A former Baltimore radio personality is going to jail for driving drunk in a crash that sent five people to the hospital.
He’s been a prisoner in Cuba for two and a half years. Now Cuban officials are speaking out, saying they’re willing to negotiate the release of Maryland contractor Alan Gross.
Justice Department officials say they have not visited the Baltimore City Detention Center since late 2010, despite concern over the jail’s handling of juvenile detainees.
A man in prison in California for several rapes has pleaded guilty to three unsolved rapes in Maryland, extending an already long sentence.
The political consultant jailed for his role in the 2010 Election Night robocall scandal is released early to care for his dying mother.
A jail in Maryland’s Frederick County is installing solar panels that will be used to heat water for the facility.
Floyd Mayweather is about 10 days into his 82 day sentence and according to his doctor has lost muscle tone because of the poor food and water in his temporary home.
Authorities say a Maryland woman thought to have schemed to kill her estranged husband and his pregnant girlfriend has been convicted of two counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
A Prince George’s County judge has sentenced a former Metro employee to one year in jail for paying workers for hours they did not work.
Maryland has received a federal grant to help fight cell phone use in prisons.
In an April 11 story about an inmate who hanged herself in jail in Hagerstown, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Washington County sheriff, reported erroneously that Kristy Jenkins was dead after hanging herself in a jail bathroom.
The family of a Maryland man jailed in Cuba for spying is appealing to the pope for help.