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.
The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis has announced that a Black female midshipman will be the brigade commander for the first time.
Stunt driver and Annapolis native Travis Pastrana jumped Ego Alley in a specially designed rally car Thursday.
Right now, big crowds may not be gathering at high school football games in Maryland, but this weekend, hundreds of players, coaches, and parents will converge on Annapolis. It’s for what’s being called the "Let Them Play Rally," and organizers said their goal is to fight for high school football in the fall.
A deputy director in Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration who drew criticism of his social media posts about fatal shootings during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, says he should not have been fired for giving his opinion online.
Police are investigating a report that a group of assailants emerged from the woods in Maryland’s capital city and attacked a man with shovels and a garden rake.
Authorities say 34-year-old Joseph Kitchen, president of the Young Democrats of Maryland who was last seen a little over a week ago, has been found dead.
A municipal government in China has donated 40,000 medical grade face masks to Maryland’s capital city amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland officials are investigating what Governor Larry Hogan described as a massive unemployment insurance fraud scheme.
A 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor has been put in a Maryland park.
Authorities are investigating the shooting death of a teen over the weekend in Annapolis.
Macy's is laying off more than 200 of its employees in two Maryland malls.
The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis withdrew the appointment of an incoming member of the Class of 2024 after an investigation into racist and inappropriate remarks, an academy official said Monday.
A popular local beach in Maryland proved to be a popular Memorial Day destination once again, but despite the large numbers, those in attendance appeared to be largely respecting social distancing guidelines.