2 Charged In Seizure Of Assault RiflesFrederick city police have charged two Mount Airy men with possessing or selling illegal assault rifles.
Md. Officials Continue Crackdown On Illegal CrabbingCracking down on illegal crabbing. New rules are set to go into effect.
New Findings Show Dozens May Have Cast Double Votes In 2012 ElectionIt's a founding principle of our country--you only get one vote. But election groups say they've found dozens of voters casting ballots in the last presidential elections in both Maryland and Virginia.
2 Fishermen Plead Guilty To Illegal HarvestingTwo Tilghman Island fishermen have pleaded guilty to illegally harvesting and selling more than 185,000 pounds of striped bass.
Frederick County, Md., Sheriff Joins Border TourA Maryland sheriff known for his tough stance on illegal immigration says he's visiting the U.S-Mexico border to get a firsthand look at the influx of unaccompanied children entering the United States.
Many Marylanders Celebrate New Year With Blast Of Illegal FireworksWhile tens of thousands will be watching the fireworks down at the Inner Harbor or on TV, others light illegal out-of-state fireworks in Maryland.
New Life For 'Silk Road' Website Selling Illegal DrugsFive weeks ago, the FBI shut down what it calls the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet. Silk Road was a website selling illegal drugs and guns, but it may be finding new life.
Feds Destroy Illegal Vehicle Seized At PortU.S. Customs and Border Protection has destroyed an illegal off-road vehicle seized at the Port of Baltimore.
2 Men Sentenced For Illegal Striper CatchA Virginia Beach charter fishing operator and a Maryland man have been sentenced for illegally fishing striped bass.
Police Seize More Than A Dozen Illegal Dirt Bikes In RaidCity police are cracking down on illegal dirt bike riders. Sixteen bikes were seized in a raid Saturday in northwest Baltimore.
Baltimore City Police Aim To Take Illegal Dirt Bikes Off The RoadIt's a dangerous tradition in Baltimore--illegal dirt bikes zooming through the streets of the city.
Lawmakers Look To Criminalize Violent ThreatsOutlawing the threats of mass violence. That's the issue state lawmakers are taking up to keep Marylanders safe.