s how many state leaders say are right here in Maryland after fleeing from violence in Central America. Tuesday, the O’Malley/Brown administration talked about the steps they’re taking in supporting the federal government’s efforts to help children.
A jury sides with a New Jersey police detective who claims he shot and killed a road-raging Anne Arundel County man in self-defense.
A man is arrested in Annapolis after he passes out on front porch of a stranger’s home.
The process for companies to prepare bids to build and operate the 16-mile Purple Line light rail has formally begun.
A serious accident causes major traffic delays in Annapolis.
In the past 50 years, the average size of the American home was doubled. Bigger means more resources are used.
Officials in Annapolis are about to start construction on a new, $35-million water treatment plant.
The city of Annapolis wants ridesharing company Uber to stop operating in Maryland’s capital until it registers as a cab service.