Amazon Book Store Coming To MarylandAmazon is opening a book store in Maryland.
Over 1,000 Displaced From 2-Alarm Electrical Fire In Bethesda Apt. ComplexOver 1,000 people have been displaced after a two-alarm electrical fire broke out at a Bethesda apartment building, according to Montgomery County Fire.
Deportation Of 2 Illegal Md. Immigrants Sparks Outrage; No Criminal HistoryTwo local brothers have been sent back to their native country, after appearing at a regular check-in with immigration officials.
Former Federal Officer Gets 4 Life Sentences For 2016 Shooting RampageA former federal officer charged in the killings of three people in a two-day shooting rampage in May 2016 will be sentenced Friday.
Police Search For Naked Man Attempting To Break Into HomesMontgomery County police are trying to find a man they say attempted to get into a Maryland home while naked.
Bethesda Man Set to Run 50th Consecutive Boston MarathonA Bethesda man is about to run his 50th consecutive Boston marathon in April.
April Trial For Man Accused Of 3 Shooting Deaths in MDAn April trial has been scheduled for a man charged with fatally shooting his estranged wife and two other people during a rampage in a Maryland suburb of the nation's capital.
Police Losing Battle To Get Drivers To Put Down Their PhonesState police in Tennessee, have been known to patrol in a tractor-trailer so they can sit up high and spot drivers texting behind the wheel.
Rock Climber Sentenced to 10 Years for Killing MentorA Virginia man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for the voluntary manslaughter of his rock climbing mentor.
Ledecky Shocked After Improving 1,500 World Record In HeatsKatie Ledecky touched the wall, turned around, spit out some water, curled her mouth into a big smile and began waving her finger.
Camp Counselor Charged With Inappropriately Touching GirlMontgomery County Police have charged a counselor at a summer camp in Bethesda with having inappropriate contact with a 11-year-old girl.
Police: No Indication Of Shooter On Walter Reed's CampusOperations at Walter Reed National Military Center are back to normal. Reports of a possible gunshot put the facility on lockdown.