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!
Two $1 million second-tier winning tickets from Thursday night’s Powerball drawing were sold in Maryland.
It’s a scramble for lottery tickets, as the Powerball jackpot reaches a record high. Six-hundred million dollars are up for grabs, and that number could get even higher before Saturday night’s drawing.
Saturday night’s Powerball Jackpot has swelled to $550 million.
Maryland lawmakers have strengthened distracted driving laws.
Two school zones have been chosen as the first active locations of speed cameras in Annapolis. The city anticipates implementing automated speed enforcement equipment by March 1
A Maryland gas station sells the winning Mega Millions lottery ticket! Excitement is swirling around the mystery winner.
A state lawmaker proposes punishing speed camera companies for the giving out of bogus tickets after reports of camera glitches at a handful of Baltimore City cameras. One of the questionable cameras is along Cold Spring Lane.
Maryland State Police say commercial truck drivers should plan in advance where they want to park when they need a break — and not park on the shoulder of Interstate 83.
Single-game tickets for the Baltimore Ravens’ 2012 home games at M&T Bank Stadium will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.