Pedestrian Struck, Killed On Route 40 In ElktonPolice are investigating a fatal collision involving a pedestrian who was possibly hit by multiple cars on Route 40 in Elkton.
Some Residents 'Afraid' After String Of Property Damage In South BaltimoreResidents and police are trying to figure out who is behind nearly 10 cases of property damage that happened in just one night in South Baltimore.
Shooting At NSA Triggered By Unlicensed Teen Driver Making Wrong Turn And Panicking, Passenger SaysA passenger in an SUV that was shot at by police outside NSA says the driver was a teen who made a wrong turn, panicked and hit the gas.
Hundreds Without Heat, Hot Water After Gas Outage In Pr. George’s Co.About 400 BGE customers have been without hot water and central home heating for days after debris and water flooded a gas main in Prince George's County.
Lyft, Baltimore Bike Share Collaborate To Offer Five Bicycle LocationsThe rideshare program Lyft is teaming up with Baltimore Bike Share to offer new transportation opportunities.
Police Investigate Shooting Outside Maryland American LegionAuthorities are working to find the person who shot a 28-year-old woman outside of an American Legion early Sunday morning.
Snow, Sleet Leave Slick Spots On Roads Across MarylandThe snow has tapered off, but with temperatures dipping overnight, problems could crop up on roadways across Maryland.
BGE Crews Head To Puerto Rico To Aid In Hurricane ReliefBGE crews are on their way to Puerto Rico to assist with recovery efforts in the wake of September's devastating hurricane.
Police Investigating String Of Vandalism, Theft In South BaltimoreBaltimore City Police are investigating nearly 10 cases of vandalism and motor vehicle thefts in South Baltimore on Friday night.
Md. House of Delegates Candidate Facing Backlash Over Gun/Cash BingoA candidate for a Maryland House seat is facing criticism for a campaign fundraiser that included raffling off AR-15s, an event that some say is insensitive following the Florida school shooting earlier this week.
Man, Woman Headed To Baltimore Arrested With Car Full Of DrugsAuthorities say a man and woman who were on their way to Baltimore with nearly 200 grams of cocaine and heroin valued at about $25,000 were arrested on Friday.
Pipeline Protesters Take Frustrations To Hogan's DoorstepScores of environmentalists gathered Thursday night in Annapolis to protest a "Potomac Pipeline," citing inaction on the part of the state in properly vetting the environmental impact of a project that would transport fracked natural gas under the Potomac River.

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