College Park

UMd. Women's Basketball Coach Resigns Over Sex Abuse AllegationsScandal rocks the University of Maryland's esteemed Lady Terps. Late Friday, their assistant coach resigns amid allegations he sexually abused a player at his former job.
University of Maryland OKs Beer Sales During Sports Trial The University of Maryland has approved a trial plan for the school to sell beer at its football stadium and other athletic venues beginning this fall.
Police: Man Entered U-Md. Dorm Room, Touched WomanUniversity of Maryland police say they've made an arrest after a woman woke up in her dorm room to an intruder touching her.
'American Sniper' Controversy In College ParkControversy on campus. A student organization at the University of Maryland College Park decides not to show the hit movie "American Sniper" after getting negative feedback from some Muslim students.
Metro: Service Restored After Bridge Falls Onto TracksMetro says service to Greenbelt has been restored after a concrete pedestrian bridge fell onto tracks in Berwyn Heights.
Md. Man Sentenced To 150 Years In Beer Pong Sex Assault CaseA Montgomery County man convicted of sexually assaulting men he met at beer pong events was sentenced to 150 years behind bars on Wednesday.
Pedestrian Bridge Collapses Onto Tracks In GreenbeltA frightening scene near College Park. A pedestrian bridge tumbles onto train tracks in Prince George's County, leaving massive headaches for commuters.
Campus Beyond Excited As Terps Head To Final FourHeading to the Final Four. The Terps are making a deep run in this year's March Madness tournament. After defeating Tennessee, the University of Maryland's women's basketball team will now take on U-Conn.
Terps Add Top High School Heavyweight Recruit Diamond Stone To RosterFive days after Maryland was knocked out of the NCAA Tournament, the Terps add a heavyweight to their roster. One of the nation's top high school recruits says he's coming to College Park.
UMd. Students Make Bracelets To Help Jailed JournalistsUniversity of Maryland journalism students are raising money to launch a line of bracelets emblazoned with the names of journalists imprisoned around the world to raise money for the cause, and awareness of their plight.
UMd. Student Who Sent Racist Email Won't Return This SemesterOfficials say a Maryland college student won't return to campus this semester after an email he sent filled with racist and sexist language was made public.
UMd. Students Hold Town Hall Following Discovery Of Racist EmailRacism at the University of Maryland. An e-mail sent months ago is causing outrage on campus now.