1 Person Rescued From Susquehanna River Near DarlingtonCrews are trying to help a person out of the Susquehanna River in Harford County.
Police Search For Harford County Woman Missing For More Than A MonthAuthorities in Harford County are hoping the public can help them find a woman who's been missing for more than a month.
Maryland Weather: Tornado Watch In EffectA tornado watch is in effect for parts of Maryland.
Maryland Weather: Flash Flood Watch In Effect FridayA flash flood watch will go into effect from noon today through late tonight.
Critical Missing 25-Year-Old In Harford CountyPolice are searching for 25-year-old Davon Dion Mayo. He was classified as a critical missing person.
Baby Opossums Rescued By Aberdeen Police Officer After Mama Opossum Struck By TrainAn Aberdeen police officer rescued baby opossums after their mother was struck and killed by a train.
Harford County Sheriff's Deputies Searching For Three Suspects In Two Separate Shoplifting Incidents 30 Minutes Apart At Home DepotThe Harford County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in identifying three suspects in two separate thefts at a Home Depot in Edgewood.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing In AberdeenA small aircraft made an emergency landing in a field in Aberdeen.
Pedestrian Killed On I-95 In Harford County After Leaving Disabled VehiclePolice are investigating a crash that killed a pedestrian on Wednesday night along I-95 South at MD 24.
Former Army Contractor Sentenced To Federal Prison For Bribery SchemeA former army contractor was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for bribery scheme involving contracts at Aberdeen Proving Grounds.
One Adult, Two Juveniles Charged For Setting Fires At C. Milton Wright High SchoolA Deputy State Fire Marshall charged two 17-year-old men and one adult with arson charges stemming from a fire that occurred on the campus of C. Milton Wright High School.
'This Case Is Completely Without Merit' Harford County Sheriff's Office Says Of Deputy Accused Of Racial ProfilingThe attorney for the Harford County Sheriff's Union said James did not clearly identify himself as a lawyer upon arrival at the courthouse, and was instead mistaken for his client who has an outstanding warrant for his arrest.