Crews in Baltimore are working to install more motion-activated cameras in areas where illegal dumping continues to be a problem.
Prosecutors are asking that the wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson to pay a $15,000 fine in full before she reports to prison next month.
Prosecutors say former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson has the money to pay a $100,000 fine related to his extortion conviction before he heads to prison.
Frederick County lawmakers have agreed to increase the potential fine for drivers who illegally pass a school bus.
A man who rang up $4 million for himself by rigging Washington-area pay phones he owned to robotically dial toll-free numbers so he could collect a 50-cent fee has been sentenced to three months in prison and a fine of $20,000.
Pepco says a $1 million fine imposed by The Maryland Public Service Commission for long outages in 2010 was harsh, but the company will not appeal the decision.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has fined Pepco $1 million for failing to maintain its system properly over a period of years and subjecting customers to long outages too often.
The Transportation Security Administration says officers found two throwing daggers hidden in a hollowed-out book at a checkpoint at Reagan-Washington National Airport.
State officials say the operator of a Baltimore incinerator has agreed to pay a $77,500 fine to settle alleged air pollution violations.
A landmark judgement against a Maryland doctor. He is slapped with a harsh sentence for defrauding dozens of patients.
Police in the nation’s capital have arrested nearly 3,500 drivers in the past two years whose tags had expired or who had failed to register their cars, but the vast majority weren’t locked up.
Ryan Clark’s first fine for an illegal hit drew nothing but a remorseful nod from the Pittsburgh Steelers safety.