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.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis says he was fined by the NFL for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward in Sunday night’s game.
The NFL has overturned the $5,000 fine that Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk received for removing a microphone he was wearing in a game against the New York Jets.
Bernard Pollard delivered a textbook forearm/shoulder hit and was penalized keeping a Jaguars drive alive.
A service allowing drivers in the District of Columbia to determine how much they owe in late tickets is being extended.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say they will be cracking down on drunken boating this weekend.
Talk about the fashion police. A proposed law in New York City puts you in jail or fines you $1,000 for buying a knock-off.
A new defense for Maryland residents who use marijuana for medical reasons has cleared the Maryland General Assembly.
During the massacre at Virginia Tech, 32 students and faculty were all killed on campus in 2007. Now the school is being slapped with a fine for not reacting fast enough.