Court Rules Police Can Use Volunteered DNA In Other CasesMaryland police can retain and use a person's legally obtained DNA to investigate unrelated criminal cases, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday.
3 People Charged In 2 Separate Human Trafficking CasesAlleged sex traffickers arrested in Howard County. Three people are accused of kidnapping women and forcing them to become sex slaves. Experts say it's an emerging problem here in Maryland.
Appeals Court Rehearing Md. Pregnancy Center CasesA federal appeals court in Virginia is set to reconsider the constitutionality of two ordinances requiring Maryland anti-abortion pregnancy counseling centers to post certain disclaimers.
13 Cases Of Meningitis Linked To Steroid Shots Now Reported In Md.The number of Marylanders infected with fungal meningitis is going up.
Woman Hospitalized After Meningitis Outbreak Speaks With WJZMore cases of meningitis from tainted steroids. Tuesday, the CDC reported another three deaths, bringing the death toll to 11. Here in Maryland, affected families are on edge.
Steroid-Related Meningitis Cases Rise To 105; 5 Cases Reported In MarylandMeningitis cases caused by contaminated injections have climbed to 105 nationally with an eighth death confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control.
Prosecutor Says Agreement Reached In Alston Funds CaseMaryland's state prosecutor says a verbal agreement has been reached to settle cases involving a lawmaker accused of using campaign funds to pay for wedding expenses and using state money to pay an employee in her private law firm.
CDC Study: Rise In Autism Cases In Children Due To Better Diagnosis & ScreeningStunning new numbers are out on the rate of autism in America. It is much more prevalent than previous estimates.
Johns Hopkins Study Finds Baltimore An HIV HotspotThe city of Baltimore is named an HIV hotspot. It's all part of a shocking new study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University.
Former Prince George's Schools Head Gets New Fraud Case HearingA former Maryland county schools superintendent convicted of steering business to a company where his then-girlfriend worked could get out of prison early after an appeals court reversed three fraud convictions against him.
More Than 1,600 Deportation Cases Set To Be ClosedThe Obama administration has recommended canceling deportation proceedings for more than 1,600 illegal immigrants in Denver and Baltimore not considered a national security or public threat, a DHS official said Thursday.
Pregnancy Center Disclaimer Cases PostponedArguments have been postponed in two cases in which Maryland anti-abortion pregnancy counseling centers claim that government ordinances requiring them to post certain disclaimers infringe on their constitutional rights.