Maryland Weather: Snow Totals Across MarylandSome areas of Maryland has already seen a significant amount of snow.
'Fast & Furious' Snow | State Officials Asks Motorists To Stay Off The RoadsState officials are asking that motorists stay off Maryland roadways while crews try to clear the snow from roads.
Woman Battling Life Threatening Injuries After Car Crash in EdgewaterA woman is in critical condition following a serious car crash in Anne Arundel County.
2nd County To End Practice Prompting Victims To Waive RightsAnne Arundel County will stop having law enforcement officers ask sexual assault victims to waive their rights to an investigation.
High Court Denies Maryland Appeal Of Drug Price-Gouging LawThe high court on Tuesday denied Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh's appeal without comment, letting a lower court ruling against the law stand.
Md. General Assembly Re-Elects Nancy Kopp As Treasurer For Fifth TermThe treasurer serves as one of three members of the Board of Public Works, a panel that approves state contracts.
Alleged Arundel Mills Mall Shooter Turns Himself InThe teen who allegedly opened fire at the Arundel Mills Mall is now in custody, police say.
Goucher Poll Shows How Marylanders Feel About Governor Larry HoganGovernor Larry Hogan remains widely popular despite being a republican in a overwhelmingly democratic state.
Growing Number Of Black Women Leaving Churches For WitchcraftA growing number of black women in Maryland are leaving traditional churches for witchcraft. It's a trend that's more than spells and rituals.
Police Looking For Teen Suspect In Arundel Mills Mall Shooting"You just saw a bunch of people running, they were scared," Angela Kelly, a visitor at the mall, said. "They had tried to scurry away, so you knew something had really happened."
Students Fight To Bring Clean Energy To MarylandStudents from all over Maryland hit Annapolis by storm Monday to fight for laws to protect the environment.
Donor Honors Newspaper Shooting Victims With ScholarshipAn anonymous donor has given $5,000 for college scholarships from the Annapolis Police Department in honor of the five people killed at the Capital Gazette last year.