The Baltimore City Fire Department is investigating a hazmat incident.
An Army officer has ordered a court-martial for a low-ranking intelligence analyst charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history.
An elementary school in Anne Arundel County is closed for the day because of an oil leak in the school’s boiler room.
Route 50 has been reopened and traffic is now moving after the highway was closed on both directions near White Hall Road over three hours ago.
After months of delay, the U.S. military is set to make its case for court-martialing Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of endangering national security by engineering the largest-ever leak of classified documents.
Hundreds of drivers are stranded on one of the busiest travel days of the year, all because of a spill on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. And a Maryland company is to blame for the tanker that leaked that sticky tar.
Anne Arundel County Health officials have closed a basin along the Severn River because of a sewage leak.
Baltimore officials say about 1,000 gallons of corn syrup has leaked from a storage tank, sending hundreds of gallons of the sticky material into the Inner Harbor.
The National Park Service says engineers sealed cracks in the Washington Monument from last week’s earthquake ahead of Hurricane Irene but have discovered water inside that may indicate additional leaks.
A former senior official with the National Security Agency who admitted leaking information on a failed billion-dollar NSA computer project is asking the judge to sentence him to a year’s probation and community service.
Sharing more than one billion dollars. That’s how much families in Jacksonville will receive for a large gas leak caused by Exxon.
Attorneys for a former National Security Agency employee accused of mishandling classified information after an investigation into alleged leaks to a newspaper say two weeks before trial they still don’t know what evidence the jury will see.