A Maryland high school sophomore accused of shooting a disabled classmate on the first day of the school year is due in court.
Maryland’s highest court ruled Thursday that the state police must release files related to how authorities investigate racial profiling complaints.
The killing of teenager Phylicia Barnes made worldwide headlines. The high-profile trial of her sister’s boyfriend for the crime starts Tuesday.
Heading to court. Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold answers allegations he misused employees and wasted taxpayer dollars.
The Department of Justice says it has settled a civil complaint against a Maryland man who protests abortions outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Washington.
A 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.
A Maryland appeals court says the rights of parents to control who visits their children applies to siblings. The Maryland Court of Special Appeals, the state’s intermediate appellate court, issued the ruling late Monday.
A Maryland court says a man who said his wedding vows over the phone and skipped the ceremony in the Democratic Republic of Congo is still married and will be responsible for alimony and child support payments.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps reported to the jury pool Tuesday at Baltimore Circuit Court, along with celebrity chef Duff Goldman.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Greenbelt is considering rules for the proposed sale of the Wisp ski resort in McHenry.
The former head of a Frederick charity that employed developmentally disabled adults is going to jail for refusing to cooperate with an investigation into its failure.
Does the state equally fund its historically black universities and predominately white colleges? That’s the question at the heart of a federal court battle.