Investigators Turning To Cameras To Find Those Behind Frederick Razor TrapsNew measures are put into place in Frederick after dangerous booby traps are found on popular outdoor trails.
Man Charged In June Stabbing Death Of Frederick WomanA 23-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection with the June stabbing death of a 52-year-old Frederick woman.
Sheriff's Office Says It'll Handle Reports Of Traps At TrailFrederick County officials have discussed the recent discovery of two razor blade traps along a recreational trail.
Oil Shipments By Rail Made Public In MarylandThe Maryland Department of the Environment released records Wednesday disclosing the number of large oil shipments by rail companies in the state.
Police: Frederick Man Grabbed Woman, Struck OfficersA Frederick police officer has used a stun gun to subdue a man accused of grabbing a woman's crotch and then striking two officers.
Plaintiffs Seek $750 Million In Fort Detrick Pollution SuitCritics of Fort Detrick in Frederick have filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking $750 million for injuries they say were caused by the Army's reckless handling of chemical and biological toxins.
For Widow Of Slain Missionary, 'It's A Broken Plan Now'Chung Hwan Park and his wife, Ae Suk Ko, had worked only a few weeks at the church retreat center in Frederick County, Md., when a woman arrived to drop off her 30-year-old son.
Woman, 19, Gets Probation In BB Shooting Of School AthleteA 19-year-old white woman has been sentenced to a year of supervised probation for shooting a black high school athlete with a BB gun in an incident police initially called a hate crime.
Md. Preps Underway For Pope’s Visit To The Nation’s CapitalThe countdown is on for the pope's visit to the nation's capital. People are hard at work getting things ready. A lot of construction is being done in Maryland.
Police Helicopter Rescues Hiker On Appalachian TrailA Maryland State Police helicopter crew has rescued a hiker who was suffering from a medical problem on the Appalachian Trail.
Officials Support Moving Bust Of Dred Scott Opinion's AuthorA bronze bust of the Supreme Court chief justice who wrote the inflammatory 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery will likely be removed from the Frederick, Maryland, City Hall after a majority of aldermen said they support moving it to a museum or other appropriate venue.
Frederick Officials Taking Up Issue Of Disputed Taney StatueFrederick city officials are considering a proposal to remove from City Hall a sculpture of the U.S. Supreme Court justice who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery.