So far, only three cases of Ebola have been diagnosed on U.S. soil. But after missteps in the initial response and fears over hospitals not being prepared, panic over a possible outbreak is growing.
The first patient to contract Ebola on U.S. soil is now in Maryland. The 26-year-old nurse just arrived at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
A Bethesda woman has been ordered to pay more than $22,000 to her former friend after admitting in court to stealing dozens of rare books from her, including one worth $8,000.
A Virginia man has been arrested on charges of having unprotected sex with a Maryland woman without telling her he was HIV-positive.
Metro officials plan to close three red line stations in Bethesda for 14 weekends in 2016 to repair persistent leaks in the tunnels and to avoid a long-term shutdown of the red line that had been feared.
Metro is beginning a two-year project to replace the escalators at its Bethesda station, home to some of the longest escalators in the world.
An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone is in isolation now at NIH.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to attend a fundraiser this month for Republican Larry Hogan, who is running for governor of Maryland.
The Ebola virus is killing people in Western Africa even faster than before. It could affect more than 20,000 people before the epidemic is over.
A trail group in Bethesda, Maryland, is suing the U.S. Transportation Department, alleging a planned light-rail route through some Washington suburbs would harm two rare, shrimplike creatures.
A real estate website has named two Montgomery County cities among the top 10 snobbiest small cities in America.
There is new fallout over forgotten vials of the deadly smallpox virus found at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. N.I.H. employees tell WJZ they were never notified about the mistake.