Carroll Co. School's Ban On Confederate Flags, Swastikas Now In EffectThe new ban on Confederate flags and swastikas at Carroll County Schools went into effect Thursday.
Carroll Co. Man Arrested For Child PornA Carroll County man was arrested Friday morning for child porn, according to Maryland State Police.
Prosecutors: Man Tied Cinderblock To His Dog, Threw Him In Liberty ReservoirA man has been found guilty of tying a cinderblock to his dog and throwing him into Liberty Reservoir.
Former Carroll County Teacher Of The Year Indicted On Charge Of Enticing MinorA federal grand jury has indicted a public school teacher in Carroll County on a charge of attempted enticement of a minor.
Confederate Flags, Swastikas To Be Banned At Carroll County SchoolsThe Carroll County Public School system is moving forward with banning the Confederate flag and swastikas as part of its dress code.
Suspect Who Stole Packages From Home Caught On CameraPolice have released video of a suspect who stole packages from in front of a home, and are hoping the public can help them identify him.
Md. National Guard Holds Response Training For Chemical AttacksThe Maryland National Guard's 231st chemical company conducted a joint training with first responders in Carroll County on Saturday.
Seven People Arrested In Stolen Van After Pursuit; Officer Seriously InjuredAuthorities say seven suspects have been arrested after the driver of a stolen van led police on a chase in Carroll County, and a responding officer has suffered serious injuries.
Mt. Airy Fire Requires Assistance From 4 Counties CrewsA house has been destroyed after a Carroll County fire ignited Wednesday afternoon.
Maryland School District Explores Ban On Confederate ClothesA Maryland school district is exploring whether it can legally prohibit students from wearing the Confederate flag on clothing and other accessories.
Man Burned After E-Cigarette ExplodesA Maryland man is in the hospital after his e-cigarette exploded while he was changing the batteries.
Hogan On Children's Health Insurance Program: 'Needy Kids Should Never Become A Political Football'Governor Larry Hogan is pleading with Congress to reauthorize funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).