1 Dead, 1 Injured In Washington County Kitchen Fire Inside Mobile HomeNearly 60 firefighters on the scene were able to stop the flames after 45 minutes.
Crash Sends SUV Into Parking Lot; Construction Worker KilledA construction worker hit by a SUV that had been involved in a crash in Maryland has died.
Ready-To-Eat Chicken Products Recalled In Maryland, Nationwide Due To Possible Listeria ContaminationThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a still-expanding recall of chicken products feared to be contaminated with listeria.
4 Pets Killed After House Fire In HagerstownInvestigators are working to determine what caused a house fire in Hagerstown late Monday night.
Have A Black Walnut Tree? DNR Could Use Your Extra WalnutsIf you have a black walnut tree, Maryland's Department of Natural Resources wants you to donate your extra walnuts.
Charges Dropped Against Md. Man Who Put Leash On Ailing WifeAuthorities have dropped a simple assault charge against a Maryland man who used a dog leash to lead his wife around a Pennsylvania fair because she has late-stage dementia.
October Marks The Start Of Fall Trout StockingThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources will stock trout in various bodies of water in early October.
Hagerstown Man Arrested For Threat Of ArsonA Washington County man was arrested Wednesday for an alleged threat of arson.
Maryland Drivers Urged To Use Caution As The New School Year StartsHere are some tips from local officials on how to keep everyone safe on the first day of school.
Inmate Indicted In Fellow Inmate's Murder At Maryland Correctional Training CenterA 39-year-old inmate at the Maryland Correctional Training Facility in Hagerstown has been indicted in the murder of a fellow inmate in May, state police said Tuesday.
Hagerstown Woman Arrested In Motel 6 ArsonA 66-year-old Hagerstown woman was arrested Friday in connection with an arson at a Motel 6.
2 Maryland Students Will Be Given $5,000 For Shopping During Tax-Free WeekHow does free money sound? For two lucky students, that will become a reality this tax-free week.
5 People Charged With Illegally Harvesting Freshwater Clams From Potomac RiverFive people were charged for illegally harvesting freshwater clams from the Potomac River this summer.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warnings, Watches CanceledSevere weather is possible Monday afternoon and evening, following an intense week of heat in Maryland.
Fire Causes $10K In Damage To Museum In Washington CountyA faulty light fixture is blamed for a fire at a museum in Washington County.