Arsonist on the loose. Authorities in Laurel are ramping up their investigation into who is setting playgrounds on fire across the city.
State fire officials are investigating five more suspicious fires in Washington County.
Officials at BWI Airport say a suspicious item in a non-public area of the airport forced the clearing of passengers from an area of Concourse D.
The FBI says a letter sent to the Department of Agriculture had no threats and was not a hazard. Agents on Tuesday investigated a report of a suspicious letter at the building at 14th Street and Independence Avenue in southwest.
After two people brought several items they believed might be pipe bombs to a state police barracks in Harford County, Maryland officials are urging residents to call authorities instead of moving suspicious items they come across.
Early Saturday afternoon, an ambulance was called to the 2500-block of W. Cold Spring Lane. Police are not releasing much information except that a person was found dead with multiple burns on the body.
Baltimore County police say a mother and her 4-year-old child were found dead in their home on Loch Bend Drive in Towson.
A man carrying a backpack containing what authorities said were suspicious materials briefly fled police Friday before he was detained in the middle of the night near the Pentagon.
Authorities say the cause of a fire that destroyed a Capitol Heights, Md., home and injured three people appears to be suspicious.
More than three dozen suspicious but apparently harmless letters addressed to District of Columbia schools appear to have been mailed from the Dallas area and closely resemble letters under investigation by authorities there, the FBI said Friday.
Authorities say a suspicious package near Andrews Air Force Base was constructed to look like a bomb but appears to have been a hoax device.
Suspicious phone calls forced students out of class in Harford County Monday.