Single-game tickets for the Baltimore Ravens’ 2012 home games at M&T Bank Stadium will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Several thousand drivers are off the hook after the city admits a big speed camera mistake.
A woman who has claimed to have Maryland’s winning Mega Millions ticket now says she has misplaced it.
Rumors swirl around the person who holds the winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Baltimore County and worth $105 million after tax. The Southwest Baltimore woman at the center of those rumors spoke to WJZ.
Mega Millions mania comes over Maryland. People across the state are scrambling to buy tickets for the largest jackpot in lottery history.
Maryland has its first Powerball jackpot winner.
A service allowing drivers in the District of Columbia to determine how much they owe in late tickets is being extended.
The president will go back to school Friday, holding a town hall meeting at the University of Maryland. Thursday hundreds lined up in College Park for the chance to ask the president a question.
Arts groups in Washington are fighting a proposed 6 percent tax on tickets in Mayor Vincent Gray’s budget for 2012.
A minister gave a helping hand in a time of need. And in return, he gets a surprise: a big fat parking ticket.
The Ravens’ Ray Rice avoids a ticket and a Baltimore County police officer gets an autograph.