A jury has determined that the man responsible for killing five people in the Capital Gazette newspaper offices in Annapolis is ‘criminally responsible’ for his actions.
Authorities have made an arrest in connection with the murder of Michelle Cummings, the mother of a Naval Midshipman candidate who was killed by a stray bullet while dropping off her son at the Academy in Annapolis, Md.
An additional reward has been offered to find the person responsible for the death of a Navy Midshipman's mother, Annapolis Police announced Friday.
The celebration of life services have been announced for Michelle Cummings, the mother of a Naval Midshipman candidate who was killed by a stray bullet while dropping off her son at the Academy in Annapolis, Md.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced on Thursday that the state is committing $10,000 to the investigation into the death of a U.S. Navy Midshipman candidate’s mother who was allegedly struck and killed by a stray bullet while on an Annapolis hotel patio this week.
Federal law enforcement agencies are joining the investigation in the death of a U.S. Navy Midshipman candidate’s mother who was allegedly struck and killed by a stray bullet while on an Annapolis hotel balcony this week.
Police in Annapolis are continuing to search for a murderer after a woman whose son was about to be inducted into the Naval Academy was shot and killed on a hotel patio.
Annapolis police are investigating after a woman was struck and killed by a stray bullet while on a hotel patio on West Street.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is honoring the victims of the Capital Gazette shooting by naming June 28 “Freedom of the Press Day” in their honor.
Jury selection is set to begin for the second part of the trial in the Capital Gazette newspaper shooting.
A homicide investigation is underway after a woman was found dead inside an Annapolis apartment and police say a 'person of interest' has been hospitalized after crashing her missing vehicle.
Four people were rescued from the water after a boat flipped over in the Chesapeake Bay Thursday evening.
A Maryland State Police trooper was uninjured after his vehicle was struck by a tractor-trailer in an early morning hit-and-run.
Hearts are heavy across D.C. and Maryland after a deadly crash that killed a longtime educator from D.C. and a well known musician from Annapolis.
More than 44 pounds of cocaine was discovered on a cargo ship in the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis Wednesday during an inspection.
The first-ever Annapolis Oyster Fest is now underway. It means you can find deals at 19 participating restaurants – and help a couple of different industries out along the way.
Nearly 100 Naval Academy midshipmen are recovering from COVID-19 at a hotel in downtown Annapolis after a surge in cases on campus.
Criminal charges have been brought against an Annapolis police officer who was reportedly closing cases assigned to him without conducting proper investigations and without requisite supervisor approval.
Governor Larry Hogan proposed legislation on Monday that would result in direct payments to Marylanders who earn a low to moderate income as part of its continued efforts to alleviate the economic crisis prompted by the novel coronavirus.
After two days of hearings on a dining ban in Anne Arundel County, restaurants can continue to serve people inside at 25 percent capacity.