A big bust for Baltimore police this week. They caught a drug dealer who may have been selling guns from his South Baltimore home. Detectives say that without tips from neighbors, they may have never arrested the suspect.
Deputy State Fire Marshals are investigating how a 14-year-old boy got illegal fireworks after he ignited them and injured himself.
Baltimore’s comptroller is accusing the mayor and the city’s former information technology director of illegally buying $659,000 in video phones.
Federal prosecutors indicted operators of the popular sports gambling website Bodog on Tuesday along with four Canadians, including Bodog executive Calvin Ayre.
A new state law that goes into effect in January will impose a $25 fine for every illegal commercial sign placed along state highways.
Starting Saturday morning, Maryland drivers could get pulled over just for sending or reading a text message.
Maryland’s health secretary is considering classifying synthetic drugs known as “bath salts” as controlled dangerous substances, making them illegal.
Federal immigration authorities have shared with a Maryland police department nearly $500,000 that was seized during an investigation into illegal gambling businesses.
Authorities say an illegal rockfish net found off Tilghman Island had more than three tons of fish.
A state delegate is trying to force a referendum on whether Maryland should allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state college tuition.
The Maryland General Assembly has approved a bill to grant in-state college tuition rates to illegal
immigrants who meet certain requirements.
The Coast Guard is warning people who pay to go fishing on the Chesapeake Bay to avoid illegal charter boats.