Missing 5-Year-Old, 13-Year-Old Sisters Returned Home SafelyTwo missing sisters in Baltimore have returned home safely Tuesday night, according to police.
Catherine Hoggle, Mom Charged With Murdering Her Two Children, To Undergo New Psych ExamA mother accused of murdering her two children has been ordered by a Montgomery County judge to undergo a new psychiatric evaluation.
14-Year-Old Missing Baltimore Girl Last Seen May 10She was last seen wearing a grey school shirt with a Reginald F. Lewis school logo, khaki pants and glasses with black trim.
Police Looking For Missing 14-Year-Old In Baltimore Co.Police in Baltimore County are looking for a missing 14-year-old girl.
Witness: Missing North Carolina Girl Was Chained To TreeA witness says that a 6-year-old girl who was found following an 18-hour search was chained to a tree when deputies located her.
Authorities Searching Again For Missing Hoggle ChildrenAuthorities will again be searching for two Maryland children who disappeared last September, but police say they don't have any new leads.
Relisha Rudd Remembered With Prayer ServiceIt's been a year since Relisha Rudd was last seen alive.
Md. Missing Girl Inspires Facebook To Share AMBER AlertsAmber alerts expand to Facebook! The social media giant announced it's putting a new feature on your feed that could save children's lives---and it's all prompted by a high-profile case right here in Maryland.
State Police To Send Cell Phone Amber AlertsMaryland State Police say Amber alerts are now being sent to all cell phones designed to receive wireless emergency alerts.
O'Malley Signs Environmental Bills, Phylicia's LawMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is scheduled to sign environmental bills from his own legislative package including measures to increase the state's so-called flush tax and limit where new residential septic systems can be installed.
Advocates Testify For 'Phylicia's Law'The family of murdered teenager Phylicia Barnes is working to ensure she didn't die in vain. They're pushing for a new Maryland law to improve searches.
Md. Bill Would Make Parents Report Missing Kids The Maryland General Assembly will consider a bill that would require parents or guardians to promptly notify police about dead or missing children.