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A Cumberland man was charged with motor vehicle theft and other violations after a brief pursuit Friday afternoon, Maryland State Police reported
A 26-year-old Frederick man faces a laundry list of traffic charges after leading police on a high-speed chase that sent a Maryland State Police trooper to the hospital.
A Maryland State Trooper traveling to work Monday morning resuscitated and possibly saved the life of a newborn baby girl, police say.
Francis Scott Key Mall was evacuated Friday evening after a security guard found a bomb threat scrawled on the wall of a men's restroom at about 7:50 p.m., said James Ridgely, a mall security officer.
A New Market man faces charges in Virginia of soliciting sex from a person he believed to be a minor in an online chat room, according to the Stafford County Sheriff's Office.
Driving on the Beltway can be dangerous, and an analysis of traffic data from the past ten years shows that deadly accidents happen most often along one particular stretch of the highway.
A man was killed, and another man is in serious condition after their car broke down on the beltway and was struck by another vehicle.
The measure, proposed by Frederick County Commissioners President Blaine Young and supported by Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins, would take that responsibility to issue "right-to-carry" permits from Maryland State Police.
Marvin Mandel revealed to WTOP Friday he faced a number of security concerns, including death threats, during his time in office during the 1970's. Members of the Maryland State Police suggested he carry a pistol as the threats increased.
Mailroom workers are back on the job today, a day after two packages opened in Maryland mailrooms produced fire and smoke. The packages were address to the governor and transportation secretary.
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