Woman Charged With Killing 5-Year-Old Son With PoisonMontgomery County Police say a woman killed her 5-year-old son with an overdose of a common antihistamine and set her car on fire with him in it.
Man Charged With Fatally Shooting Ex-GirlfriendMontgomery County Police say a Hagerstown man shot his ex-girlfriend after she left a pickup truck during an argument and shot her again as she lay on the ground.
Prosecutors In 2 Counties To Swap Police-Shooting CasesThe top prosecutors of two Maryland counties have announced they will review fatal shootings by police in each other's jurisdictions. The swap is designed to curb growing concerns that prosecutors are too close to officers in their own counties to handle such cases.
Icy Roads Cause Highway Trouble Over The WeekendIcy conditions caused by frigid temperatures have contributed to numerous problems on highways in Maryland and the metropolitan Washington area.
Md. Lawmakers Get A Budget BreakdownMaryland lawmakers get a breakdown on how much the state will spend and where the money will be spent.
Montgomery County Fire Turns Fatal An 81-year-old woman died from injuries sustained during the fire in her Aspen Hill home.
Man Hit By Police Cruiser In GaithersburgDetectives are investigating a serious pedestrian collision involving a marked Montgomery County Police cruiser.
3-Alarm Fire Under Control At Rockville Apartments Under ConstructionMontgomery County fire officials are on the scene of a three-alarm fire at an apartment complex in Rockville.
Baltimore, Montgomery Counties Settle With OrbitzMontgomery and Baltimore counties have settled a lawsuit against online hotel-room booking company Orbitz over allegedly unpaid occupancy taxes.
Woman, 49, Shot And Killed On Germantown StreetMontgomery County police say a 49-year-old woman was shot and killed on a busy street in Germantown.
77-Year-Old Woman At Bus Stop Fatally Struck By SUVMontgomery County Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian collision in Wheaton.
Montgomery Approves $7.5M More For Transit CenterThe Montgomery County Council has approved an additional $7.5 million for construction of the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center, but officials say it will take much more to repair the facility's structural problems.