More Than 25% Of First-Class Mail Not Being Delivered On Time In Baltimore, Report FindsMore than one-quarter of all first-class mail in the Baltimore area is not being delivered on time, a report released this week by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs found.
Family: Duncan Lemp, Man Fatally Shot By Police, Wasn't ExtremistStrangers on the internet hailed Duncan Socrates Lemp as a martyr for their anti-government movement after a police officer shot and killed the 21-year-old man during a pre-dawn raid on his family's Maryland home.
As Average Rent Prices Fall In DC, Baltimore Seeing Rates Climb, Report FindsDespite dozens of the largest counties in the country seeing rent prices fall from one year ago, Baltimore rents are increasing at some of the highest rates, a new report found.
No Charges Filed Against Montgomery County Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Knife-Wielding ManThe Montgomery County police officer who fatally shot a knife-wielding man earlier this year will not be charged, officials announced Friday.
Trump Has 'Restful' First Night Back At White House, 'Continues To Do Extremely Well' With COVID-19 BattlePresident Donald Trump "continues to do extremely well" following his coronavirus diagnosis late last week, his doctor said in a memo Tuesday.
President Trump Gets Second Dose Of Remdesivir To Treat Coronavirus, Could Be Discharged From The Hospital As Soon As MondayPresident Donald Trump's hospitalization stretched into a third day on Sunday as he and his health team sought to clarify contradictory statements and confusion from the day before that raised questions about the seriousness of his fight with COVID-19.
Customs Officials Seize Nearly 8,400 Prohibited Bongs At Dulles AirportOfficials seized thousands of prohibited bongs from a cargo shipment at Washington Dulles International Airport on Wednesday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said.
Christopher Harrison Killed In Shooting Near University Of Maryland College Park, Police SayA 28-year-old man died following a shooting near the University of Maryland College Park campus Thursday evening, the Prince George's County Police Department said.
Prince George's County Police Cpl. Tristan Thigpen Indicted, Accused Of Sexual Abuse Of MinorA Prince George's Police Department corporal has been indicted on multiple charges, including sexual abuse of a minor, stemming from an incident earlier this year, officials said Tuesday.
Woman Missing From Olney Found Safe; Silver Alert CanceledA Silver Alert issued for a missing woman who was last seen in Montgomery County Friday afternoon has been canceled after she was found safe.
Silver Alert Issued For Gad Amir, Last Seen In RockvilleA Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 88-year-old man who was last seen in Rockville.
IKEA Plans To Donate More Than $2M, Amount Employees Got In Unemployment, To Md., DC NonprofitsIKEA plans to donate more than $2.1 million, the amount its employees got in state unemployment benefits during store closures and furloughs, to nonprofits in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas.
Zhiyang Yang Charged With Bribing Public Official To Get Permanent Resident CardA 60-year-old man in the U.S. illegally was indicted this week on federal charges for allegedly bribing an immigration official to get a permanent resident card that would show he has legal status to remain in the country, the justice department said.
Maryland To Get More Than $1.3M In Community Policing GrantsMaryland will get more than $1.3 million in grants for community policing efforts in the state from the Department of Justice, the agency said Thursday.
Prince George's County Officers Involved In Deadly Shooting Of Leonard Shand Won't Be ChargedThe Prince George's County police officers involved in a deadly shooting of an armed man in Hyattsville last September will not be indicted, the county's state's attorney's office said Thursday.