Traffic fatalities in Maryland have dropped to a 52-year low.
The lawyer for a woman charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing of two children during an exorcism says he will mount a defense that she is not criminally responsible.
Officials have released the names of two men who died after going into cardiac arrest while shoveling snow and a third man who also died of cardiac arrest the same day.
A reminder from the state fire marshal–always check the batteries in your smoke detector!
The state health department confirms four more cold related deaths in the last few weeks, bringing the total number this winter to 11.
The Navy says a fourth Navy diver has chosen to accept non-judicial punishment in connection with the training deaths of two sailors in Maryland.
Drugs and deaths. The Maryland Health Department is addressing a 15 percent hike in fatal drug overdoses in Maryland.
Two senior Navy diving leaders face criminal manslaughter charges in the deaths of two divers at the Aberdeen Proving Ground “Super Pond.” The divers drowned in a training exercise just weeks after another diving death at Aberdeen.
Authorities say a man accused of turning off power to a chicken house and causing the death of some 33,700 birds has been ordered to spend 60 days in jail.
Maryland Natural Resources Police have identified two men who died after a boat capsized in St. Mary’s County.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is trying to understand why three of the four people who got organs from a rabies-infected donor in 2011 didn’t develop the disease, the agency’s top rabies expert said Wednesday.
Mistrial On First-Degree Murder In Case Of Man Accused Of Killing 3 Young Relatives; Guilty Of Conspiracy
A split verdict in the trial for a man accused of slashing his young relatives’ throats. Convicted of conspiracy but cleared of murder charges, Policarpio Espinoza Perez could still spend his life behind bars.