20 Years For Mother In ‘Anayah’s Law’ Fatal Child Abuse Case

Sentenced to 20 years behind bars. A judge says a Frederick County mother failed to prevent her husband from killing their 21-month-old toddler. The gruesome cases prompted reform in Maryland’s child welfare laws.



Smartphone App Will Help Md. Map Invasive Plants

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is promoting a smartphone application that helps scientists track the spread of invasive plants.


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City Of Frederick Recreates End-of-Civil War Celebration

The city of Frederick is lighting up its downtown with torches and candles to recreate an event marking the end of the Civil War 150 years ago.


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Cars, Homes Damaged By Easter Shooting In Frederick

Police in Frederick are investigating gunfire that damaged at least two homes and two vehicles on Easter.


On Mar. 15, full body scanners began being used at Chicago's O'Hare airport. The scanners set off a debate about privacy and security. (credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Md. Sheriff’s Office Buys Body Scanner After Free NM Trip

The vendor that sold a body scanner to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office did so after paying for a trip to New Mexico for two agency employees.



Frederick Police Arrest 2 For Possession Of Synthetic Drug

Frederick Police have arrested two men for disorderly conduct and possession of a synthetic drug called “spice.”


It’s Academic: April 4, 2015

Students from John Carroll, Frederick and Howard compete.


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Police ID Human Remains Found In 2008 Near Frederick

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says it has identified human remains found in a wooded area near Frederick nearly six years ago.


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Bill Would Expand Police Training With Developmentally Disabled

The death of a Frederick County man with Down Syndrome may be destined to change the way law enforcement handles encounters with the developmentally disabled.



Woman Seeks Jury Trial In Western Md. Christmas Eve Slaying; Contends She’s Not The Shooter

A woman accused in a fatal, Christmas Eve shooting near Frederick wants a jury trial.


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National Civil War Medicine Museum Exec. Director Resigns

The National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick is looking for a new executive director.


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Columbia’s Irish Dance Company Set To Take The Stage

One of the premiere Irish dance groups in the nation located in Columbia, get ready for a big performance Saturday night.