Gov. Larry Hogan says he will add 100 state police officers to the force.
A Japanese shipping company executive is going to U.S. federal prison for conspiring to fix prices for ocean shipments of vehicles.
Maryland State Police are announcing a reward offer in the January shooting of a Goodwill store security guard in Frederick County.
The Maryland Senate has voted unanimously for the state’s $40 billion budget.
The condition of the American healthcare worker being treated for Ebola at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda has improved.
Metro has announced that the system’s first 7000-series train will enter passenger service April 14 on the Blue Line. It will depart from Franconia-Springfield shortly after 7 a.m.
A woman was found dead Thursday afternoon in a lake in Montgomery County, police say.
Officials say a Maryland college student won’t return to campus this semester after an email he sent filled with racist and sexist language was made public.
A teenage girl who was molested by a western Maryland teacher says in a federal lawsuit that school officials ignored complaints about him for more than a year.
The White House says President Barack Obama will host Pope Francis in Washington when he visits the United States this fall.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to a DUI charge Friday, three months after his arrest.
A Thursday night fundraiser at the Pop-Up Playzone in Silver Spring was the latest effort to help the family of Marie Gemmell and her two sons Cole, 3, and Devin, a six-week-old infant, who were killed in last week’s jet crash in Gaithersburg, Md.