FBI Releases 'Complete' Surveillance Footage From Baltimore Protests, UnrestThe FBI has released its "complete collection" of surveillance footage from last year's unrest after the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.
Suspect Sought in Prince George's County Triple MurderPrince George's County Police are looking for a suspect caught on camera fleeing the scene of a triple homicide in Forestville Friday night.
Police Turn To Surveillance Video In Search For Missing Md. ToddlersPolice in Montgomery County are now turning to surveillance video in hopes of finding two missing children.
Police Release Surveillance Video Of Ellicott City Burglary SuspectHoward County Police release surveillance video of a residential burglary.
Baltimore City Police Release Surveillance Photos Of Suspect In Fatal Hit-And-RunBaltimore City police are looking for a suspect, seen in video surveillance, who was involved in a fatal hit-and-run last month.
Surveillance Video Shows Md. Officer Striking ManSurveillance video from a store in Maryland appears to show a police officer striking a man with a gun which then fires.
Baltimore Police Have Clue In Barbershop ShootingFighting for his life. A local barber was shot during a robbery in his store. Now police have a new clue that could put the gunman behind bars.
Hospital Staffer Found Not Guilty In Assault CaseA former staff member at the state's maximum-security psychiatric hospital has been acquitted of charges she assaulted a patient.
Police Release Surveillance Video Of Univ. Of Md. AttackerPolice at the University of Maryland in College Park are investigating an attack on a female student while she slept.
Surveillance Videos Show Extent Of Damage From The QuakeTwelve million people felt it. The unexpected earthquake shattered nerves from Georgia to Canada.
Man Fatally Shot In Carryout, Police Urge Witnesses To Come ForwardA Baltimore man is shot and killed in front of a group of bystanders. Police are releasing new surveillance video, but they aren't just looking for a murder suspect. This time, they need the people who saw the shooting to speak up.