The winning ticket. A lucky person in Maryland is now $2 million richer.
A lucky Powerball player hits the jackpot in Talbot County.
Data from AAA Mid-Atlantic show red light cameras are raising big money for local governments.
Marylanders are getting nailed for distracted driving at an alarming rate. Across the state, police are catching more drivers on the phone behind the wheel.
Someone in Baltimore is walking around with a Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million, but two weeks after it was purchased no one knows who it is.
You may know someone who’s suddenly become a millionaire, and it’s the talk of the town in Essex.
Baltimore City’s red light and speed cameras remain shuttered as debate continues over a controversial audit. Now a city councilman is asking for subpoena power.
One lucky Marylander starts the new year $1 million richer.
Two winning ticket holders on opposite sides of the country will split a whopping $648 million jackpot, the second largest in lottery history.
Now might be a good time to buy your Mega Millions ticket.
The nation is watching and waiting for a winner in the fourth largest lottery in U.S. history. Powerball numbers have been drawn, and the jackpot prize has jumped to $448 million.
If you bought a Powerball ticket at a Westminster High’s location, you could be a millionaire!