Police Investigating After Body Found Inside Tarp At Bethesda Bus StopA reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of a suspect after a body was found covered by a tarp near a bus stop in Montgomery County.
Largo Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Four Armed RobberiesA district judge sentenced a man to 10 years in prison Thursday for his part in committing a series of armed robberies.
Protocols Being Updated Following Walter Reed LockdownOfficials say an employee accidentally sent an alert for an active shooter drill to 4,000 people at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center instead of sending it to a smaller group, triggering a false report of an active shooter on campus last month.
George H.W. Bush's Service Dog Sully Has A New AssignmentSince former President George H.W. Bush's passing Friday, his service dog Sully has captured the hearts of Americans who saw the viral photo of the dog lying near Bush's casket.
Mark DeRosa relives his nightmarish commute to Nationals ParkMark DeRosa only played one season for the Nationals, which was just long enough to choose the wrong place to live.
Officers at 3 Montgomery Co. Schools Equipped With Body CamerasMany police departments throughout D.C. and Baltimore are either using body cameras or considering doing so, and now school resource officers in Montgomery County are wearing the devices.
Water Main Break Fixed in BethesdaOfficials say a water main break at a busy intersection in Bethesda has been repaired.
Pesky Owl at Maryland Park Doesn't Give a Hoot About RunnersPark officials are warning of an aggressive owl that is believed to have attacked runners on a popular trail in Bethesda.
Water Main Break Causes Rush Hour Mess in BethesdaA water main break created a mess for commuters in Bethesda during the afternoon rush.
Car Hits Gas Meter in Bethesda, Forces Apartment EvacuationMontgomery County fire officials say a car struck a gas meter in Bethesda, Maryland, forcing residents of an apartment complex to evacuate the building.
Group Rappels 15 Stories in Bethesda to Bring Awareness to Drug AddictionWith his neck craned toward the grey, rainy sky, Gary Mendell explains why there are people repelling 15 stories down the side of the Bethesda Metro Center on a Tuesday afternoon.