The National Park Service says an electrical problem is temporarily closing the Washington Monument.
Metro says three train lines are being affected by a power problem and that customers should be prepared for delays.
The natural gas bonanza that has enriched some Appalachian states has so far eluded western Maryland as market forces and a drawn-out state review of the drilling technique called hydraulic fracturing have weakened the region’s appeal to the energy industry.
A possible landing gear problem holds up the runway at BWI.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office says a fire that heavily damaged a Joppa hardware store and injured two firefighters was caused by an electrical problem.
When the keys are removed from some Hondas, they could roll away.
Close to 11,500 people were treated in emergency rooms in 2010 for fake marijuana use.
Chemicals linked to intersex fish that have both male and female traits will be the focus of a forum in Washington hosted by the Potomac Conservancy.
Cases of prescription drug abuse are soaring in Maryland, and the state needs a database to monitor prescriptions to help fight a serious public health concern, a top state health official told a panel of lawmakers Thursday.
Members of an employees benefits commission are recommending Maryland save retiree health care benefits for people who’ve spent 15 years working for the state, instead of the current five-year requirement.