Ledecky Heading to Rio, Wins 400 Free at US Olympic TrialsKatie Ledecky has set the bar so high, it's a letdown when she doesn't set a world record. But the Bethesda 19-year-old has no complaints; she's heading to the Olympics.
NIH Treats Woman With Rare DiseaseA woman with a rare form of Tuberculosis is currently is stable condition while being treated at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda.
Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle In BethesdaA 24-year-old Bethesda man remains in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after being struck by a vehicle in North Bethesda on Wednesday night.
Labor Secretary To Discuss Minimum Wage In Md.U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez is scheduled to join Gov. Martin O'Malley for a minimum wage event.
Police: Explosions At Md. Home In Domestic DisputePolice say a man suspected of detonating explosives at his father-in-law's home in a domestic dispute has been arrested in northern Virginia.
Workers At 2 Montgomery Trash Haulers Go On StrikeWorkers with two of the three contract trash haulers in Montgomery County are going on strike.
1 Construction Worker Dead, 1 Rescued In Bethesda Parking Garage CollapseDeadly garage collapse. A daring rescue for emergency crews after a parking garage caves in on top of construction workers at the Montgomery Mall.
Leggett Proposes Higher Parking Rates For BethesdaMontgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is calling for higher parking rates in Bethesda.
Future Spy Complex In Bethesda Gets ApprovalA federal planning agency has approved the design of a future spy complex in Montgomery County that has angered residents.
Jury Finds Norwood Guilty Of Killing Co-Worker At Upscale Clothing StoreLate Wednesday evening, a jury found a Bethesda woman guilty of first-degree murder. She killed a Johns Hopkins grad student inside the upscale store where they worked.
Testimony Continues In Yoga Shop Killing CaseA detective who interviewed a woman charged with killing a co-worker at a Maryland yoga clothing shop has taken the stand.
Downtown Bethesda Parking Woes About To Get WorseThe search for parking in downtown Bethesda will be even worse for about three years, with a key street and major parking lots closing for high-rise and underground construction projects.