Maryland Awarded $2 Million To Prepare For Terrorist AttacksThe Maryland Emergency Management Agency has been awarded $2,098,575 to prepare the State and local communities for terrorist attacks.
AMBER Alert Canceled For 3 Missing Maryland ChildrenAuthorities have issued an AMBER Alert for three missing children from Prince George's County.
State Officials: Slow Down On Slushy RoadsOvernight snow has cause slick roadways across Maryland.
State Officials Urge Motorists To Stay Off Roads; Tuesday Commute Likely TreacherousA winter storm is rapidly getting worse across central Maryland. A large number of schools have already closed for Tuesday. Roads are already very treacherous in some places.
Snow & Ice Possible For Tuesday Morning CommuteState agencies are preparing for a potentially messy commute on Tuesday.
Governor O'Malley Updates State On Winter WeatherGovernor Martin O'Malley thanks crews for their hard work during this latest winter storm.
First Flakes Falling In What Could Be Biggest Storm Of The SeasonA state of emergency is in effect as a major snowstorm arrives in Maryland. It could be the biggest storm of the season.
Superstorm Sandy Task Force Urges Coastal Towns To Plan AheadTen months after Superstorm Sandy destroyed several coastal communities, a presidential task force is releasing new recommendations to protect people and property. Maryland Emergency Management Agency leaders respond.
Md. Asks Residents To Report Sandy DamageMaryland officials are asking residents of the lower Eastern Shore to report damage from superstorm Sandy, as the state appeals a denial of individual assistance by the federal government.
2 People Killed In Maryland During Hurricane Sandy; Md. On 'More Fortunate' Side Of The StormSandy has now been downgraded from a hurricane to a post tropical cyclone. The effects of Sandy are from over, though. People will be dealing with the damage for days to come.
BGE: 885 Customers Without Power After Heavy RainsBaltimore Gas & Electric says about 885 of its customers are without power following heavy rains over the weekend.
Authorities Hand Out Supplies To Help Residents Cope With The HeatBoth Baltimore and Washington have broken records with temperatures soaring beyond 100 degrees.