Ex-Staffer Sentenced In Leaked Nudes Of Congressional DelegateDorene Browne-Louis, of Upper Marlboro, was sentenced Monday to two years of supervised probation and ordered to pay a fine.
Goucher Poll Shows Strong Hogan ApprovalA new poll released Tuesday morning showed how the upcoming gubernatorial election is shaping up.
Police: Woman Shot In Head Before Car Is Stolen In HighlandtownAuthorities are searching for a man and woman who allegedly shot and robbed a woman in Southeast Baltimore early Sunday morning.
Baltimore City Council Votes To Sync Traffic Lights In Response To Fines For Blocking IntersectionsBaltimore city leaders voted Monday night to sync traffic lights within the the next few weeks.
Police Searching For Royal Farms Armed Robbery SuspectAuthorities are searching for an armed robber who allegedly threatened to shoot a Royal Farms clerk earlier in the month.
Naval Academy Head Says Court Martial Possible In Drug CaseThe superintendent says he expects by the time the investigation ends it will involve between six and eight midshipmen. So far, two students have left the academy voluntarily, and three have been dismissed.
Restaurants Change Menus Over E. Coli Fears Connected To Romaine LettuceFears over an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce is causing some local restaurants to make some changes to their menu.
Dr. Oz Films Bus Fire Involving Students From MarylandThe well-known television doctor, Dr. Mehmet Oz, was driving along the New Jersey Turnpike this weekend when he saw a bus on fire.
Gas Prices On The Rise Ahead Of SummerThe gas prices at the intersection of York and Seminary reflect what's been happening in at gas stations across Maryland.
Vaping Prompts Maryland School To Remove Bathroom DoorsA popular new vaping device is forcing an Maryland high school to remove the doors from half of their restrooms.
UMD College Park Prepares For 1 Of Largest Open Houses In StateThe University of Maryland-College Park is preparing to roll out the welcome mat to thousands of visitors for this year's Maryland Day.
Light City Festival Draws Thousands, Boosts Baltimore EconomyThe event drew thousands to Maryland, shining a spotlight on Baltimore City, celebrating art, music and innovation.