A former Navy man launched an attack Monday morning inside a building at the Washington Navy Yard, spraying gunfire on office workers in the cafeteria and in the hallway at the heavily secured installation, authorities said. Thirteen people were killed, including the gunman. The vice admiral says the 12 people killed by the gunman were all civilians. Fourteen people were wounded.
The person who will fill a vacant state Senate seat on the Eastern Shore will likely be chosen by Maryland’s governor because votes for a replacement are split.
Women at Towson University are on alert after a reported rape near campus.
There is now a detailed sequence of the crash that sent a woman plunging into the Chesapeake Bay. Police in charge of investigating last month’s accident on the Bay Bridge have released a reconstruction report.
A 10-county partnership is lobbying state lawmakers on behalf of rural Maryland.
Lawyers who looked into the handling of sexual assault complaints in the nation’s capital said Thursday they were confident that the D.C. police department had the tools to conduct thorough investigations.
The first official report is out on that massive train explosion in Rosedale, Baltimore County last month.
A new report is highlighting the stress that military children face while their parents are deployed.
Finally, there are some answers in the CSX train derailment and explosion that shook Rosedale last month. The NTSB reveals the crossing where the train collided with a truck gave almost no warning for drivers; the stop signs were barely visible.
Hidden behind the angst and anger surrounding Derrick Rose’s decision not to play thus far in the depleted Bulls’ playoff run was the hope that maybe No. 1 would suit up when the time was right to lead his team.
Towson University officials and Baltimore County Police say a report of a shooting on campus was unfounded.
A new report from the District of Columbia’s inspector general raises further questions about whether the fire department has enough trucks to respond to major emergencies, and the D.C. councilmember who oversees the agency said he was losing confidence in its leadership.