Maryland National Capital Park Police have identified the youth who was killed while riding an off-road vehicle behind a school in Clinton.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement with 16 companies for cleaning up the Central Chemical Superfund site in Hagerstown.
A Maryland judge has ruled records describing large oil shipments by rail subject to disclosure under the Maryland Public Information Act.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has been holding court with hundreds of Iowans, declaring that he can be president of the United States.
Four firefighters suffered minor injuries after a 4-alarm blaze tore through an IT building at Washington College on Saturday night.
The family of a mother struck and killed by a dirt bike speaks out.
Police have identified three teens shot and killed on Thursday night in Baltimore.
Gov. Larry Hogan’s top housing official was “off the reservation” when he spoke of trying to limit liability of landlords in lead paint cases, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford said Saturday.
Fatalities on our state’s waterways are rising. So far this summer, we have already surpassed last year’s deaths by five.
Maryland’s housing chief has suggested that parents might deliberately poison their children with lead in order to secure housing benefits.
Maryland revenues ended up being about $200 million above projections for the last fiscal year, a top state budget analyst said Friday.
The Naval Academy tells WJZ it’s increasing security on campus in light of recent attacks targeting service members.