Hundreds Rally In Favor Of Kirwan Education LegislationHundreds of students, teachers and education advocates rallied Monday in support of a bill that would increase state spending on education by billions of dollars annually.
Nearly 80K Deer Harvested By Maryland Hunters During 2019-2020 SeasonHunters harvested nearly 80,000 deer in Maryland between September 6 and January 31, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources said Thursday.
Cleanup Continues After 'Unprecedented' February Tornado Outbreak Hits MarylandA day after a rare February tornado outbreak tore through parts of Maryland, residents continue to clean up the damage left behind.
Darryl Varnum Pleads Guilty To Threatening To Kill Member Of CongressA 43-year-old Westminster man pleaded guilty Friday to threatening to kill a member of Congress last year with whom he had a political disagreement.
Surveying The Damage: Five Tornadoes, Thunderstorms Topple Trees, Knock Out Power In Parts Of MarylandA line of severe weather moved through the area Friday morning, bringing damaging hail and winds and at least four confirmed tornadoes.
Possible Tornadoes Being Investigated In Maryland, VirginiaThe National Weather Service says it's investigating the possibility that tornadoes touched down in areas of Virginia and Maryland outside of the nation's capital.
Sheriff's Office Investigating Death Of Carroll County InmateA 37-year-old Delaware man died at the Carroll County Detention Center Wednesday night.
Greater Push Made For Body Worn Cameras Across Some Maryland Police DepartmentsAfter the death of a handcuffed man in police custody in Prince George’s County last week, there is a push to expand the use of body-worn cameras.
2 Women Dead After Car Collides With Tractor-Trailer Truck On Rt. 31 In Carroll CountyTwo women are dead after their car collided with a tractor-trailer truck in Carroll County later Tuesday evening.
12 Maryland Nonprofits Awarded Nearly $1M In Grants For Historical Site RestorationThe Hogan administration announced Tuesday that 12 Maryland nonprofits were awarded nearly $1 million in funds to improve and preserve sites of African American heritage.
Suspicious Package Found At Carroll County Government Offices Deemed Non-Harmful, Authorities SayThe Carroll County Fire Department was on the scene of a hazmat situation in Westminster involving a suspicious package, which was later deemed non-harmful.
Maryland State Police Reminds Drivers Not To Drive Impaired On Super Bowl SundayMaryland State Police are reminding drivers to enjoy the Super Bowl game, but don't drive impaired when going to or leaving your destination.
Md. State Senators Reintroduce Bill Requiring Local Officials To Honor ICE DetainersA group of Maryland senators has re-introduced legislation that would require local officials to honor federal immigration detainers and provide at least three days' notice before a person is released from a local correctional facility.
Former Taneytown Police Chief Sentenced To Federal Prison For Illegal Transfer, Possession Of Machine GunThe former police chief will spend a year and a day in federal prison.
80-Year-Old Woman Hit By Vehicle In Carroll CountyAn 80-year-old woman suffered life-threatening injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Carroll County Sunday night, officials said.