Police Recover $1700 Worth of Drugs & Handgun in Raid Anne Arundel County police executed a search and seizure warrant Thursday and recovered a handgun and several drugs worth about $1700.
6 Kids, 2 Adults Hurt When 2 Cars Hit School BusAuthorities in Maryland say six children and two adults were taken to a hospital with minor injuries after two cars hit a school bus.
Car Crashes Into Front Of Glen Burnie Appliance StoreA car crashes into the front of an Anne Arundel County building Friday afternoon, causing significant damage to an appliance store.
Former Md. Contractor Indicted for Stealing National Defense InfoA Glen Burnie man was indicted Wednesday for stealing federal documents containing high classified information.
Scott & Jeremy Share The Best "Mo-ments" From 2016With the year coming to an end we thought it would be best to look back at the very best Mo-ments of 2016 from everyone's favorite 5th grader.
Glen Burnie Girl Raises Money For Bus Driver's Cancer BattleA Glen Burnie girl pitched in to try to help her bus driver, who's battling cancer.
Police Respond To Barricade Situation In Glen BurnieAnne Arundel County Police are responding to a barricade situation in the 300 block of Old Stage Road in Glen Burnie.
Police Seek Suspect In Fatal Daytime Stabbing In Glen BurnieA 28-year-old woman is dead after a deadly daytime stabbing on Mountain Road in Glen Burnie Monday.
Suspect Charged, 3 People Shot After Glen Burnie Barricade SituationChaos in Anne Arundel County, as a police-involved shooting escalated to a barricade situation leaving a suspect, officer and unsuspecting neighbor wounded Tuesday night in Glen Burnie.
Police-Involved Shooting in Glen Burnie Barricade SituationAnne Arundel County Police are responding to a barricade situation in the 8000 block of Phirne Road.
Glen Burnie Man Charged In 80-Year-Old Mother's MurderA 57-year-old Glen Burnie man has been arrested and charged with first degree murder after police say he killed his mother.
US Official: Security Controls 'Working' Despite NSA TheftWhile defending security controls put in place after the Edward Snowden affair, the top U.S. counterintelligence official says secret government data remains vulnerable to determined thieves.