State Trooper Racial Slur Complaint ReinstatedA Maryland appeals court has reinstated a legal complaint seeking details about the internal investigation of a state trooper who used a racial slur in a voicemail message to a Somerset County woman.
Md. Democrats File Complaint On 'Change Maryland'The Maryland Democratic Party has filed a complaint against Republican Larry Hogan's campaign for governor, but the campaign says it's groundless.
Police Charge 3 Suspects With BurglaryPolice have charged three suspects in Glen Burnie with burglary, trespassing, and possession of paraphernalia.
Government Charges Wal-Mart With Labor ViolationsFederal officials filed a formal complaint Wednesday charging that Wal-Mart violated the rights of workers who took part in protests and strikes against the company.
Complaint Filed Over Search At Hagerstown AirportThe daughter of a Hagerstown woman has filed a complaint about the conduct of Transportation Security Administration agents at the city's airport after her mother, who uses a wheelchair, was searched in public prior to boarding a flight to Florida.
Md. Lawsuit Arising From Death In Aruba DroppedAn American Express subsidiary is dropping its complaint against a Maryland man jailed for months in the presumed death of his traveling companion in Aruba.
D.C. Jury Awards Lifeguard $3.5M In Harassment CaseA federal jury in the District of Columbia has awarded $3.5 million to a former public pool lifeguard who says she was sexually harassed by a supervisor.
Price Is The #1 Car Repair Complaint: Find Out What's #2A new survey from Consumer Reports reveals this and more.
CPSC's Public Database Faces First Legal ChallengeA new public database for safety complaints about cribs, power tools and other consumer products is facing its first legal challenge.
State Board OKs Censure Of PG School Board MemberThe Maryland State Board of Education says school board officials in Prince George's County were correct to have censured a board member who visited a high school to investigate a truancy complaint.
Md. Prosecutors Probe Foreclosure ComplaintPrince George's County prosecutors are investigating a complaint that more than 1,000 deeds for homes foreclosed upon in Maryland were improperly executed.