'It's Just Heartbreaking': Ellicott City Pummeled By Devastating Flash Floods Yet AgainEllicott City saw historic flooding again Sunday afternoon, just two years after it was hit by devastating flooding in July 2016.
Maryland Police Investigate 'Confederate Lives Matter' PostsA group of teenagers threatened a transgender student on Snapchat.
Prince George's Co. Schools Investigated for Grade FixingHundreds of students received late-semester grade changes.
Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative: Find a Location Near YouThe event is geared towards getting drugs off the street and lowering the amount of pill abuse across the nation.
Maryland Office Park Shooting Suspect Caught in DelawareThe man shot multiple people in Maryland and Delaware over several hours.
3 Killed, 2 Wounded at Maryland Office Park ShootingThe business park is just south of the Interstate 95 interchange with Route 24.
Maryland AD Takes 6-Month SabbaticalThe Terps athletic director is taking a leave of absence.
University of Maryland Student Shot and Another Assaulted Near CampusOne student was shot and another assaulted a block away from the College Park campus on Saturday.
Metro to Extend Late-Night Service for Nationals-Cubs GameThe D.C. Metro system won't be staying open for Nats fans.
University of Maryland Gets $220M Gift for More Scholarships"It's truly transformational for the University of Maryland, and the whole idea of this investment is to build the future," Wallace Loh said.
Baltimore Representative Renews Fight for a Harriet Tubman $20 BillThe fight to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill is not dead.