SOTU: Trump Recognized Maryland Man Whose Son Died In 2000 Terrorist AttackAmong the hundreds of people present in the gallery for Tuesday night’s State of the Union address was a man from Williamsport, Maryland.
Hagerstown Woman To Attend State Of The Union As Senator Van Hollen's GuestFederal contractor Lila Johnson took the day off to come to the State of the Union as the guest of Sen, Chris Van Hollen.
Overnight Frozen Roads A Cause For Concern After Friday SnowfallThe first day of February and Baltimore was greeted with another snow day which has brought everything but leisure as the city adjusts to school closings, early dismissals, and wet roads.
'Black Panther' Returns To Theaters For Black History MonthSAG award-winning and Oscar-nominated film Black Panther is coming back to theaters to celebrate Black History Month.
RX Protein Bars Recalled For Potential Peanut ContaminationA wide variety of all-natural ingredient RX protein bars are being recalled due to a peanut contamination.
Car Goes Off 495 Ramp, Into Retention Pond In PGCO Firefighters from the Prince George's Fire Department along with assistance from the Howard County Fire Department responded to a report of a car in a pond near the inner loop of I-95/495 at Landover Road Saturday.
More Than 7,000 People Are 'Declared Dead' By Mistake Every Year: One Woman's StoryImagine waking up one day to find your bank account empty. You know it's wrong, but when you try to fix it, the bank says "you're dead,".
Baltimore Protesters Call For Protection Of Mueller Probe In Response To Sessions' ResignationAcross the country and in Maryland, rallies calling for the protection of Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling draws massive crowds.
Man Shot In East Baltimore Thursday NightThe victim was taken to an area hospital where his condition is unknown.
Officer Accused Of Tampering With Evidence Began Trial Thursday A Baltimore police officer took the stand Thursday to defend himself against charges that he fabricated evidence.
6 Things To Do If You're 'Declared Dead'When someone in the U.S. is declared dead, government agencies work quickly. But, if this "declared death" happens to be a mistake, what do you do?