Maj. Gen. Janeen Birckhead of Maryland only became a soldier to help pay for college. Three decades later, she's risen to the top military position in Maryland, leading a force of 4,600 soldiers.
A disturbance is likely to strengthen into a tropical storm when it's expected to hit North Carolina late Friday, forecasters said, posing flooding and other threats as far north as New Jersey.
Demetrius Smith will be compensated by the state of Maryland after spending years behind bars, including over a year after he had been proven innocent. He was released from prison in 2013.
Surveillance video showed the Maryland arsonist gushing gasoline on homes before lighting fires that were sometimes explosive. One entry on his "target list" read simply, "White Privilege."
Annapolis Police Chief Edward Jackson said at a media briefing that the shooting stemmed from what he described as an "interpersonal dispute" and that there was no further threat to the public.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's virtual appearance at the commencement ceremony was a surprise for those in attendance. He was also awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.
Michael Stevens II, 38, was released from jail Friday and is now accused of stealing and driving a military vehicle through Maryland before being arrested in Maryland.
A former Maryland political aide wanted on corruption charges died Monday after he was wounded while being confronted by law enforcement agents, his lawyer said, following a manhunt.
Police were tipped off about a social media account posting child pornography in the county that was tracked back to Wojahn, who has been mayor of the city since 2015.
Maryland is banning the use of TikTok and certain China and Russia-based platforms in its executive branch. It's the latest state to address cybersecurity risks presented by the platforms.
The crash left parts of Montgomery County without power on Sunday evening. For hours, the passengers remained stuck 100 feet in the air as officials prepared to rescue them.
The 40-page class-action lawsuit alleges the state's law enforcement agency has a history of engaging in systemic discrimination against its officers of color.
The review follows an audit of police-involved deaths under the tenure of former Chief Medical Officer David Fowler, who testified that George Floyd's death was caused by heart disease and drug use.
The Emmett Till Alerts will be sent to Black elected officials across Maryland — along with national civil rights organizations, clergy members and other leaders.
State officials are calling on residents to get involved and kill these bugs at all costs. The spotted lanternfly isn't dangerous to humans or pets but could cost the country's agricultural industry.