Back-to-back late-summer storms dumped an estimated 4 million tons of Susquehanna River sediment into the Chesapeake Bay, threatening grasses, oysters and other ecologically important species.
Maryland’s two U.S. senators say the state will receive $22 million in federal stimulus funding to begin work on replacing a rail bridge over the Susquehanna River.
Hundreds of people in Cecil County are cleaning up massive amounts of debris in the wake of devastating floods.
Near record flows on the Susquehanna River are bringing sewage, sediments and other pollution into the Chesapeake Bay. And that’s threatening bay grasses, oysters and other key species that help improve the bay’s water quality.
People are keeping a close eye as the water rises and falls with the tides. And the worst may be yet to come.
There’s startling new information in the Phylicia Barnes murder investigation. FBI agents pointed to a child pornography investigation as they tried to gain access to Phylicia’s Facebook and email accounts.
Maryland State Police have identified the body of a man found during a search in April for a North Carolina teenager, who was later found dead.
Relatives held a memorial in Baltimore for a North Carolina teen whose body was found in a Maryland river months after she went missing while visiting family.
Fighting the violence. A crowd shows up outside City Hall on Thursday night to call for an end to senseless murders in Baltimore, like the death of North Carolina honors student Phylicia Barnes.
Right now, police are working to catch a killer and solve one of the highest-profile cases in Maryland: the murder of Phylicia Barnes. The medical examiner has now ruled her death a homicide.
Funeral plans are set for a North Carolina teen whose body was found in a river months after she went missing in Baltimore.
Maryland’s attorney general says he plans to sue a gas-drilling company over a spill of thousands of gallons of hydraulic fracturing fluid into a Susquehanna River tributary in April.