Brothers Sentenced In Upper Marlboro Home InvasionTwo brothers have been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison each for a home invasion and sexual assault in Upper Marlboro.
Brothers Sentenced In Document MillTwo brothers have been sentenced for selling nearly 10,000 fraudulent identification documents for which they were paid more than $1.6 million.
Suspect #2 In Marathon Bombings 'Last Person' Former Schoolmates, Teachers Would SuspectWe are learning more about the two brothers accused in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Brothers Retire Together From Aviation DivisionIt's been 22 years since brothers Jimmy and Bobby Harsh joined the Maryland State Police, both earning awards and recognitions along the way. They celebrated their retirements with a joint party at the Potomac Fish and Game Club on Nov. 17.
Sibling Rivalry Will Fuel Ravens D-Line Sunday Against PatriotsFor the second time this season, Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones Jr. will face off with his brother--Patriots rookie defensive end Chandler Jones.
Boy, 11, Dies After Accidental Shooting By 8-Year-Old Brother In Harford CountyA tragic story out of Harford County. The Pylesville community is in mourning after the death of an 11-year-old boy who was killed after he and his 8-year-old brother got their hands on a loaded gun.
John Harbaugh Tells His Favorite Story Of JimAs Jim and John Harbaugh get ready to face off against each other on Thanksgiving night in a battle between the 9-1 49ers and the 7-3 Ravens, the football nation has gotten a sneak peak into the childhood of both these NFL head coaches.
Dog Cruelty Case Goes to Trial A Second TimeTwin brothers are being retried for allegedly leaving a pit bull to die in the streets of Baltimore. It's a case being closely watched by animal abuse advocates around the world.
Brothers Sentenced For Md. Pharmacy HeistsTwo brothers are going to federal prison for conspiring to distribute oxycodone they got from string of drugstore robberies in western Maryland and Baltimore County in 2009.
Md. Man Found Incompetent In Brother's Ax SlayingA Cumberland man charged in the ax slaying of his brother is in the care of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene after he was judged incompetent to stand trial.