Program For Homeless High School Students To Expand25 Gov. Thomas Johnson High School students took part in a summer program called New Horizons Frederick that provided academic support and work opportunities to homeless high schoolers.
Frederick To Remove Statue Of Justice Who Affirmed Slavery From City Hall CourtyardA statue of the Supreme Court justice who an 1857 decision affirming slavery will be removed from a Maryland City Hall courtyard.
Man Says He Was Selling Cocaine To Pay For Wife's PregnancyA Maryland man reportedly told police he was selling crack cocaine to help pay for his wife’s in vitro fertilization treatments.
Police: Man Fatally Shot After DisagreementA man has been charged in a fatal shooting outside a Frederick apartment after a disagreement.
Civil Aviation Group Creates Memberships for Drone PilotsAn advocacy group for civil aviation is spreading its wings to welcome drone pilots.
New Video Released; Questions Surround Motorcade's Role In Fatal WreckQuestions persist about a congressional motorcade that investigators say led to a deadly crash on a busy Maryland interstate Wednesday morning.
1 Dead Following Accident as Congressional Motorcade PassesDrivers are being told to avoid I-70 westbound in Frederick while crews are cleaning up after a fiery fatal crash Wednesday morning.
87-Year-Old Woman Dies in Frederick CrashAn 87-year-old woman was killed in a car crash in Frederick Tuesday, according to Maryland State Police.
Civil-Rights Lawyer Suspended for Financial MisconductA Frederick civil-rights lawyer has been suspended indefinitely from practicing law in Maryland due to financial misconduct.
Frederick County Teen Kills Deer That Broke Into His HouseAn eight-point buck breaks into a Frederick home, doing some serious damage.
Public Schools Data Breach Affects 1,000 Former StudentsOfficials with Frederick County Public Schools say about 1,000 former students are affected by a pre-2010 data breach that was discovered in September.
Removal of Statue of Dred Scott Opinion's Author is AppealedA court battle is brewing over the city of Frederick's plan to rid City Hall of a statue of the man who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.