Nationals-Orioles TV Hearing Reset For March 31An appeals court hearing in the long-running television dispute between the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals has been rescheduled for March 31.
Parking Dispute Ends With Murder-Suicide In EdgemereA Baltimore County man and woman are killed in a murder-suicide just as police officers arrive to arrest the man. He was wanted in a neighborhood parking dispute that turned violent in Edgemere.
Baltimore-Bound Passenger Charged For Pre-Flight Cell Phone DisputeCleveland authorities say a Maryland traveler who refused to turn off his cellphone and fought with flight attendants as a plane taxied for takeoff has been jailed and charged with aggravated disorderly conduct.
Man Arrested In Oxon Hill Double MurderTwo women are found dead inside a home in Prince George's County. Now a man is in police custody.
Police: Aberdeen Woman Literally Stabbed In The Back By Her MotherA 48- year-old woman is charged with stabbing her daughter in the back with a kitchen knife during an argument in her Aberdeen home.
Utility Workers Picket For New ContractUnion utility workers are picketing in Frederick to draw attention to their contract dispute with FirstEnergy Corp.
Baby Hurt In Domestic Violence Incident; Father ArrestedIn West Baltimore, a baby is back with its mother after suffering cuts no the head.
Takoma Park Man Arrested Over Borrowed Car DisputeFrederick Police say a Takoma Park man was arrested and three people were injured in a dispute over a borrowed car.
Trial Resumes For Cop Accused In Death Of Woman & ChildTestimony continues in the trial of a D.C. police officer charged in the deaths of his mistress and his young child.
Anne Arundel County Police Arrest 3 At Odenton Hotel After Fight Over Illegal DrugsAnne Arundel County police arrested a 31-year-old man and two women on various charges on Friday after responding to a disturbance call at an Odenton hotel.
Court Rules Against Former Chief Public DefenderMaryland's highest court has ruled against a former head of the state's public defender office who was challenging her 2009 firing.
Md. Church Hopes To Resolve Water Rights DisputeA Seventh-day Adventist congregation in Maryland is pleased with a federal judge's ruling that may help to break a stalemate over a proposed construction project.