A judge has scheduled a March trial to determine whether a man who has pleaded guilty to killing five employees at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis is not criminally responsible because of mental illness.
Police in Annapolis are seeking the public's help in locating a missing 12-year-old girl.
A Maryland man pleaded guilty Monday in the slayings of five staffers at an Annapolis newspaper, and a jury is expected to hear testimony within weeks about whether he was not responsible by reason of insanity.
A Maryland judge says a forensic psychiatrist for the state health department believes the man accused of killing five staffers at the Capital Gazette is legally sane.
Police in Anne Arundel County are looking for a suspect after a 30-year-old woman was shot to death late Wednesday evening.
Getting to Ocean City or anywhere else in the Eastern Shore is proving to be a bigger challenge than usual thanks to the new lane closure on the westbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
A pool of 300 potential jurors will be in an Annapolis court to answer questions about the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper that killed five people last year.
Midway through the second quarter Thursday night, everything was going Navy's way.
The U.S. Naval Academy is investigating a report that a noose was hung on academy property on the 56th anniversary of the March on Washington.
A ban on plastic foam containers aimed at businesses that sell food has taken effect in Maryland's capital city.
Maryland drivers could soon see some relief at the Bay Bridge.
A driver and a pedestrian are in critical condition after an incident in Annapolis shortly before 5 p.m.
A tractor-trailer overturned on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Wednesday evening, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
The Maryland Transportation Authority says motorists can expect major delays on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge thanks to a $27 million deck rehabilitation project on the westbound span.
Founded in 1959, Annapolis Sailing School was the first sailing school for adults in the nation.
Across the country, people gathered for the National Day of Empathy on Thursday.
Lawmakers, civil rights leaders and voters are renewing calls for a Maryland lawmaker to resign, a day after she was censured for making a racial slur.
Dozens of people braved the rain and chilly temperatures -- and stripped down -- for a good cause ahead of the holidays in Annapolis as part of the Santa Speedo Run and Toy Drive
Police say they are investigating the death of a real estate company employee, whose body was found inside a model home in Anne Arundel County, as a homicide.
FOX 5's Jaclyn Kelley reports.