Maryland State Police
Two Maryland state troopers were injured early Saturday morning when a driver struck the back of a patrol car.
Crackdown on the roads. State troopers are on the lookout for drivers in violation of the Move Over Law. This comes after several of their own have been injured by drivers who didn’t make room.
Maryland State Police say a retired trooper was killed when a car crashed into a garage at his Rock Hall business, where he was living.
Maryland State Police made more than 1,400 traffic stops in one day during a crackdown on drivers who fail to move over or slow down for emergency vehicles
Maryland State Police and the Frederick County Farm Bureau are teaming up to let troopers hunt crop-eating deer.
Move over! That’s the message from Maryland State Police to motorists! Starting Monday, state troopers will be out enforcing the state’s Move Over Law.
The Maryland State Police Licensing Division has mailed out more than half of the almost 1,000 handgun qualification licenses that have been applied for under the state’s new firearms law.
The Frederick County Fire Investigation Task Force is looking into a house fire and shooting in Middletown.
The Maryland State Police are criticizing Attorney General Doug Gansler for calling the commander of the executive protection section a “henchman” of Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
An investigation into the stabbing of a nurse at a state psychiatric hospital is focusing on how a patient obtained a 7-inch galvanized metal spike that he allegedly used in the attack, the facility’s chief executive said Tuesday.
Interest in the announcement of Attorney General Doug Gansler’s running mate was eclipsed Monday by a report that he has made inappropriate demands of the troopers assigned to drive him to appointments.
A Maryland State Trooper narrowly avoids being hit by a car in Baltimore County.