Police Search For Vehicle Related To 2017 HomicideMaryland State Police are searching for a vehicle they say was seen fleeing the scene of a Wicomico County homicide in the summer of 2017.
Courts Docs: Md. Women Beat Kids Until They Bled, Locked In ClosetAn Eastern Shore mother is locked up after authorities say she and her girlfriend tased, starved beat her kids.
2 Women Arrested On Child Abuse Charges; Accused Of Making Kids Eat Dog FecesTwo women are now behind bars after police say they physically beat three children in their care, and forced them to eat dog feces.
Separate Car Wrecks Claim Lives Of Father And Son Within WeeksA father and son have died within weeks of each other in car accidents along the same stretch of road in Maryland.
Police: Large Importer Of Fentanyl ArrestedMaryland State Police say they've arrested a man who regularly imported and sold a deadly opioid.
Deputy Uses Taser On Student Fleeing Campus In Drug ArrestA deputy on Maryland's Eastern Shore used a Taser on a high school student fleeing the campus during a drug investigation.
Police Release Photos Of Man Who Robbed Store At KnifepointAuthorities have released surveillance photos of a man who robbed a store at knifepoint over the weekend.
Judge Rejects Group's Challenge To Maryland Poultry FarmA judge has blocked an environmental group's challenge to a large-scale poultry farm on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Calls For Confederate Marker To Be Removed From Md. CourthouseA petition is circulating to remove a marker commemorating a Confederate general from the lawn of a courthouse in Maryland.
Suspect Arrested In Early Morning Fatal StabbingPolice have arrested a suspect in connection with a fatal stabbing early Sunday morning in Wicomico County.
Md. State Police Arrest Suspect in Somerset County HomicideThe Maryland State Police have arrested a man connected to the murder of a 22-year-old man who was found dead in the backyard of a Somerset County home.
District Settles with Feds After Discrimination ComplaintsThe Wicomico County school district has reached a settlement agreement with the federal government following a two-year investigation into accusations that school officials district discriminated against minority students when imposing suspension and other disciplinary measures.